Will Harry Styles's 'Love On Tour' Be Cancelled Amid Coronavirus Outbreak? Everything You Need To Know
11 March 2020, 14:19 | Updated: 25 March 2020, 07:50
** For official information on Harry Styles's tour please visit his website: https://hstyles.co.uk/tour*** Will Harry Styles's world tour go ahead amid the break out of Coronavirus, will it be cancelled, postponed, and what will happen to your tickets?
Harry Styles is due to kick off his world tour, 'Love On Tour' in the UK this April, but as news breaks every day of stars cancelling and postponing live shows, will the 'Adore You' singer's tour be cancelled or postponed over Coronavirus fear, or will it go ahead?!
Here's what fans have been talking about in the wake of events being cancelled, and all the ways you can stay up to date with the latest information to keep in the loop.
Originally, Harry was set to tour the UK in April, however, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 'Fine Line' sensation had to postpone his tour, and is now performing across England, Ireland and Scotland in 2021.
March 11 - Arena Birmingham,
March 13 - Manchester Arena,
March 16 - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow,
March 17 - Flydsa Arena, Sheffield,
March 19 - 3Arena, Dublin,
March 23 - The O2, London,
March 24 - The O2, London
Anyone who knows me, knows that performing has always been my favorite part of working in music.— Harry Styles. (@Harry_Styles) March 25, 2020
However, during times like these, the safety and protection of touring crew, fans, and everyone else around the world is an immediate priority. pic.twitter.com/RgRPP17rb6
As well as continuing to work on the tour, it was confirmed Mabel would be supporting him on the Australian leg, so all in all, there are few signs of it being cancelled as of yet.
As Coronavirus spreads around the world in various countries, both governments and artists, labels and management are meeting on a daily to try and decide what to do to limit the spread of it, with music festivals and concerts being moved and cancelled daily.
Most recently, Coachella was rescheduled from April to October, and Glastonbury organisers have said they are closely monitoring the situation as June rolls ever close.
Fans are understandably worried the shows will be cancelled as global events are limited, cancelled and postponed in response to the global outbreak of the Coronavirus, and have been taking to Twitter to ask/react to the possibility of them not being able to see their favourite artist perform.
Mabel, BTS, Stormzy and Miley Cyrus are just a few names who have had to cancel shows as the virus spreads evermore rapidly, and there are updates every day, but as for now, there has been no news specifically on Harry's tour.
The best way to stay up to date with the latest information about Harry's tour is to stay up to date with his socials and his official website- as that will be the first place to be updated with any kind of information.
** For official information on Harry Styles's tour please visit his website: https://hstyles.co.uk/tour***