Ed Sheeran broke an impressive record last week when he played the biggest US shows of his career…and they made A LOT of money!
The 32-year-old singer performed two shows at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey and broke the venue’s attendance record.
Ed played at the stadium on 10 and 11 June and performed to 89,106 people at one of the shows, breaking the record for most people at the stadium for one concert.
“I played my biggest show in the US today and broke the ticket record at MetLife. I really don’t take that for granted, my dad told me if you can do it at New York, you can do it anywhere, and today I really remembered my first concert at the Mercury Lounge in 2012 in front of 130 people. It feels like a dream today. I love you all,” Ed wrote on Instagram.
MetLife Stadium has now revealed the total attendance numbers for both shows and also revealed how much money the shows made.
Keep reading to find out more…
People reports that 173,390 fans were at the two shows and they grossed $18 million combined!
The previous attendance record was held by U2which gathered 88,941 fans in the stadium in 2011.
Check out the tour setlist!
Post source: Justjared
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