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Ed Sheeran makes Etihad history

28 Mar 2018

By Emma Doherty

British singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran has taken Melbourne by storm and made history, drawing in a crowd of 257,751 over four nights at Etihad Stadium.

This is the largest total crowd number for a series of concerts at Etihad.

Previous record was held by Australian rock legends, AC/DC who drew in a crowd of 181,495 during their three night Black Ice tour in 2010.

Australian singer-songwriter, Missy Higgins and hip hop trio, Bliss N Eso supported Sheeran during the Melbourne leg of his ÷ World Tour.

Despite crowd complaints of extreme weather conditions, fans were still in awe of his performance with many online attendees hailing him “one of the greats” and “a modern-day poet”.

Sheeran performed at Etihad Stadium from March 9 to March 12, and is set to finish his Australian/New Zealand tour in April.

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