|Dawn and Rhys with their two sons Image Dawn Howel
Ed Sheeran kicked off the Cardiff leg of his ÷ Tour at the Principality Stadium on Thursday night and one couple from Barry will be there for three nights in a row.
Super fans Dawn and Rhys Howell had their first dance at their wedding to Thinking Out Loud and saved up £645 to see the pop star play on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.
Dawn, 35, said: "I just love him. Last night was so amazing.
"I remember when we first saw him play. He was at Glastonbury and we were watching it on BBC.
“We kept watching it over and over.
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"I love how down to earth he is. He's just real, he isn't arrogant.
"When he played last night he introduced himself to the crowd and told everybody how it was going to work. It's just him up there and he doesn't expect anybody to know who he is even though he's playing to thousands."
Before the Cardiff concerts, the pair had seen the superstar play twice and travelled to Birmingham and Wembley last year.
|Dawn and Rhys are taking their five year old son Cothi along Image Dawn Howell
So when it was revealed Ed Sheeran would be coming to Cardiff, Dawn and Rhys couldn't resist booking tickets and are even taking their five-year-old son Cothi along.
"Last night we went with my mother-in-law and then tonight we have seating, so we're taking our five-year-old along," Dawn said.
"He's a massive Ed Sheeran fan too. He's been writing his own songs and taking them into school.
"He said it would be his dream to see Ed Sheeran play so we got him tickets for his birthday.
"He's been counting down the days."
The mother-of-two said Ed Sheeran has a special place in their family. Not only was their first dance to one of his hits, but Dawn played Ed Sheeran's song Bump to her youngest son Caleb while she was pregnant.
"It used to settle him down and he's grown up to listening to Ed Sheeran,” she said.
"It's amazing. He can't talk yet, but when the song comes on he sticks his tongue out and gets really happy.
|The couple will be taking their five-year-old son to see Ed play (Image: Dawn Howell)
“We’re all massive fans. I don’t think people believed us when we said we were going three times.”
In total, the couple spent around £645 on tickets for the Cardiff concerts, with Dawn joking “It’s probably half of our mortgage”.
Ed Sheeran is set to play three more gigs in the city, with the closing show on Sunday night.