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Harry Styles Adds New 2023 Dates for “Love On Tour”

Harry Styles is expanding his "Love On Tour" with the announcement of new 2023 dates. Although the world tour kicked off in September of 2021, the shows now support Styles' latest album, Harry's House.

 

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The newly announced dates are set to span shows in Europe, the U.S. and Brazil. Specifically, Styles will put on shows in places like the United Kingdom, France, The Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Spain and more. Alongside the 2023 European dates, Styles has revealed additional shows for Chicago, Austin and São Paulo.  Additionally, tour dates for Asia are slated to be announced soon.

Since touring following the release of his third studio album which was released in May of this year, the "Love On Tour" has included Arlo Parks, Blood Orange, Mitski and more. Currently, the "Love On Tour" is situated in New York City with an impressive 15 show-run at Madison Square Garden through September 21 before continuing on throughout the United States.

Check out the 2023 dates below. Tickets for the shows are available now online.

02/20: Perth, Australia - HBF Park!
02/24: Melbourne, Australia - Marvel Stadium 
02/25: Melbourne, Australia - Marvel Stadium
02/28: Gold Coast, Australia - Metricon Stadium
03/03: Sydney, Australia - Accor Stadium
03/04: Sydney, Australia - Accor Stadium
03/07: Auckland, New Zealand - Eden Park, Mt Smart Stadium
05/13: Horsens, Denmark - CASA Arena 
05/17: Munich, Germany - Olympiastadion 
05/22: Coventry, England - Coventry Building Society Arena
05/26: Edinburgh, Scotland - BT Murrayfield Stadium
06/01: Paris, France - Stade de France
06/05: Amsterdam, Netherlands - Johan Cruijff Arena
06/10: Slane, Ireland - Slane Castle
06/13: London, England - Wembley Stadium
06/14: London, England - Wembley Stadium
06/20: Cardiff, Wales - Principality Stadium
06/24: Werchter, Belgium - Festivalpark
06/27: Dusseldorf, Germany - Merkur Spielarena
07/02: Warsaw, Poland - PGE Narodowy
07/05: Frankfurt, Germany - Deutsche Bank Park 
07/08: Austria, Vienna - Ernst-Happel-Stadion
07/12: Barcelona, Spain - Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company
07/14: Madrid, Spain - Nuevo Espacio Mad Cool
07/18: Lisbon, Portugal - Passeio Maritimo Alges
07/22: Reggio Emilia, Italy - RCF Arena

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