Ed Sheeran fans have been told to plan ahead of his concert in Cardiff city in the coming weeks, amid concerns over traffic and heightened ticket scrutiny.

The Grammy-winning songwriter will become the first to perform four successive nights at the Principality Stadium, starting on Thursday. There will be no trains running to London after any of the dates he performs due to maintenance work.

Fans who purchased tickets from a resale site will be offered genuine tickets.

Music lovers who had bought from the site Viagogo had tickets revoked and canceled. Those who used the site, often at incredibly increased prices, will be given help for claiming refunds at the box office and will be offered the chance of buying actual tickets.

Sheeran imposed strict conditions on fans attending his 18-gig UK tour, including names on tickets, with ID needed at the door, a maximum of four tickets per customer and any tickets bought by a business or trader to be canceled.

Up to 60,000 fans are expected on each night and have been advised to make preparations for travel as the last trains to destinations like London, Birmingham or Portsmouth could leave before the concerts end at 22:30 BST.

Extra services will be provided after the gig to Swansea and Newport however, Arriva says there will be no extra capacity or resources to add more trains on the Valley lines.

If you’re headed to Cardiff for the show, just be sure you aren’t stranded.

One of Ed Sheeran’s songs was recently used in a pro-life campaign, to which he responded rather strongly.