Ticket sales for Ed Sheeran's India gig to start in July

Ruben Ruiz
June 8, 2017

Ed will be touring India as part of the Asia Tour of his latest album, ' ÷ ' (to be read as Divide), which featured the popular (and super-viral) song Shape of You.

The Indian chapter will be held on Sunday, 19 November at the JioGarden in BKC. The concert, which was earlier announced to be held in November 2017, is already getting fans into a state of frenzy and apparently, the details regarding concert tickets are already out.

It's official! Ed Sheeran is coming to Mumbai, confirmed his managing team, AEG Presenters and PR Worldwide, and BookMyShow.

Expected to be one of the biggest concerts of 2017, Ed Sheeran's Mumbai concert is a part of the Asian lap of his world tour to endorse his third studio album ÷ (divide) which was released on 3 March through Asylum/Atlantic Records. Ed Sheeran last performed in India in 2015. The Global music sensation will mesmerize with his voice in Mumbai, later this year.

Ticket sales for Ed Sheeran's India gig to start in July

Registration for concert tickets will commence from July 4, and tickets will go on sale to registered customers from July 12.

Registrations for tickets of "Ed Sheeran Live in Mumbai" will start on July 4, but the tickets will go on sale only on July 12. Now, IANS reports that BookMyShow has partnered with the concert organisers for exclusive tickets sales on the site from July.

Ed Sheeran's single "Thinking Out Loud", earned him two Grammy Awards in 2016. Sheeran is now receiving rave reviews for his new single "Shape of you".

Apple Downplays Echo Rivalry with its Audio-Focused HomePod Speakers
Where Apple may have the advantage is if it can, in fact, provide superior sound quality, given its stated focus on music. The Apple HomePod is built for powerful sound, so should comfortably beat the Echo and Home - in theory, at least.

Apple announces HomePod speaker
Google , meanwhile, previewed new speaker features such as hands-free phone calling during its software conference last month. It's part of Apple's effort to entice professionals with tablets that can handle many tasks previously reserved for laptops.

IPhone's Siri likely to expand as part of boost to iOS
The company also launched a new configuration of the 13-inch MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar that starts at a cheaper $1,299. The Echo, released in 2015, and Google Home, released previous year , have helped plant the seeds for a promising market.

Other reports by GizPress

Discuss This Article