Harry Styles sent his fans into meltdown yesterday when he announced he will be hitting the road on a world tour next year.
The former One Direction heart throb’s tour Love On Tour kicks off in April 2020 and coincides with the release of his upcoming album, Fine Line, on 13th December, nearly two years after his debut self-titled album Sign of the Times.
The UK leg of the tour will begin at Birmingham Arena and then Harry will move on to Sheffield, Dublin, London, Manchester and Glasgow. After his short stint in the UK the tour takes him across Europe then onto America finishing in October 2020.
Manchester fans will get to see him strut his stuff and swish his famous curls on 25th April at the Manchester Arena.
He will be joined on the European leg of his tour by pop star King Princess and singer/songwriter Jenny Lewis in the U.S and Canada.
Harry Styles superfans (or ‘Harries’) who pre-order the album Fine Lines via his website on 17th November will get priority access to tickets for the world tour.
Frantic fans haven’t been able to process the news, sending the Twittersphere into meltdown.
@Harry_Styles how am i suppose to stay calm after the tour announcement? i’m so scared
— ◟̽fineline◞̽ (@neednialI) November 13, 2019
One fan said “I’m so scared, How can i stay calm after this announcement!?” whilst another has tweeted “I can’t breathe. I’m now planning my whole life around April 2020!”
literally everything i do for the next year will be for harry styles love on tour. go to work? for harry. write my essay? for harry. take a shower? for harry. eat and breathe? for harry
— lily (@doublelaurels) November 13, 2019
Fine Line is available for pre-order now on CD, vinyl and via a special edition album that includes a 32-page book with exclusive behind the scenes photos from the recording process. The 12-track album features the new single Lights Up which has accumulated over 100 million video views and streams to date.
Harry is pulling double duty on NBC’s Saturday Night Live this Saturday (16th November) when he hosts for the first time and performs new music from the album, including the television performance debut of Lights Up.
If you want to see Harry perform in Manchester with his trademark hair-do and kooky dress sense, tickets are available from 10am on 22nd November. But you better be quick as they are expected to sell out in record time.
A contribution from every ticket sold will be donated to local charities. Two new t-shirts in celebration of the tour are now available in Harry’s official online shop.