A Sold Out Night with Snow Patrol and Ed Sheeran

Both Snow Patrol and Ed Sheeran sounded great, but Sheeran was especially delightful- he was playing by himself and using a bunch of loops to make his music. He broke a string pretty early in the set (which you can see in one of the pics) and improvised around it pretty well. Snow Patrol played a lot of their radio hits and the big highlight of their set was when Sheeran came back out to join them on their new single, “New York.”

Set List:

Hands Open
Take Back the City
Crack the Shutters
This Isn’t Everything You Are
In the End
New York (with Ed Sheeran)
Set the Fire to the Third Bar
Make This Go On Forever
Shut Your Eyes
Chasing Cars
Called Out in the Dark
Fallen Empires
You’re All I Have


Open Your Eyes
Just Say Yes

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