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Ed Sheeran Concert

Get ready to Sing St. Louis! Ed Sheeran will make his debut at Busch Stadium on September 6, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. We know you'll be Thinking (and singing) Out Loud to some of Ed's biggest hits. You'll want to keep these memories in more than a Photograph so make sure to mark the date on your calendar! Tickets for this highly anticipated show are on sale now.

Special guests Snow Patrol and Anne-Marie will also be appearing.

Gates will open at 5:30 p.m.

The show will be held rain or shine. Please note, umbrellas are prohibited inside the ballpark.

Field Access Map

All-Inclusive Tickets

Beverage service begins at 5:30 p.m. and will run through 10:30 p.m.

Food service begins at 5:30 p.m. and will run through 9:30 p.m.

UMB Champions Club

  • An all-you-can-eat buffet that includes salads, nacho bar, carving stations, paninis, action stations, hot dogs, brats, additional entrees, cookies and brownies
  • Exclusive access to indoor Club lounge
  • Three full-service bar areas include Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Select, Shock Top, wine, mixed drinks and Coca-Cola products
  • Private entrances and restrooms

National Car Rental Club (formerly Bank of America Club) 

  • An all-you-can-eat buffet that includes hotdogs, brats, BBQ beef or pork, additional entrees, action station, Caesar salad, nachos & cheese, cookies and brownies
  • Bar service includes Budweiser, Bud Light and Bud Select, wine, mixed drinks and craft beer
  • Coca-Cola products and O'Doul's
  • Private restrooms

Party Suites and Legends Club

  • Indoor air-conditioned social area with covered outdoor stadium seating
  • Includes an unlimited buffet with Hunter Hotdogs, brats, BBQ beef, baked italian chicken, pasta salad, nachos & cheese, Caesar salad, cookies and brownies
  • Access to full service bars that will include mixed drinks, wine and craft beers
  • Budweiser, Bud Light, Coca-Cola products & O'Doul's will be available in each suite

Prohibited items

In conjunction with a league-wide policy established by Major League Baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals reserve the right to inspect all items entering Busch Stadium. Guests may bring in such items as: bags(excluding backpacks), purses, soft-sided coolers not exceeding 16" x 16" x 8"; food, non-alcoholic beverage in factory-sealed plastic bottles no larger than 2 liters, empty cups, mugs or plastic bottles. Prohibited items include but are not limited to the following items:

  • Alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beer
  • Aluminum containers, glass bottles/items, metal cans, thermoses
  • Animals (with the exception of trained service animals for guests with disabilities)
  • Backpacks (Exceptions for diaper bags and other bags used for medical reasons may be granted)
  • Bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8".
  • Balloons, beach balls and other inflatables
  • Brooms
  • Chairs, stools, including bleacher seats with backs
  • Commercial camera equipment (lenses longer than length of the camera body), including video cameras, tripods and monopods
  • Containers - aerosol cans (i.e. hairspray, sunscreen), aluminum or glass cans and bottles, flasks, non-factory sealed plastic bottles (permitted if empty and smaller than 2 liters), thermoses.
  • Coolers - hard sided and Styrofoam coolers, hard plastic inserts for soft plastic coolers
  • Drones
  • Face paint, masks, and any other costume that covers the head/face
  • Firearms
  • Fireworks
  • Flag poles, PVC pipe and other poles
  • Flasks
  • Hover boards/skate boards/roller skates, roller blades
  • Illegal substances
  • Knives longer than 4 inches when unopened
  • Laser pointers/lights
  • Luggage
  • Noisemakers of any kind, including, but not limited to air horns, cowbells, and Thunderstix
  • Obscene, offensive, or indecent clothing
  • Stun guns/tasers
  • Tablets (iPads, Surface, etc)
  • Umbrellas
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Wrapped packages

About Ed Sheeran

Multi-platinum, multiple GRAMMY Award winning singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has quickly established himself as one of the world's biggest musical artists with over 26 million albums sold and 5 billion Spotify streams. His third and most recent studio album "÷" (pronounced divide) has proven to be a global phenomenon of its own, selling over 4 million units worldwide in its first week. In the U.S., the already RIAA certified 2x-Platinum album entered the Billboard 200 at #1, scoring the biggest debut of the year thus far upon its March release, with first week sales equivalents exceeding 451,000 units. "÷" went on to remain within the chart's top 10 for a staggering 27 weeks. In Sheeran's native U.K., the album sold over 672,000 units, topping the Official Albums Chart with the third highest week one sales of any album in the chart's history, and has since been certified 7x-Platinum. The landmark album has also gone to #1 on iTunes in 102 countries around the world, and shattered the record for the highest first week Spotify streams ever, logging more than 375­ million streams over the full week. The first two singles released from "÷" - "Shape Of You" and "Castle On The Hill" - entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #1 and #6 respectively, making Sheeran the first artist ever to have two singles make simultaneous top 10 debuts in the chart's 58-year history. Now certified 6x-Platinum by the RIAA, "Shape Of You" earned Sheeran his first #1 on the Hot 100, where it held the top spot for 12 weeks and remained in the top 10 for a record-setting 33 weeks. Sheeran's follow-up single "Castle on the Hill" has also been certified Platinum by the RIAA and has joined "Shape Of You" at the top of the radio charts. Sheeran has supported his latest album with a number of high profile, national television appearances including performances on the 59th GRAMMY Awards, Saturday Night Live, TODAY, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, and most recently the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. Additional press highlights include Sheeran's first Rolling Stone cover, inclusion in TIME's "100 Most Influential People in the World," CBS This Morning Sunday profile, The Howard Stern Show, The Late Late Show with James Corden's Carpool Karaoke and more. This summer, Sheeran received the Songwriters Hall of Fame's 2017 Hal David Starlight Award which honors gifted young songwriters who are making a significant impact in the music industry with original compositions. Sheeran's entire North American arena tour sold out in a matter of minutes, including 3 night stands at both the Staples Center in LA and Barclays Center in NYC.

"÷" follows the British singer-songwriter's second full length album "x"(pronounced multiply), which was released in 2014 and proved to be both a critical and commercial success. After debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200, the album has since been certified 4x-Platinum in the US and earned two GRAMMY nominations, including "Album Of The Year." Additionally, "x" spawned four consecutive multi-platinum singles in "Sing," "Don't," "Photograph," and his global smash and biggest single to date "Thinking Out Loud," which has been been certified 7x-Platinum, marked his first #1 at Top 40 radio, and won a pair of GRAMMY awards, including "Song Of The Year." "x" was also a global sensation, ranking as the second best-selling album worldwide in 2015. Ed first broke through to the mainstream in 2012 with his debut album "+" (pronounced plus)which was a top 5 debut and certified 2x-Platinum in the US, and spent three weeks at #1 in the UK where it has been certified 6x-Platinum. "+" is highlighted by "The A Team," an international smash which earned Sheeran his first GRAMMY nomination ("Song Of The Year") and has been certified 3x-Platinum in the US.

As one of the world's most in-demand songwriters, Sheeran has penned hit songs for both himself and other top artists including Taylor Swift, One Direction, The Weeknd, Major Lazer, Tori Kelley, and Justin Bieber, who's blockbuster single "Love Yourself" was the #1 song on Billboard's 2016 year end Hot 100 chart and nominated for "Song of the Year" at this year's GRAMMY Awards. The song earned Sheeran his 11th GRAMMY nomination, and the third time in the prestigious, songwriting category. In 2015, Sheeran was named Songwriter of the Year at the Ivor Novello Awards, which celebrate, honor and reward excellence in British and Irish songwriting and composing. Sheeran's "The A Team" had previously been recognized for Best Song Musically and Lyrically in 2012.

One of the planet's most popular live performers, Ed has played sold out headline shows at some of the biggest venues around the world, including Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA, NYC's Madison Square Garden where he played 3 sold out shows, Suncorp Stadium in Sydney, and London's Wembley Stadium where he performed in front of 240,000 fans over 3 nights. Earlier this year, Sheeran kicked off his world tour in support of "÷," with his sold out, 60-date North American leg set to begin this summer. Earlier this year, Sheeran returned to Glastonbury to headline the Pyramid Stage, once again performing with nothing but his guitar and loop pedal.

Sheeran launched his own imprint, Gingerbread Man Records, in 2015, with the signing of fellow British singer songwriter Jamie Lawson - whose self-titled album debuted at #1 in the UK - and Irish troubadour Foy Vance.