Ed Sheeran’s after-party for upcoming album surprised fans at Brooklyn pub

Pop star Ed Sheeran surprised a celebrity busker who was performing his newest single in a New York City subway station and the two performed a duet together. Sheeran also had his after-party at O’Keefe’s pub in Brooklyn, known for being a hangout for students and lawyers rather than celebrities. The event came after Sheeran performed his upcoming album at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn.

Ed Sheeran surprised guests at his album VIP gig at Kings Theatre by celebrating the performance with colleagues and friends at a Brooklyn pub, rather than the Manhattan nightclubs usually favoured by celebrities.

On Monday, Ed Sheeran previewed his upcoming album, “Subtract,” at a VIP concert held at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn. The pop star was joined on stage by producer Aaron Dessner. Following the show, Sheeran and a group of VIPs headed to O’Keefe’s pub in Brooklyn Heights for an after-party.

According to insiders, the choice of location surprised guests, as O’Keefe’s is known as a hangout spot for Court Street lawyers and St. Francis College students, rather than celebrities. Sheeran remained at the bar until midnight, drinking Guinnesses and lagers while ESPN’s “SportsCenter” played on flat-screen TVs.

While in New York, Sheeran made a surprise appearance in a subway station, where he joined “America’s Got Talent” alum Mike Yung for a duet. Yung had been performing Sheeran’s latest single, “Eyes Closed.”

Sheeran has previously shared on social media that the song is about “losing someone” and struggling with the painful emotions of grief. The new album, “Subtract,” is set to be released on May 5th.

Despite his fame, Sheeran appears to enjoy low-key hangouts and has been known to frequent pubs and other casual spots. His recent appearance at O’Keefe’s reflects his down-to-earth nature and willingness to connect with fans and fellow musicians in unexpected ways.

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