World-Famous Singer Ed Sheeran & Others Set to Put On a Show at the 2022 United States GP

Published 03/30/2022, 5:14 AM EDT

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Let’s be honest, all of us have hummed “I walk a lonely road ” and grooved to the iconic song “Shape of You “. Those tunes were stuck in our minds as we repeatedly looped the same lyrics. Now, Formula One fans now have a chance to watch Grammy winners Green Day and Ed Sheeran performing together. This will all take place at the US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, in 2022.

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Green Day and Ed Sheeran are now part of the F1 World

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Green Day is a legendary band from the US and has been the recipient of several worldwide accolades. The band is majorly into pop-punk, punk rock, and alternative rock, and there is no way you haven’t heard their chart-topper ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’. Britisher Ed Sheeran, on the other hand, needs no introduction and is probably a permanent on your playlist.

Circuit of The Americas (COTA) has recently announced that the legendary band and Ed are all set to rock the stage. The Grand Prix will take place on Oct 21-23 and only a limited number of tickets for Friday and Saturday will be available.

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This comes as a surprise to many and has left several fans in a state of shock. The band and Sheeran are fan favorites and major crowd attractions. Their personalities have resulted in sold-out concerts and can prove to be a very positive thing for the Grand Prix.

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Fans, in a frenzy, are looking to book tickets as they try to find a way inside the concert/race. This could prove to be a very positive thing for Formula One, as they would attract a lot many eyes from around the world. The documentary Drive to Survive has become a major reason for F1’s sudden popularity rise in the US and the committee will look forward to brainstorming more such ideas for making the sport more prominent all over the world.

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This is not a new idea, as we’ve seen many sporting events relying on musical talents for increased viewership. The Halftime super-bowl show has now become an enormous thing in the states. Moreover, Silverstone also books several artists to lead and headline the events.

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As excitements increases, we cannot wait for the US Grand Prix. Also, we expect you to put on your best Billie Joe Armstrong wig.

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Khyati Yadav

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Khyati Yadav is an F1 writer at EssentiallySports. She is a Hospitality Graduate and a huge fan of Lando Norris. She believes that F1 as a sport deserves a lot more attention and is intrigued by the process that goes behind the making of a car and the hard work that goes into the setting up of any Grand Prix.
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