Radio 94.9 is proud to present a special show by Ed Sheeran in the iHeartRadio Lounge, powered by Magnum Motors on Sunday, June 2. This performance will be a small, intimate session reserved for our Community Insider members only. 

The iHeartRadio Lounge, Powered by Magnum Motors 

Located in the Radio 94.9 studios in Loveland, the iHeartRadio Lounge is one of the most intimate performance studios for artists to stop in. With a limited capacity, you can interact closely with the artists as they play your favorite songs - or introduce you to new ones. 

This lounge isn't limited to national touring artists either. Keep your eyes on our website,, as we will be welcoming local artists to come in and perform for us very soon. 

About Ed Sheeran

Sheeran's blend of folk-meets-hip hop draws inspiration from the likes of Bob Dylan and Eminem – a mix he doesn't find all that strange. "If you were to play Bob Dylan's first album and Eminem's first album back to back, they are pretty similar," Ed says. "They both tell stories, they both try and be quite witty, quite political… and there's the love of lyrics."

Acoustic singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran doesn't categorize his music by genre; rather, he lets the music he makes speak for itself. "Nowadays with music, because of things like YouTube, there are no genre barriers," he tells iHeartRadio. "I wouldn't necessarily say that I am one thing… I just make music that I want to make."

Sheeran has had incredible success in the U.K. – he won the awards for British Breakthrough Act and Best British Male Solo Artist at 2012's Brit Awards – and is ready to make a name for himself in the US with his debut album, +. Led by the success of the single "The A Team," + is sure to generate a positive reaction

Enter to Win Online 

We are giving away a limited number of invitations to Community Insider members. When you enter to win your invite, you will become one of our Community Insiders, and begin receiving the benefits that come with being a member. Don't procrastinate. You only have until Thursday, May 30 at noon to enter.