ED Sheeran fans have been left gutted after he cancelled one of his shows in Sunderland.
The singer was set to perform three gigs at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, but the Thursday June 2 one has now been axed due to an “unforeseen scheduling conflict”.
Fans will now have to watch Ed on either the Friday or Saturday instead and they are not happy.
They were told: “Due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict, Ed Sheeran’s Sunderland, Stadium of Light show on Thursday 2 June is unable to take place.
“The Friday and Saturday shows will continue to take place as scheduled and ticket holders for the Thursday show will be accommodated at one of those alternative shows.”
Taking to Twitter to express their upset one person wrote: “Sorry I’m busy crying at my @edsheeran / @maisiehpeters date being cancelled (Sunderland night 1) but fingers crossed they get replacement tickets sorted out, I do NOT wanna miss this .”
Read More on Ed Sheeran
A second wrote: “Gutted my Ed Sheeran date has been cancelled on the Thursday 2nd of June at Sunderland . Been offered the Friday but hotels are ridiculous enough on the Thursday. Ah well obviously wasn’t meant to be .”
While a third added: “@edsheeran being cancelled on 2nd June in Sunderland is devastating. Got offered tickets to the day after and it’s the one day we can’t do everywhere else within a good distance of York either sold out or £85 min per person for a ticket gutted!”
On the Sunday Ed will perform at Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee pageant.
Most read in Music
The Bad Habits hitmaker is set to lead a tribute to the British monarch in front of Buckingham Palace alongside over a hundred “national treasures” as celebrations marking her 70 years on the throne conclude on June 5.
He said in a statement: “I’m proud to be part of the celebration, and it’s going to be a great opportunity to bring everyone together.”Ed has a busy schedule and is now also playing the Queen’s Jubilee[/caption]