2017 is shaping up to be The Year of Harry Styles.
The One Direction singer’s first solo track has already debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and he gave a memorable breakout performance on “Saturday Night Live” earlier this month. Now, Styles is taking his act worldwide.
The “Sign of the Times” singer announced the dates of his world tour Friday morning. Styles will perform in intimate venues in 13 cities across North America before traveling to Europe, Australia and Asia. Titled “Harry Styles Live on Tour,” the whole thing kicks off Sept. 19 in San Francisco.
Tickets go on sale May 5, so start testing your reaction time and click speed now. We don’t want another Adele situation on our hands, now, do we?
Styles’ hotly anticipated solo album will be released on Friday, May 12. At least you can console yourself with that self-titled debut if you don’t get tickets to any of the tour destinations below.
Sept. 19 ― San Francisco, California, at The Masonic
Sept. 20 ― Los Angeles, California, at The Greek Theatre
Sept. 25 ― Nashville, Tennessee, at Ryman Auditorium
Sept. 26 ― Chicago, Illinois, at The Chicago Theatre
Sept. 28 ― New York, New York, at Radio City Music Hall
Sept. 30 ― Boston, Massachusetts, at Wang Theatre
Oct. 1 ― Washington, D.C., at DAR Constitution Hall
Oct. 4 ― Toronto, Canada, at Massey Hall
Oct. 5 ― Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, at Tower Theater
Oct. 8 ― Atlanta, Georgia at The Roxy
Oct. 10 ― Irving, Texas at The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
Oct. 11 ― Austin, Texas at ACL Live at The Moody Theater
Oct. 14 ― Phoenix, Arizona at Comerica Theatre
Oct. 25 ― Paris, France, at L’Olympia
Oct. 27 ― Cologne, Germany, at Palladium
Oct. 29 ― London, U.K., at Eventim Apollo
Oct. 30 ― London, U.K., at Eventim Apollo
Nov. 1 ― Manchester, U.K., at O2 Apollo Manchester
Nov. 2 ― Glasgow, U.K., at SEC Armadillo
Nov. 5 ― Stockholm, Sweden, at Fryshuset
Nov. 7 ― Berlin, Germany, at Tempodrome
Nov. 8 ― Amsterdam, Netherlands, at AFAS Live
Nov. 10 ― Milan, Italy, at Alcatraz
Nov. 23 ― Singapore at The Star Theatre
Nov. 26 ― Sydney, Australia, at Enmore Theatre
Nov. 30 ― Melbourne, at Forum Theatre
Dec. 2 ― Auckland, New Zealand, at Spark Arena
Dec. 7 ― Tokyo, Japan, at EX Theater
Dec. 8 ― Tokyo, Japan, at EX Theater