Harry Styles announces UK dates for Love On Tour 2022

Harry will play his first stadium shows on his home turf next year.

Harry Styles has announced the re-scheduled UK dates for his Love On Tour shows in 2022. 

The former One Direction star will finally hit the road in support of his sophomore record Fine Line next year, after previously having to pause planned shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

But now, Harry has confirmed he will play four UK and Ireland stadiums next year, his first time playing such large venues. 

Love On Tour will visit Glasgow on June 11, Manchester on the 15, London's Wembley Stadium on June 18, before heading to Dublin June 22, then on to the rest of Europe. Harry will be supported on all his UK shows by US indie-pop auteur Mitski. Arlo Parks will support in Ireland, while Wolf Alice will take to the stage in mainland Europe.

MORE: Harry Styles' Official Charts history in full

Despite not releasing any new music, 2021 was a big year for Harry. He picked up the prestigious BRIT Award for Best British Single for his anthemic hit Watermelon Sugar (which peaked at Number 4 on the Official Singles Chart), the song also picked up Harry's first Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance too

And despite being released in 2019, Fine Line continued its dominance on the UK charts last year. It still ranked inside the Top 10 best-selling vinyl albums of the year, while Watermelon Sugar was the second best-selling vinyl single of the year in the UK as a whole.

Harry Styles' Love On Tour 2022 UK, Ireland and Europe tour 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) ^

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