More than yesterday: Indulging in a free concert

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A definite world star is in Denmark.

Ed Sheeran is in Amager, where he will play for 160,000 people over four days, who have bought tickets for a sold-out concert.

But it probably ends with him playing for more than 160,000 people.

Too close to the fenced square are a couple of hilltops, and here hundreds of people have found their way so they can witness the concert. Quite free.

BT’s employee on site explains how people have laid blankets or brought chairs where they can listen to the concert.

The phenomenon already started from the first day of the concert, but on the second day even more people have appeared who want a free concert.

However, Thursday’s concert has run into problems.

Because at the time of writing, the concert has been canceled twice due to the violent weather and lightning on the horizon.

And that also caused the ‘hill buggers’ in question to leave the party.

Because when the rain first came, they were quickly gone, says BT’s employee on the spot.

BT’s reviewer was more than satisfied with the British star’s first concert in Denmark.

You can read the review here.

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