Ed Sheeran Takes On Wembley Stadium

Ed Sheeran Takes On Wembley Stadium

Ed Sheeran at Wembley Stadium. Photo by Ralph Larmann.

Ed Sheeran sold out three performances at Wembley Stadium—a 80,000 capacity stadium—July 10-12. Despite the scale of the venue, production manager and FOH engineer Chris Marsh created an "up close and personal" sonic experience for all the fans. Marsh deployed a Meyer Sound LEO linear large-scale reinforcement system, hanging the front arrays on a 25m tall structure to aim the sound directly at the audience. Sheeran used a Sennheiser Digital 9000 wireless system, and Marsh mixed the singer on a DiGiCo SD7 digital console. Lighting and production design was by Mark Cunniffe. Watch the video from NBC below to listen to the intimate sonic experience. Read the Q&A with Chris Marsh about designing the sound for Wembley.

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