@teddysphotos at @wembleystadium Day 4.
Despite losing his voice earlier in the day after three huge nights at Wembley Stadium, Ed Sheeran still brought with him the same level of energy, passion and vocal iridescence for his fourth performance here in London as part of his Divide World Tour this year.
And he turned an average Sunday night…
Into something quite phenomenal.
As a sea of fans of all ages danced on the standing pitch below, some fantastic manic dancing-looking ones between one of the lighting structures to the merchandise booth, I looked upon this humble and talented artist who has played at venues from Scala King’s Cross to Shepherd’s Bush, Brixton, Hammersmith, O2 and now twice at Wembley with much pride and admiration.
And these inspirational lyrics come to mind…
“Our conversations with my father on the A14. Age twelve telling me I’ve gotta chase those dreams. Now I’m playing for the people, dad, and they know me. With my beat and small guitar wearing the same old jeans. Wembley Stadium crowd’s two-hundred-and-forty-thou. I may have grown up but I hope that Damien’s proud. And to the next generation, inspiration’s allowed. The world may be filled with hate but keep erasing it now. Somehow.”
Eight shows across three continents, I have indeed enjoyed every moment of Ed Sheeran’s Divide World Tour.
His shows have been fantastic. His crew even more so.
Thank you for everything!
Until the next tour or gig…”
Full review on my site or Facebook page.
Review (Day 4): https://vanessamostafa.com/post/175006586873
Other reviews/write-ups of his Divide World Tour across three continents at:
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