Ed Sheeran gave fans a peek at what they can expect on his upcoming tour during his performance on the Today show on Wednesday.
Shortly after announcing a 48-date North American tour, the 26-year-old singer took the stage for the morning program's first plaza concert of 2017.
Sheeran performed a total of five songs for the crowd on Wednesday morning -- starting with "What Do I Know," "Supermarket Flowers, "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill," off of his new album, ÷, before finishing with his hit, "Thinking Out Loud," -- "because I feel bad you all woke up so early," he said.
ET spoke with Sheeran earlier this week, where he opened up about his upcoming tour.
"It starts in June. I know we're going for four months, so it's within a fair few venues in the US, and then we're doing a bigger tour next year," Sheeran told ET on Monday. "People will get the opportunity to see the show they want to."
"The staging and what's behind me [is going to be different from my past tours]," he continued. "I've put a lot of the time and effort into it, and it's gonna look impressive. In terms of it being a show… now I can do a show where it's singles, which is something I haven't been able to do before."
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