Ed Sheeran, currently on his Mathematician tour, surprised fans in Chicago by prepping for his next show at Soldier Field in a unique way – serving hot dogs! The superstar pop musician, who had performed an intimate show at The Chicago Theatre the day before, decided to give away hot dogs to eager fans at The Wiener’s Circle, an iconic Lincoln Park hot dog stand known for its caustic employees and unique experience.
Fans flocked to The Wiener’s Circle on Saturday afternoon to meet one of the world’s most renowned musicians. Ed Sheeran was spotted working the counter, laughing, and engaging in conversations with fans and customers, providing a delightful surprise to those visiting the establishment.
The Wiener’s Circle, known for its witty and sharp-tongued staff, tweeted in a lighthearted tone that their newest trainee, Ed Sheeran, has a lot to learn, as he was way too proper and friendly compared to their usual style.
This isn’t the first time Ed Sheeran has delighted his fans with surprise appearances. In Nashville, Tennessee, after a performance on his Mathematics Tour, the singer visited Santa’s Pub and engaged in hilarious karaoke with the patrons, singing songs and enjoying beers together. He later shared an Instagram post celebrating breaking the attendance record at Nissan Stadium in Nashville with 73,874 attendees for his one-night performance.
Ed Sheeran’s Mathematics world tour is currently taking place in North America, and after the concert at Soldier Field in Chicago, he will continue with shows in Minneapolis, Denver, and Kansas City, Missouri, before concluding at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Ed Sheeran’s fan interactions and surprises add to his endearing and approachable image, making his concerts and appearances even more special for his dedicated followers.