Ed Sheeran Multiply Tour Review

Hi lovelies! When I bought the tickets to the Ed Sheeran Multiply Tour - without even listening to the album - I expected a calm and relaxing acoustic show but boy was I wrong.

"My job for the next two hours is to entertain you and your job is to be entertained." he said walking out on stage and let me tell you entertain he did!

Seriously this show was like nothing I've ever seen before. Equipped with only a guitar and a loop pedal Ed Sheeran played all of his best songs, including the ones from his debut album + and managed to entertain 15.000 people all by himself. 

He opened up with 'I'm A Mess' - one of my faves - followed by a short welcome speech saying how honoured he felt to be able to play in front of such a big crowed (initially the show was supposed to be at a venue which holds about 3.000 people and got upgraded after the release and huge success of his second album) and how much he respected the German music market. When it came to Ed playing his hit 'Don't' he added two hip hop classics 'Loyal' by Chris Brown and 'No Diggity' by Blackstreet which made everyone get up, dance like crazy and sing along - I know I was up shouting 'these girls ain't loyal'. 

Next on his set list were a few songs from is debut album + including 'Drunk' his hit 'Lego House' which were well received by the crowed. Throughout the whole show you could hear the odd random scream here and there - not denying that one or two may have been form me and my best friend.

Half way through the set Ed decided to take the time to have a little chat with the crowed and introducing his next song 'I See Fire' by saying that it would actually be his favourite song to play in Germany because of the success it had when it was released in November 2013. I'm not gonna lie 'I See Fire' is one my favourite songs and his performance blew me away. Only very few people were watching the performance through their smart phones which is quite rare these days but shows just how good he is. He made the whole room feel alive by asking everyone to turn on their lights which created a beautiful scenery. 

Ed also had a camera pointed at the loop pedal to show everyone his rare talent. For me as a music lover and someone who wants to work in the business, watching him basically create the music on the spot was quite incredible to witness. I am blown away by his talent and beyond happy that there are still true musicians out there who don't build up a fan base by sampling track after track (not meaning to offend anyone). 

He ended the set with an impressing performance of 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' and his #1 hit 'SING' making everyone jump up and down. 

All in all Ed did a great job at making everyone feel like they are a part of the show by requesting the crowed to dance, have a great time and sing along - making it hard to speak properly the next day. If he comes back for more shows I will definitely come along and make sure to bring all my friends. I tried to film a few snippets and created a short playlist to give you an idea of the show and the vibe, so make sure you click play!

If you have tickets for a show but haven't seen him yet then prepare yourselves because you are in for a treat! And if you didn't get the chance to see him on the 'Multiply' tour don't worry there is always a next time (I'm sure his next album will be just as amazing as this one)!

Have you seen him live before? What did you think? Let me know in the comments. xo, Marie 


  1. Ah I am so jealous it sounds amazing!! I love Ed Sheeran, he would be amazing live. Need to catch him next time he is in the UK! x

    Jasmin Charlotte | UK Lifestyle Blog

    1. I think he just announced a few more dates in London. There might be some tickets left! xx, Marie


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