Last week, Ed Sheeran visited the classrooms of some unsuspecting high school band students in Florida. On Saturday night, Raymond James Stadium hosted the superstar for a performance to a sold-out crowd.
Sheeran surprised Middleton and Blake high school students practising marching bands together last Friday. A video of the singer shaking the pupils during rehearsal was posted to Facebook by the Hillsborough County School District, Check below:
He entered the classroom while the band played “Eyes Closed,” Sheeran’s most recent top hit. Many pupils were too absorbed in reading their music sheets to notice Sheeran was there.
Students shouted enthusiastically after the song concluded and then listened to Sheeran play his smash hit “Perfect.” As he played, at least two students were observed wiping away tears. Next, a trio of youngsters sang Ed Sheeran’s “Photograph.”
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Sheeran gave all the pupils free tickets to his concert over the weekend, signed autographs, and even donated guitars to the school’s music program.
“I’m playing a sold-out stadium, but I’ve got tickets for all you guys to come,” Sheeran informed the students. Sheeran stayed to pose for pictures with each of the students.
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