He will kick off a huge 32-city global tour this year with new dates in the UK, the first time the star has performed in stadiums.
And tickets for the long anticipated 2022 world tour tickets are finally going on sale!
Here is everything you need to know about it and when the new dates are.
When and where is he playing?
It’ll be a busy summer for Styles.
He’ll also be taking a trip to South America, with stops in Peru, Chile, Brazil, and Argentina, among others.
Before he gets there though, on home ground Styles will be playing London Wembley Stadium, Manchester Emirates Old Trafford and Glasgow Ibrox Stadium in June 2022.
The full list of Harry Styles’ UK tour dates are as follows:
- 11 June: Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
- 15 June: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
- 18 June: Wembley Stadium, London
The newly added dates are:
- 16 June: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
- 19 June: Wembley Stadium, London
The ‘Watermelon Sugar’ singer is set to headline both Fridays of the world famous event, which has experienced multiple delays and cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Later in the year, celebrity couple watchers will finally get to see the film that brought Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles together when Don’t Worry Darling is released in September.
The psychological thriller sees the musician star opposite Florence Pugh, while Wilde is back in the directing chair following up her teen comedy Booksmart.
Who will be supporting?
Special guests for the highly anticipated show include Mitski on the UK dates, Arlo Parks in Dublin, Wolf Alice on select European dates, and Koffee across all Latin American dates.
Mitski is known for her critically acclaimed albums Be The Cowboy’and Puberty that catapulted her into an indie-rock star. Her sixth studio album - Laurel Hell - is set to drop on 4 February 2022.
How can I get tickets?
Tickets are set to go on sale to the public at 9am on Friday 28 January at Live Nation.
Those who had tickets for Styles’ UK arena tour dates in 2020 will be refunded.
Fans can also gain access to priority access to pre-sale tickets for the UK performances, which will allow them to purchase tickets 24 hours ahead of them going on general sale.
The pre-sale started at 9am on Thursday 27 January, and you can register for access here.
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