Following his three sold-out Wembley dates, Ed mesmerised the crowd at the music event, held in Cofton Park.
Showcasing his natural talent and incredible ease at performing, all Ed needed was his voice and guitar to deliver a stellar 90 minute set.
However, midway through, a scuffle broke out near the front of the stage. Ed filled in the rest of the crowd at the back, saying: "It's been a long time since a fight broke out at one of my concerts."
Naturally, the 24-year-old was keen to tell everyone that they should be enjoying themselves. And, we certainly did.
From 'Sing' to 'Thinking Out Loud' and his debut single 'The A Team', Ed had the entire crowd singing along.
Switching up parts of the song, Ed showcased his rap skills and his great taste in music as he belted out Bill Withers' hit 'Ain't No Sunshine', Blackstreet's classic 'No Diggity' and Stevie Wonder's 'Superstition'.
Ed headlined Friday's Fusion Festival after filling in last minute, as Justin Bieber pulled out due to "unforeseen circumstances'. But by saving the day, Ed delivered more than just a spectacular show.
This year's Fusion Festival with Vimto saw 50,000 people attend over the three-day festival.
To catch up on all the highlights from Fusion Festival 2015, tune into 4Music on Saturday 5 September from 3pm to watch Fusion Festival 2015: The Best Bits.
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