I knew I liked the music. I knew the songwriting was great. I had heard he was a great performer. But the live experience was beyond my expectations. To see him mesmerize a crowd of ~40,000, ALONE, mastering the loops, engaging the audience, killing the instrumentation and vocals...it’s a sight to behold. Call me impressed. Well done, sir, well well done.
He was so friendly! Almost after every song he said "thank you" and he's so sweet. He interacted with the crowd and put his heart into each song and everyone was just with it. It's very life changing, I can't wait for him to come back.
Would totally recomend going to one of his concerts! His songs are super good listening to them from the album, but when you hear them live you'll never wanna leave! One of the beat concerts ive been to and ive been to A LOT.
Ed was superb, on stage with just his guitars, his voice and immense talent. He did seem to whip through his set. We expected 2 hours and he did a little over 90 minutes. He packed it full of his divide album, it would extra special if he'd peppered in few more songs from his other albums.All in all a real treat to see him live
Even though I had a seat in the b section and was pretty high up it was amazing. His talent really showed through and he was great in all the ways. I'm still in a kind of shock. Can't really express how amazing it was how amazing HE was.
I loved Ed's concert. Yet, i found it was not natural. Like if there was a lot of pressure on his shoulders so he couldn't be himself that much. I think that it may have been a pressure coming from the people managing AccorHotels arena. Yet Ed himself was amazing. But I really found out that the concert went by really fast like he would start a song after the other almost without breathing . It was a bit stressful. But Ed is AMAZING and I loved to see him in a concert!