English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will perform live at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Sept. 18. After spending much of 2013 as the support act for Taylor Swift, the young artist is now on his own headlining tour in North America to promote his most recent album, "x." Join Sheeran's legions of fans at this large arena show to hear the young English pop singer perform selections from his most popular albums live on stage. Rudimental will open the concert.
Air Canada Centre Seating Information
The stage for the Ed Sheeran concert will be set up on the far side of the arena near Sections 113-114, and you can enjoy Floor Level seating from the left, right, or center sections. Sections 101-122 make up the Lower Level, and the Balcony includes Sections 301-324. A number of luxury suites make up the 200, 400, 500, and 600 levels. Note when you are selecting seats for the Air Canada Centre show that the options in Sections 101, 117, 311, and 319 may only allow fans a limited view of Sheeran's performance.
Air Canada Centre General Information
Certain items, such as outside food, drinks, noisemakers, coolers, cans, and bottles are not permitted in Air Canada Centre. The venue also prohibits video recorders, audio recorders, professional camera equipment, and flash photography, but you should be able to use a small still camera to capture Ed Sheeran's performance. Smoking is not permitted in the stadium, but you may scan your ticket to leave and re-enter the venue if needed.
Air Canada Centre Parking Information
Air Canada Centre offers two levels of underground parking normally reserved for suite and premium ticket holders, but more than 13,000 public parking spaces for the Ed Sheeran concert are available within a short walking distance of the venue.
Air Canada Centre Gate Times
You can make your way into Air Canada Center approximately one hour before Ed Sheeran begins performing on Sept. 18.