Sheer bedlam: Ed tipped to break Wembley gig record

James Hanley

One-man band set to trail only Take That after four-night return

Ed Sheeran has been backed to eventually become the new Wembley Stadium’s most prolific music performer since its 2007 opening.

Having headlined three 80,000-capacity nights in 2015, the singer returns to the venue later this month for four sold-out gigs, co-promoted by Kilimanjaro Live and DHP Family.

The upcoming dates will bring his total number of Wembley shows to seven – five behind current record holders Take That – ...


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