Living the DrEEm

At the weekend, some of the Fever team headed over to Wembley Stadium, connected by EE, to hear Ed Sheeran play his set and spend a great night in the company of some brilliant journalists from a range of national publications . We sadly weren’t there for the Friday when the legend that is Elton John graced the stage, but we certainly didn’t draw the short straw as on top of Ed we also got to see two incredible live performances from Rudimental and Example.


First up was Example, who came on stage to welcome the crowds of Wembley. He played an amazing mix of rap, rock and also the classics including ‘Kickstarts’. Rudimental then came on stage half an hour later to meet the every growing hordes of people over the warm but now shady stadium. The band gave impressive performances of ‘Feel the Love’ and ‘Waiting all Night’ with vocals from Anne Marie.

At 8.30, the full arena welcomed Ed Sheeran to the stage. With a capacity of 90,000 people, the arena was taken over by screams and mobile phone lights that were used throughout the incredible “Thinking out Loud’. Ed performed songs with such variety, including a Lionel Ritchie cover and a heavy rock jam towards the end of the evening. Throughout the two hour set, the audience were really given a taste of the way Ed could make his music suit pretty much all music enthusiasts.


We had a brilliant night with EE, and if you ever get the chance to catch Mr. Sheeran live, DO IT.


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