Ed Sheeran in Berlin - GPDS provides fire protection
Last Thursday, British superstar Ed Sheeran played one of his concerts in Germany at the sold-out Olympiastadion. The "redhead" took the stage at 8:45 p.m. with his guitar and performed hits for nearly two hours for his traveling fans.
The Olympiastadion offers the perfect location for an outdoor concert
Outdoors, in perfect weather, the world-famous singer enchants his audience with hits such as "Castle on the Hill" and "Shape of You". For him, the concert was as fulfilling as at the beginning of his career. The then 27-year-old musician played on the street or in the London Underground. But he is the same as then: non-formal and unconventional.
Today, his audience is no longer passengers from the streets of London, but fans at the world's outdoor stadiums. He delighted tens of thousands of them here.
In the past, many musicians used the Berlin Olympiastadion as their location. In addition to Ed Sheeran, Helene Fischer, Beyonce, The Rolling Stones and Guns n ’Roses also played here. All concerts were supervised by GPDS.
GPDS provides fire protection with its firefighting tanks
For the safety of artists and audience, GPDS regularly provides fire protection for concerts at the Olympiastadion. The inside is secured by a firefighting tank and with at least six firefighters. Always ready to provide visitors with a sense of security. For this purpose, GPDS uses only trained firefighters and women who can intervene at any moment and remain calm. The Thursday concert ended without major incidents for GPDS.