Ed Sheeran Mesmerizes 80,000 Fans at Bukit Jalil National Stadium

In a spectacular showcase of talent and artistry, British pop sensation Ed Sheeran captivated a crowd of over 80,000 enthusiastic fans at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium on February 24th. This marked his third concert in Malaysia as part of his +-=÷× (Mathematics) Tour’s Asian leg.

The sold-out event boasted a remarkable 360-degree stage setup adorned with an array of screens, all without any playback, reaffirming Sheeran’s unparalleled raw talent.
The evening commenced with an electrifying opening act by fellow Brit Calum Scott, who serenaded the audience with soulful renditions of hits like “Dancing On My Own” and “You Are The Reason,” eliciting cheers and admiration from the crowd.

Although rain had threatened earlier in the day, by the time the concert commenced, the skies had cleared, setting the stage for an unforgettable night.
Sheeran took the stage promptly at 7:50 pm, greeted by a euphoric countdown from the audience reminiscent of a New Year’s Eve celebration. As he launched into his performance, commencing with the opening riffs of “Tides,” the crowd erupted in sheer excitement.

Renowned for his minimalist approach to performances, Sheeran astounded with just an acoustic guitar and loop pedal, crafting intricate soundscapes and seamlessly layering melodies to perfection.
Hits such as “Shape of You” and “Afterglow” left an indelible mark on the evening, showcasing Sheeran’s mastery of the loop pedal and his ability to captivate audiences with his musical prowess.
The concert was a resounding success, leaving fans in awe of Sheeran’s talent and eagerly anticipating his next performance.