Harry Styles’ long anticipated world tour tickets are finally going on sale.
Styles is kicking off a huge 32-city global tour with three brand new stadium dates in the U.K. This will be the first time the star has performed in stadiums.
As well as four stadium dates in Europe, Styles will also be playing Manchester Emirates Old Trafford, Glasgow Ibrox Stadium, and London Wembley Stadium in June.
The star is expected to play Manchester Emirates Old Trafford on Wednesday 15 June.
Ticket holders for the 2020 UK Arena tour dates will be refunded, and fans are set to receive priority access to presale tickets for the UK performances.
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.
Tickets are set to go on sale to the public at 9AM on Friday 28 January at Live Nation.
Fans are encouraged to visit their local venue’s website ahead of each show for the latest health & safety details and requirements for their date.
Who is Mitski?
UK fans will be treated to a special performance from American indie singer Mitski, the opener for all of Harry Styles’ UK dates.
Mitski is known for her critically acclaimed albums ‘Be The Cowboy’ and ‘Puberty 2’ that catapulted her into an indie star. Her latest album is set to drop on 4 February 2022.
UK and Europe dates for Love On Tour 2022
Saturday 11 June Glasgow, U.K. Ibrox Stadium (New Show)*
Wednesday 15 June Manchester, U.K. Emirates Old Trafford (New Show)*
Saturday 18 June London, U.K. Wembley Stadium Connected by EE (New Show)*
Wednesday 22 June Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium (New Show)
Sunday 26 June Hamburg, Germany Volksparkstadion (New Show)
Wednesday 29 June Stockholm, Sweden Tele2 Arena (New Show)
Friday 01 July Oslo, Norway Telenor Arena (New Show)
Sunday 03 July Copenhagen, Denmark Royal Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Tuesday 05 July Paris, France Accor Arena
Thursday 07 July Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis (Rescheduled Date)
Saturday 09 July Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome (Rescheduled Date)
Monday 11 July Munich, Germany Olympiahalle (Rescheduled Date)
Wednesday 13 July Budapest, Hungary Budapest Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Friday 15 July Prague, Czech Republic O2 Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Saturday 16 July Vienna, Austria Stadthalle (Rescheduled Date)
Monday 18 July Krakow, Poland Tauron Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Wednesday 20 July Berlin, Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Friday 22 July Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Wednesday 25 July Bologna, Italy Unipol Arena (Rescheduled Date)
Tuesday 26 July Turin, Italy Pala Alpitour (Rescheduled Date)
Friday 29 July Madrid, Spain WiZink Center (Rescheduled Date)
Sunday 31 July Lisbon, Portugal Altice Arena (Rescheduled Date) ^