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GLOBE-TROTTING WITH HARRY STYLES

If Harry Styles says he can’t make it to your house party this summer he’s not lying: He’s booked solid from mid-April to early October on his Love On Tour in support of his second album, Fine Line, that Columbia will release 12/13.

He starts in the U.K before heading across Europe, taking on North America beginning 6/26. He has two nights at Madison Square Garden (7/7-8)  and The Forum (9/2-3), and stops at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on 7/28.

South American dates will be announced soon while Asia, Australia and more will be announced later in the year.  

On the bundling front, each ticket purchased online for the U.S. and Canadian shows comes with a CD copy of Fine Line. For the U.K. and Ireland dates, anyone who preorders his Fine Line album at the official Harry Styles U.K. online store by 5pm GMT on Sunday will get priority access to Love On Tour tickets.

Jenny Lewis will open the shows in the U.S. and Canada; King Princess is on the bill Europe;  and Jamaican reggae singer Koffee will play the dates in Mexico. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on 11/22.

Tour Dates:

4/15 - Birmingham, U.K., Arena Birmingham

4/17 - Sheffield, U.K., FlyDSA Arena

4/19 - Dublin, 3Arena

4/22-23 - London, The O2

4/25 - Manchester, Manchester Arena

4/26 - Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

4/29 - Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena

5/1 Oslo, Spektrum

5/2 - Stockholm, Ericsson Globe

5/4 - Copenhagen, Royal Arena

5/6 - Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome

5/8 - Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena

5/10 - Krakow, TAURON Arena

5/11 - Prague, O2 Arena

5/13 - Paris, AccorHotels Arena

5/15 - Turin, Italy, Pala Alpitour

5/16 - Bologna, Unipol Arena

5/18 - Madrid, WiZink Center

5/20 -Lisbon, Altice Arena

5/25 - Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis

5/27 - Cologne, Germany, Lanxess Arena

5/28 - Munich, Olympiahalle

5/30 - Vienna, Stadthalle

5/31 - Budapest, Budapest Arena

6/3 - Moscow, Megasport Sport Palace

6/26 - Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center

6/28 - Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena

6/30 - Montreal, Centre Bell

7/3-4 - Toronto, Scotiabank Arena

7/7-8 - New York, Madison Square Garden

7/10 - Boston, TD Garden

7/12 - Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena

7/14 - Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena

7/15 - Cleveland, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse

7/17 - Detroit, Little Caesars Arena

7/19 - St Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center

7/21 - St Louis, Enterprise Center

7/24 - Chicago, United Center

7/28 - Nashville, Bridgestone Arena

7/29 - Atlanta, State Farm Arena

8/1 - Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena

8/3 - Tampa, Amalie Arena

8/6 – Ft. Lauderdale, BB&T Center

8/10 - Houston, Toyota Center

8/11 - San Antonio, AT&T Center

8/13 - Dallas, American Airlines Center

8/15 - Denver, Pepsi Center

8/18 - Tacoma, Wash., Tacoma Dome

8/21 - Portland, Moda Center

8/23 - Vancouver, B.C., Rogers Arena

8/25 - San Jose, SAP Center

8/27 - Sacramento, Golden 1 Center

8/29 - Glendale, Ariz., Gila River Arena

8/30 - San Diego, Pechanga Arena

9/2-3 - Los Angeles, The Forum

9/5 - Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena

9/29 -Monterrey, Mexico, Arena Monterrey

10/1 - Guadalajara, Mexico, Arena VFG

10/3 Mexico City, Foro Sol (Outdoors)

 

 

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