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Harry Styles announces three UK stadium shows for June

With a stellar support bill led by Arlo Parks, Mitski and Wolf Alice

By Joe Goggins

Harry Styles performs live
Styles has postponed 'Love on Tour' shows in the UK twice already.(Photo: Wikimedia commons/Lovclyhes)

Harry Styles has announced details of three huge stadium shows for this summer, as he extends his ‘Love on Tour’ run to Europe and South America.

The ‘Watermelon Sugar’ star will play Glasgow, Manchester and London in June, with support on the dates from art-pop innovator Mitski. He’s also confirmed a lengthy run of dates in Europe for June and July that kicks off on Sunday, June 26 – leaving room for a potential appearance at Glastonbury on either the Friday or Saturday of the festival.

A public sale for the shows will begin on January 28.

‘Love on Tour’ was originally set to hit the UK in April of 2020, before the first COVID-19 lockdown forced the cancellation of gigs in Sheffield and Birmingham. Styles then went on to schedule new arena dates for the UK and Europe in February and March of 2021, only for the pandemic to scupper his plans again, with shows pulled in Manchester, Glasgow and London.

Now, he’ll return to those cities for massive outdoor gigs at Emirates Old Trafford, Ibrox and Wembley Stadium, respectively, as he finally brings acclaimed second solo album ‘Fine Line’ to his homeland.

In announcing support for the tour, Styles has again bolstered his indie credentials; as well as Mitski opening the UK gigs, Arlo Parks is on the bill at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, while Wolf Alice will join him in mainland Europe.

He’ll go onto take the tour to South America in November and December, visiting Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. Last week, he was confirmed to headline this year’s edition of Coachella Festival in California alongside Billie Eilish and Kanye West, topping the main stage lineup on the Friday night on both weekends of the April event.

Harry Styles, June 2022:

11 – Glasgow, Ibrox

15 – Manchester, Emirates Old Trafford

18 – London, Wembley Stadium