Film will be launched with cinema event broadcast live around the country in October
Ed Sheeran has announced details of new concert film Jumpers For Goalposts.
The concert film was recorded during Sheeran’s three-night stint at Wembley Stadium in July of this year and includes footage of his live duet with Elton John. In addition to the live footage, the film also tells the story of Sheeran’s rise to success from his early days as a musician.
A special Jumpers For Goalposts cinema event will be held at London’s Leicester Square and broadcast live to cinemas around the world next month (October 22). Tickets for local participating cinemas will go on sale from September 24. Sheeran will perform live at the Leicester Square event.
Watch the first Jumpers For Goalposts trailer below:
Sheeran recently officially launched his new record label, Gingerbread Man Records. The singer initially announced details of the project in March, confirming songwriter Jamie Lawson as his first signing.
Now, Sheeran has confirmed more about the imprint, which will be a subsidiary of Warner Music. Sheeran has described Lawson as “an incredible talent”, confirming that the musician’s self-titled album will be released on October 9.