Harry Styles Announces 2023 European Run, Adds Dates To Austin & Chicago


It’s Harry Styles’ world, and we’re just living in it. As the entire globe is unable to get enough of the 28-year-old superstar, a new leg of tour dates in Europe for next spring and summer have been announced, as well as added tour dates to his current North American leg and upcoming South American dates.

Austin’s Moody Center will have Harry’s House for an extra night on Oct. 3, while Chicago’s United Center will continue to be Harry’s House until Oct. 15, making for six shows in both cities. Following his North American tour dates, Styles will be heading to Latin America, with a final show added in São Paulo, Brazil at Allianz Parque on Dec. 13. His Nov. 29 show in Lima, Peru has also upgraded the venue to now be taking place at Estadio Nacional due to high-demand.

Then, following the wrap of his tour dates in the land down under, Styles will then return to Europe starting on May 13 at Denmark’s CASA Arena with stops in Munich, Germany; Edinburgh, UK; Paris, Amsterdam, two more nights at Wembley Stadium in London, Warsaw, Poland, Austria, Barcelona, Madrid and more before wrapping at Reggio Emilia, Italy on July 22. Wet Leg will be joining Styles on all European tour dates, with Inhaler performing on June 10, 2023 in Slane, Ireland.

Styles is currently in the midst of his “traveling residency,” which sees him taking over Madison Square Garden for 15 nights. Following the initial announcement that he would be playing at the venue for 10 nights, five more shows were added to the MSG dates, as well as at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, making for 15 total at each venue. The “traveling residency” dates kicked off on Aug. 15 and 16 at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, which sold a total of 36,607 tickets and saw a $6.89 million gross, according to reports submitted to Pollstar’s Boxoffice.

Earlier this summer, the former One Direction bandmate returned to Europe for the first time since the pandemic, selling out two nights at London’s Wembley Stadium with a total 147,269 tickets grossing $14.8 million on June 18 and 19. Other highlights from his European leg included two nights at Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester on June 15 and 16, selling 99,526 tickets and grossing $9.5 million. His July 18 show at Krakow, Poland’s TAURON Arena Kraków grossed $1.7 million, with every date submitted to Pollstar‘s Boxoffice from his European leg seeing 100% of tickets sold.

To call 2022 a massive year for Styles would simply be an understatement. The pop sensation (who may or may not be the newly-anointed “King of Pop”) headlined two nights at Coachella (bringing out Shania Twain and Lizzo), the release of his third solo album, Harry’s House, two listening parties at UBS Arena in Elmont Park, New York and in London, and a sold-out European tour. With the newly-announced tour dates, 2023 is on track to be just as successful for the singer.

Tickets for those hoping to catch this generation’s pop icon go on sale Aug. 29 at 9 a.m. PET. São Paulo will be available on Aug. 30 at 10 a.m. local, with the added dates in Austin and Chicago available for purchase on Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. local. All European tour dates will go on sale Sept. 2 at 10 a.m. local time.

Harry Styles Love On Tour 2023 European Dates
05/13 – CASA Arena – Horsens, Denmark!
05/17 – Olympiastadion – Munich, Germany!
05/22 – Coventry Building Society Arena – Coventry, UK!
05/26 – BT Murrayfield Stadium – Edinburgh, UK!
06/01 – Stade De France – Paris, France!
06/05 – Johan Cruijff Arena – Amsterdam, Netherlands!
06/10 – Slane Castle – Slane, Ireland*!
06/13 – Wembley Stadium – London, UK!
06/14 – Wembley Stadium – London, UK!
06/20 – Principality Stadium – Cardiff, UK!
06/24 – Festivalpark – Werchter, Belgium!
06/27 – Merkur Spiel-Arena – Dusseldorf, Germany!
07/02 – PGE Narodowy – Warsaw, Poland!
07/05 – Deutsche Bank Park – Frankfurt, Germany!
07/08 – Ernst-Hampel-Stadion – Austria, Vienna!
07/12 – Estadi Olimpic Louis Company – Barcelona, Spain!
07/14 – Nuevo Espacio Mad Cool – Madrid, Spain!
07/18 – Passeio Marítimo Alges – Lisbon, Portugal!
07/22 – RCF Arena – Reggio Emilia, Italy!
!Wet Leg