British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran began writing songs and playing guitar at a young age. As a teenager, he began recording his own songs and working towards a career where people would buy tickets to see him sing. In 2010, at the age of 19, Sheeran went to Los Angeles in hopes of getting a big break. He played open mic nights throughout the city, which led to him meeting Jamie Foxx, who gave Sheeran use of his home studio while he was in LA. Foxx likely suspected that one day soon he would be seeing Ed Sheeran tickets for sale around Los Angeles. He wasn't wrong.
By age 20, Sheeran was firmly on that path as he gained mainstream attention from the release of his 11th EP, No. 5 Collaborations Project. Within three months, Sheeran had signed a deal with a major record label, bringing him one step closer to creating a demand for Ed Sheeran concert tickets. His first major label release was the album titled simply "+," which was released in the United Kingdom a year before its released in the United States.
Later that year, in June of 2011, Sheeran's career exploded with his debut single, "The A Team," going up the UK singles chart to number three. If you have tickets for Ed Sheeran shows, then this is a song you can expect to hear. He saw similar success with the other singles released from the album. Such singles include "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" and "Lego House." Fans who have tickets for Ed Sheeran shows can expect to hear these songs from "+" as well as other tracks written by Sheeran.
Following his 2012 BRIT Awards wins for Best British Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough of the Year, Sheeran embarked on his first tour in the U.S. as opening act for Snow Patrol. Before this, he was touring in the U.K. where it is difficult to find Ed Sheeran tickets for sale since the shows all sell out quickly. In the summer of 2012, Sheeran announced his first headlining tour of the U.S., following the release of "+" in the U.S. Much like in the U.K., it is difficult to get tickets for Ed Sheeran shows due to high demand. In fact, Ed Sheeran concert tickets sold out almost immediately for each of the U.S. headlining tour dates this year.
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