BookMyShow had opened the registrations for tickets on July 4 and only those users who had registered themselves earlier, would be able to buy them.
The tickets are being sold at first-come-first-serve basis.
Ed Sheeran's Mumbai concert
The most beautiful Sunday India has ever seen
The news of the 26-year-old global music sensation's Mumbai concert comes straight off the back of a phenomenal start of 2017.
Kicking-off in 2017, Ed delivered the biggest musical comeback in recent times.
His dual singles 'Shape Of You' and 'Castle On The Hill' have taken the world by storm, hitting the top two spots across global charts.
Venue in one of Mumbai's posh localities
The 'Shape Of You' star's music concert on 19 November will be held at 8 pm at Mumbai's JioGarden, which is a perfect venue for such events. ColdPlay had performed here and also the YouTube Fanfest was held at this venue.
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Ed's genre-defying third studio album
Ed Sheeran has conquered several milestones in the US after landing his maiden #1 as a performer on the Billboard Hot 100 with 'Shape Of You' while 'Castle On The Hill' was at #6 on the chart.
The Grammy Award-winning singer's third studio album '÷' was released on 3 March and instantly became a fan favorite across the globe.
One of the highly anticipated shows of 2017
The first step for the Ed Sheeran Concert is the registration for tickets via official ticketing partner BookMyShow, which will begin at 12 noon on 4 July.
Post-registration, the tickets will be sold from 12 noon on 12 July only to the registered customers.
The venue has a limited capacity and tickets will be available on a first-come-first-serve-basis.
Excited to be part of this journey: BookMyShow
Kunal Khambhati, Head of Live Events and IP at BookMyShow, stated "India is clearly emerging as a live entertainment destination, with fans here showing immense promise and appetite for international musical acts."
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