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Harry Styles tour 2022: Tickets, prices, dates, and UK venues for Love on Tour

Harry Styles is set to return to the UK with a bang later this year, and we couldn’t be more ready.

The former One Direction star, 27, is bringing his 2022 Love On Tour to England and Scotland before heading to Europe in his biggest show-stopper yet.

Having carved out a hugely successful solo career with multiple chart-topping singles, a recent US tour and being unveiled as a headline act for Coachella 2022, Harry is heading home with a mega-tour this summer.

The European tour includes rescheduled dates initially postponed due to the pandemic, as well as several new shows, and his first-ever stadium concerts.

So, when is Harry Styles playing in the UK, where is he performing and how can you get tickets?

When are Harry Styles’ UK shows?

Harry Styles has announced three shows in the UK: two in England and one in Scotland, all with support from Mitski.

On Saturday, June 11, Harry will kick off his UK dates with a show in the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland.

Wednesday, June 15 will see the Watermelon Sugar star head to Manchester’s Emirates Old Trafford Stadium.

And finally, on Saturday June 18 Harry will play Wembley Stadium in London.

How can you get tickets to the Harry Styles 2022 tour?

Tickets for all of Harry Styles’ UK tour dates are available to buy from Live Nation.

Ticket prices for the Manchester and Glasgow shows range from £50.65 for side view seats or £78.80 for general admission standing, £110 for standing pods, all the way up to £189.00 for the premium seat package, according to PinkNews.

Ticket prices for the Wembley arena gig are yet to be announced but are expected to be similar to the Glasgow and Manchester shows.

Tickets for the new shows in Glasgow, Manchester and London go on general sale on Friday, January 28 at 9am.

Check out tickets for the Harry Styles Love On Tour 2022 from LiveNation.co.uk.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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