Ed Sheeran Concert Film to Debut in October

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Weren’t able to make it to one of Ed Sheeran’s shows this year? Well, don’t worry about it because the British singer has announced that he will be releasing a concert film next month. The concert film is titled Jumpers for Goalposts and was recorded during Sheeran’s three-night stint at Wembley Stadium in July of this year.

The concert footage will feature the red-headed “teddy bear” performing several of his biggest hits such as “The A Team,” “Sing,” and “Thinking Out Loud” as well as his duet with Elton John. In addition to the live concert footage, the film will also tell the story of Sheeran’s rise to fame.

For fans in London, there will be a special event at Leicester Square on Oct. 22. The event will be broadcast live to theaters across the world that will be premiering the concert film. The event in London will have a special performance from Sheeran which will also be broadcast to all those participating locations. Tickets for the event will go on sale beginning next Thursday, Sept. 24.

Watch the trailer for Jumpers for Goalposts below.

This year has been a big year for Sheeran. In addition to his successful headlining tour, which he is currently in the middle of, the signer launched his own record label, Gingerbread Man Records; a subsidiary of Warner Music. If that wasn’t enough, Sheeran confirmed he had already signed his first artist to the label; songwriter Jamie Lawson.

Jumpers for Goalposts is set to premiere on Oct. 22. Additional screenings for the film is set to take place at select theaters, worldwide, during the weekend of Oct. 23-25. For more information about the movie, tickets, or locations, head on over to the film’s website here.

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