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11 March 2020, 12:58 | Updated: 25 March 2020, 07:49
Harry Styles's announced 2020 tour dates in the UK, Europe & America, and you can get your tickets right now!
Harry Styles announced last year his 2020 European and North American tour dates, which includes two nights at London's O2, and arena shows in Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham, Glasgow and Ireland, as well as all over Europe, kicking off in April next year.
Fans noticed he announced the tour on National Day Of Kindness, a running theme with Harry who often uses the slogan 'Treat People With Kindness', which they're praising as a sweet touch.
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
Harry initially announced he was going on tour in a FaceTime interview with Roman, Vick & Sonny on Capital Breakfast, and released the details in a series of Instagram posts, revealing the name is 'Love On Tour' and he'll be hitting the UK in April of next year.
The 'Lights Up' released his second solo album, 'Fine Line', on 13 December 2019, so a spring tour in 2020 makes perfect sense.
The former 1D star will kick off the tour in Birmingham and the UK, before heading across to Europe, North America and Mexico, making the tour seven months long in total.
The 'Falling' singer's set list is set to be revealed closer to the launch date of his tour, but the star has already put together the tracks he wants to take on tour with him.
Speaking on Australian radio show Smallzy's Surgery, Harry said: "Set list is underway, tour outfits are underway – it's all happening, it's all very exciting, and I'm ready for it."
The 26-year-old announced King Princess as his support act, a singer-songwriter signed to Mark Ronson's record label, best known for her track '1950'- a song made even more famous when Mr. Styles tweeted the lyrics from the song back in March 2018.
Soul singer-songwriter Joy Crookes, 21, will also support Harry, after becoming an additional guest act Harry announced on Monday 24 February, along with indie rock band Swim Deep.
For the American leg of the tour, Harry announced Jenny Lewis and Koffee as support acts, which will see them perform all over the USA before heading to Mexico for the final dates in October.