We Really Hope Ed Sheeran Recovers In Time For His KL Concert!
He's scheduled to play a show in Malaysia next month.
Yay, Ed Sheeran's concert in Malaysia will go on as scheduled!
Organiser of Ed Sheeran’s concert in Malaysia, PR Worldwide has confirmed on Facebook that the singer will be fit to start his Asia tour on 11 November in Singapore. The tour dates in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Mumbai, and Dubai will go ahead as scheduled.
Ed Sheeran will make his long-awaited return to Malaysia on 14 November at the Axiata Arena.
However, concerts in Osaka, Tokyo, and Manila will be rescheduled to April 2018. Tickets to the original shows will remain valid for the new dates.
Bad news for fans in Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Jakarta as Sheeran has been forced to cancel his tour dates in those cities due to limited venue availability.
17 October: Yikes, we have some bad news for you Ed Sheeran fans.
The Grammy-award winning singer took to Instagram recently to announce that he's on the injured list!
The 'Shape Of You' crooner said Monday that he's had "a bit of a bicycle accident" and is "currently waiting on medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows."
The picture shows his arm in a cast. As a guitarist, the injury may make performing really difficult for him.
Yes, guys. There's a possibility that his upcoming gig in Malaysia might be rescheduled or cancelled!
However, nothing has been confirmed by Ed Sheeran's camp and the concert organiser. Stay tuned for updates!
The singer-songwriter is set to stage his long-awaited return to Malaysia on 14 November 2017 at Axiata Arena (formerly known as Putra Indoor Stadium), Bukit Jalil.
He has a further 14 dates scheduled this year, including concerts in Japan, South Korea and Thailand, before kicking off the Australian leg of his tour in March 2018
The tour is in support of his multi million-selling third album 'Divide', which was released earlier this year.
Get well soon, Ed!
Speaking of which, scalpers were selling the tickets to Ed Sheeran's KL concert for as much as RM8,000! Ugh...
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