HARRY STYLES ANNOUNCES RESCHEDULED 2022 TOUR + NEW DATES INCLUDING FIRST EVER STADIUMS

HARRY STYLES ANNOUNCES RESCHEDULED 2022 TOUR
+ NEW DATES INCLUDING FIRST EVER STADIUMS

ARLO PARKS, KOFFEE, MITSKI & WOLF ALICE CONFIRMED AS SPECIAL GUESTS
ON SELECT DATES

THREE NEW U.K. SHOWS AT IBROX STADIUM GLASGOW, EMIRATES OLD TRAFFORD MANCHESTER AND LONDON’S WEMBLEY STADIUM ADDED

TICKETS GO ON GENERAL SALE 9AM ON FRIDAY 28 JANUARY AT LIVENATION.CO.UK

WHO: Harry Styles
WHAT: Love On Tour 2022 – rescheduled and new dates!

Multi-platinum recording artist Harry Styles announces the rescheduled dates for his world tour, in addition to new shows added across the globe. Styles will kick off his colossal 32-city outing with three brand new stadium dates in the U.K. in June, and a further four stadiums in Europe including a brand new show at Glasgow Ibrox Stadium, Manchester Emirates Old Trafford and London Wembley Stadium through June.  The tour will continue in July with rescheduled arena dates in Europe, as well as a new show at Accor Arena in Paris, before concluding in Latin America later this year. All existing tickets for rescheduled shows will remain valid. Tickets for the new shows go on general sale 9am on Friday 28 January at LiveNation.co.uk

Special guests include Mitski on the UK dates, Arlo Parks in Dublin, Wolf Alice on select European dates and Koffee across all Latin American dates.

Ticket holders for the 2020 UK Arena tour dates *will be refunded* and receive an exclusive access presale to ensure priority access to the new performance at Glasgow Ibrox Stadium, Manchester Emirates Old Trafford and London Wembley Stadium. Ticket holders will be contacted by their ticket agent with details.

Harry Styles has established himself as one of the biggest and most influential artists in music. His self-titled debut solo album became one of the world’s top-ten best selling albums of the year and had the biggest first week of sales by a male artist in history. His second album, Fine Line, topped the Billboard 200 when it was released, making it Harry’s second US Number One album and made chart history providing the biggest sales week for a solo UK male artist since Nielsen Music began electronically trading sales data in 1991. Since launching his solo career, he has gained prestigious accolades including, two BRIT awards, a Grammy award, an Ivor Novello Award an American Music Award and many others across the world, in addition to being the first man to appear solo on the cover of Vogue Magazine.

Harry is equally renowned as an incredible live performer. His Love On Tour shows were postponed due to the pandemic and finally started in September 2021 in Las Vegas. Harry performed over 40 shows throughout the US at the end of last year winning praise from fans and critics alike.  His shows are packed with his global hit singles including Sign of the Times, Lights Up, Adore You, Watermelon Sugar and Kiwi.

TICKETS: Tickets go on sale for Harry Styles’ Love On Tour 2022 9am on Friday 28 January at LiveNation.co.uk

The tour will be following all local and public health guidelines as well as venue protocols set forth at the time of each show. 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.

Harry Styles 2022 Love On Tour

*EXISTING TICKETS REMAIN VALID FOR ALL RESCHEDULED DATES*

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) ^
Sunday 20 November            Guadalajara, México          Arena FVG (Rescheduled Date) ^^
Tuesday 22 November           Monterrey, México             Arena Monterrey (Rescheduled Date) ^^
Friday 25 November              Mexico City, México           Foro Sol (Rescheduled Date) ^^
Sunday 27 November            Bogotá, Colombia              Parque Salitre Mágico (Rescheduled Date-New Venue)^^
Tuesday 29 November           Lima, Peru                        Jockey Club (Rescheduled Date) ^^
Thursday 01 December         Santiago, Chile Estadio    Bicentenario La Florida (Rescheduled Date-New Venue)^^
Saturday 03 December         Buenos Aires, Argentina     Estadio River Plate(Rescheduled Date-New Venue)^^
Tuesday 06 December         São Paulo, Brazil                 Allianz Parque (Rescheduled Date) ^^
Thursday 08 December        Rio De Janeiro, Brazil         Área Externa da Jeunesse Arena (Rescheduled Date-New Venue)^^
Saturday 10 December        Curitiba, Brazil                     Pedreira Paulo Leminski (New Show) ^^

*confirmed special guests Mitski (*), Arlo Parks (#), Wolf Alice (^) and Koffee (^^)

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About Harry Styles
Harry Styles’ sophomore solo effort Fine Line continues his utterly unique first decade in music. At just 27, Harry’s sophisticated romantic rock record earned critical acclaim and huge commercial success. Fine Line, released in December 2019 on Columbia Records, achieved an array of history-making records and topped the charts at #1 in over 20 countries, amassing a total of 5 Billion streams worldwide to date. The 2x Platinum album debuted at #1 in the U.S. on the Billboard 200 with over 478,000 equivalent album units sold, making history as the biggest sales week for a solo U.K. male artist’s album since Nielsen Music began electronically tracking sales data in 1991, and was recently named one of the top 500 albums of all time by Rolling Stone. Fine Line has produced 2 multi-platinum #1 singles with “Watermelon Sugar,” which won the Grammy Award® for Best Pop Solo Performance and the 2021 BRIT Award for Best British Single, and “Adore You,” which also received a Grammy nomination for Best Music Video. Styles and Fine Line were also nominated for Best Male and MasterCard Album of the Year at the 2020 BRIT AWARDS. He became an overnight sensation with the band One Direction which conquered the world, touring and scoring hits at a frantic pace, while he began to evolve as a songwriter and performer. Styles went his own way in spring 2017 when he dropped his first solo single: the double-platinum piano epic “Sign of the Times,” which Rolling Stone named the Song of the Year. His self-titled debut album released in May 2017, entered the Billboard 200 at #1 and topped charts at #1 in over 55 countries. The timeless 10-track album confirmed Styles as an artist schooled in the classics, while still breaking new ground. He toured the album in 2017 and 2018 with 90 sold-out shows in over 20 countries. He made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan’s Oscar-nominated film “Dunkirk” in July 2017, becoming the first British artist with a #1 debut single, album and film in the same year. Up next, he will kick off his world tour Love on Tour in 2021 in support of Fine Line.

About Arlo Parks
Born Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho, the 20-year-old from West London – who burst onto the scene with 2018’s “Cola” – uses poetry as her songwriting compass, weaving vivid imagery and sensory touches throughout the stirring, honest stories that make up her already-rich body of work. When she was 14, Arlo downloaded Garageband and started making beats to rhyme her poetry to, which over time naturally morphed into singing and the dulce soprano that sets her apart in today’s music climate. In 2017, she took a chance and submitted her recordings to BBC Introducing, which led to her first interview, management and recording contract. In the summer of 2018, Arlo collaborated with producer Gianluca Buccellati on 2019’s acclaimed Super Sad Generation. Arlo’s Sophie EP quickly followed, alongside performances at Glastonbury and Latitude Festivals and supporting slots on tour with Jordan Rakei and Loyle Carner. A place on the BBC Sound Poll, and inclusion in Dazed’s 100 List, followed in 2020. Landing covers with NME and Evening Standard, winning the AIM One to Watch and BBC Introducing Artist Of The Year Awards, making her debut appearances on COLORS and Later…. with Jools Holland, all whilst gaining champions in Phoebe Bridgers, Billie Eilish, Florence Welch, Lily Allen, Michaela Coel and Michelle Obama. Arlo’s forthcoming debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, features the breakthrough singles “Black Dog”, “Hurt” and “Green Eyes” – which also features vocals from friend, Clairo. While in quarantine, Arlo wrote and recorded the album’s twelve songs – collaborating again with Gianuca, but also introducing Paul Epworth (Adele, Glass Animals) and David Wrench (Frank Ocean, Sampha) – whilst drawing from the likes of Ram Dass to DJ Rashad and DJ Shadow to The Beatles to experiment with sound. A young mind well beyond her years, Arlo’s otherworldly storytelling talent and keen emotional intelligence is sure to turn her artistic dreams to reality.

About Koffee
Koffee is Jamaican born Mikayla ‘Koffee’ Simpson. Her 2019 debut Rapture EP took the sounds of new Jamaica and presented them to the world, culminating with Koffee becoming both the first ever female and youngest ever artist to win the Best Reggae Album award at the GRAMMYs. A bona-fide breakout star, Koffee has collaborated with the likes of J Hus, Gunna, Protoje and Daniel Ceasar, recently stepped on stage with WizKid in front of 20,000 people at London’s legendary O2 venue, fronted global campaigns for the likes of Nike Air Jordan and Clarks and performed the title track to this year’s acclaimed The Harder They Fall film on a stacked soundtrack that featured the likes of Jay-Z, Jadakiss, Barrington Levy, Cee Lo Green, Backroad Gee and Lauryn Hill.

About Mitski
Mitski’s upcoming album Laurel Hell is set to release on February 4, 2022. The album cements her reputation as an artist capable of using her talent to perform the alchemy that turns our most savage and alienated experiences into the very elixir that cures them. Her critically beloved last album, Be the Cowboy, built on the breakout acclaim of 2016Puberty 2, launched her from cult favorite to indie star. She ascended amid a fever of national division, and the grind of touring and pitfalls of increased visibility influenced her music as much as her spirit. She is known for writing songs that strip away masks and reveal the complex and often contradictory realities behind them. Mitski wrote many of the songs on Laurel Hell during or before 2018, while the album finished mixing in May 2021. It is the longest span of time Mitski has ever spent on a record, and a process that concluded amid a radically changed world. She recorded Laurel Hell with her longtime producer Patrick Hyland throughout the isolation of a global pandemic. The tension that emerges between her refined but plaintive lyrics and the effervescent 1980s sound is a desperately needed infusion, and the work of a mature artist: an album that delivers nuanced profundity on a current of contagious dance beats. It is irresistible. Mitski has written a soundtrack for transformation, a map to the place where vulnerability and resilience, sorrow and delight, error and transcendence can all sit within our humanity, can all be seen as worthy of acknowledgment, and ultimately, love.

About Wolf Alice
Wolf Alice are Ellie Rowsell (vocals, guitar), Joff Oddie (guitar, vocals), Joel Amey (drums) and Theo Ellis (bass). Since forming, the band have seen their 2015 gold-selling debut album My Love Is Cool soar to #2 on the UK chart and, their sophomore album Visions Of A Life win the 2018 Hyundai Mercury Prize. They have picked up a GRAMMY nomination for Best Rock Performance, two BRIT nominations and taken home two NME Awards and the Q Award for Best Live Band. For their Visions Of A Life world tour, the band played a massive 187 shows – including a sold out Alexandra Palace, London and 2 sold out dates at Brixton Academy London. The band have graced the stage at various worldwide festivals including the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury. 2021 sees the band return with their third album ‘Blue Weekend’ to be released on 4th June.

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