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The huge stage where Sheeran will entertain 160,000 fans over the next four nights is built at the bottom of the backyards of some residents

Ed Sheeran turns his hometown into a huge festival location while he builds a huge stage next to a row of houses … but not everyone is happy with it!

  • Divide Tour started in March 2017 and has become the highest profit margin of all time
  • Ed Sheeran performs for 160,000 fans in Ipswich during the last four nights
  • He has built a huge stage behind a row of houses in Chantry Park, Ipswich
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Ed Sheeran plays the last four nights of his record-breaking world trip in his home town, behind a row of houses.

The pop star completes the Divide Tour at Chantry Park in Ipswich and has set a huge stage behind the houses.

This means that some residents can hear and see the concerts from their own living room, with only a row of trees separating them from the stage.

Sheeran will entertain 160,000 fans over the next four nights, marking the end of his lucrative tour.

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The Divide Tour started in March 2017 and became the most profitable tour of all time this month.

The huge stage where Sheeran will entertain 160,000 fans over the next four nights is built at the bottom of the backyards of some residents

The huge stage where Sheeran will entertain 160,000 fans over the next four nights is built at the bottom of the backyards of some residents

The Divide Tour started in March 2017 and became the most profitable tour of all time this month

The Divide Tour started in March 2017 and became the most profitable tour of all time this month

The Divide Tour started in March 2017 and became the most profitable tour of all time this month

The tour has also been named the most visited tour of all time, with more than 8.5 million people in 43 countries seeing him perform.

Sheeran, 28, went to Instagram the day he broke the most profitable tour record, and thanked his fans for their support and said he will never forget the Divide tour & # 39;

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He wrote: & # 39; Today, the Divide tour has broken the all-time record of U2. It is now the most visited and most profitable tour of all time. & # 39;

His rise to musical success has been documented by his father John, in a never-before-seen exhibition that opened in his hometown on Tuesday.

The pop star completes the Divide Tour at Chantry Park in Ipswich and has set a huge stage behind a row of houses

The pop star completes the Divide Tour at Chantry Park in Ipswich and has set a huge stage behind a row of houses

The pop star completes the Divide Tour at Chantry Park in Ipswich and has set a huge stage behind a row of houses

Some residents may have an exclusive backstage image of Sheeran's final four nights of his Divide tour

Some residents may have an exclusive backstage image of Sheeran's final four nights of his Divide tour

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Some residents may have an exclusive backstage image of Sheeran's final four nights of his Divide tour

The tour has been named the most visited tour of all time, with more than 8.5 million people in 43 countries seeing him perform

The tour has been named the most visited tour of all time, with more than 8.5 million people in 43 countries seeing him perform

The tour has been named the most visited tour of all time, with more than 8.5 million people in 43 countries seeing him perform

The journey from Sheeran to fame is shown by a display of photos & memorabilia.

The showcase focuses on his 60 tattoos in a still from the video for his single Shape Of You from 2017.

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In addition to his beloved guitar, the idyllic childhood of the Suffolk-born singer is represented by various photographs and sculptures, including one that shows him as an adorable red-haired toddler.

A valuable addition also comes in the form of Sheeran & # 39; s doll replica from the video for his song Sing 2014.

The exhibition was put together to coincide with Sheeran's return to his hometown for the latest dates of his Divide tour.

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