80,000 people are expected at the Boucher Road Playing Fields over the next two days as Ed Sheeran's Mathematics tour arrives in Northern Ireland.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is back in Belfast on Thursday and Friday with his major Mathematics tour.
The 'A-Team' and 'Castle on the Hill' singer is in Northern Ireland for the first time since his record-breaking ‘Divide Tour’ in 2018.
After putting on sold-out performances in the Republic of Ireland,
Starting things off on a high at Croke Park - we are no doubt in for a treat when he takes on the Boucher Road Playing Fields on Thursday and Friday.
With 80,000 people expected at the site over the two days, the team have worked hard to provide a show-stopping event that fans will never forget.
Speaking at the concert site on Tuesday, event controller Eamon O'Boyle said that the Belfast gigs will be a stand out to the others on the tour so far as it takes place in a field setting.
He said: "We've been around the country with a number of shows and it really is a spectacular show.
This is one of the first events where it is a digital ticket that's used so we would ask people to make sure that their telephones are properly charged.
This show goes ahead rain or shine so come prepared, come dressed appropriately for whatever the weather may be - that would be very important."