Harry Styles’ announced 19 new dates that'll span across Europe, North America and Brazil for his 'L...

Harry Styles Added So Many New Love On Tour Dates

This man does not rest.

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It seems like Harry Styles’ Love On Tour may just live on forever. On Aug. 26, the “Late Night Talking” star announced 19 new dates to the tour’s already extensive 2023 roster. These new additions largely take place in Europe with brief pop-ups in North and South America.

It’s another impressive slate of shows for Styles, who has barely stopped touring since kicking off the concert series in September 2021. Currently, Styles is rockin’ his signature feather boa while dodging thrown chicken nuggets (Yes, you read that right) at New York’s Madison Square Garden for his 15-night residency through Sept. 21 before heading to Austin; Chicago; and Inglewood, California for additional extended stays. After this, well, he’ll continue touring. Talk about being booked and busy.

The newly announced dates include stops in cities across the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, and Spain. The performer also extended his time in already scheduled locations like Austin, Chicago, and São Paulo. Finally, Harry set a venue upgrade for his Peru show on Nov. 29. It will now take place at Estadio Nacional, which holds up to 43,000 seats.


That’s not the only exciting news, either. The “Cinema” singer also revealed that dates for shows in Asia will be announced soon. If you haven’t already, brush up on your Harry’s House knowledge and read on for more details about Styles’ Love On Tour new dates, because there’s a lot to come in the next year.

Who are the opening acts on Styles’ Love On Tour?

Madi Diaz opened for his two Toronto shows in August 2022, while English singer Blood Orange has served as the opening act for his New York residency since Aug. 20. In September, jazz-powered trio Gabriels will open for the singer’s following shows in Austin. For his October stint in Chicago, R&B crooner Jessie Ware will be his supporting act, while singer Ben Harper will round out as an opener for his stops in Los Angeles through November.

Singer-songwriter Koffee will tour with Harry in South America in November and December.

Once Harry heads to Europe in February of next year, British indie rock duo Wet Leg will support Styles on all the European dates. Rock band, Inhaler, will then join Styles and Wet Leg on the June 10 show in Slane, Ireland.

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What’s left of the 2022 leg of Styles’ Love On Tour?

The remaining 2022 dates are below:

  • Sept. 1 - Sept. 21 in New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
  • Sept. 25 - Oct. 2 in Austin, TX at Moody Center
  • Oct. 6 - Oct. 14 in Chicago, IL at United Center
  • Oct. 23 - Nov. 15 in Los Angeles, CA at Kia Forum
  • Nov. 20 in Guadalajara, Mexico at Arena VFG
  • Nov. 22 in Monterrey, Mexico at Arena Monterrey
  • Nov. 24 and Nov. 25 in Mexico City, Mexico at Foro Sol
  • Nov. 27 in Bogotá, Colombia at Salitre Mágico
  • Nov. 29 in Lima, Peru at Jockey Club
  • Dec. 1 in Santiago, Chile at Estadio Bicentenario de la Florida
  • Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 in Buenos Aires, Argentina at Estadio River Plate
  • Dec. 6 in São Paulo, Brazil at Allianz Parque
  • Dec. 8 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at Area Externa da Jeunesse Arena
  • Dec. 10 in Curitiba, Brazil at Pedreira Paulo Leminski

Which cities will Styles visit on his 2023 Love On Tour series?

Styles will begin the 2023 tour on the following dates:

  • Feb. 20 in Perth, Australia at HBF Park
  • Feb. 24 & Feb. 25 in Melbourne, Australia at Marvel Stadium
  • Feb. 28 in Gold Coast, Australia at Metricon Stadium
  • Mar. 3 & Mar. 4 in Sydney, Australia at Accor Stadium
  • Mar 7. in Auckland, New Zealand at Eden Park, Mt Smart Stadium

Then, he’ll fly to Europe for the remaining summer performances:

  • May 13 in Horsens, Denmark at CASA Arena
  • May 17 in Munich, Germany at Olympiastadion
  • May 22 in Coventry, UK at Coventry Building Society Arena
  • May 26 in Edinburgh, UK at BT Murrayfield Stadium
  • Jun. 1 in Paris, France at Stade De France
  • Jun. 5 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Johan Cruijff Arena
  • Jun. 10 in Slane, Ireland at Slane Castle
  • Jun. 13 & 14 in London, UK at Wembley Stadium
  • Jun. 20 in Cardiff, UK at Principality Stadium
  • Jun. 24 in Werchter, Belgium at Festivalpark
  • Jun. 27 in Dusseldorf, Germany at MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA
  • Jul 2 in Warsaw, Poland at PGE Narodowy
  • Jul 5 in Frankfurt, Germany at Deutsche Bank Park
  • Jul 8 in Austria, Vienna at Ernst-Happel-Stadion
  • Jul 12 in Barcelona, Spain at Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company
  • Jul 14 in Madrid, Spain at Nuevo Espacio Mad Cool
  • Jul 18 in Lisbon, Portugal at Passeio Maritimo Alges
  • Jul 22 in Reggio Emilia, Italy at RCF Arena

What is Styles’ Love On Tour setlist?

With Styles’ Love On Tour incorporating both the singer’s 2021 album, Fine Line, and his recent Harry’s House record, there are so many songs to choose from. So far, a lengthy setlist was uploaded to Styles’ Aug. 28 New York residency date via; however, this song catalog is unconfirmed.

Check out the unofficial list below:

  1. Daydreaming
  2. Golden
  3. Adore You
  4. Daylight
  5. Keep Driving
  6. Matilda
  7. Little Freak
  8. Satellite
  9. Happy Birthday to You (Mildred J. Hill & Patty Hill cover)
  10. Cinema
  11. Treat People With Kindness
  12. What Makes You Beautiful (One Direction song)
  13. Late Night Talking
  14. Music for a Sushi Restaurant
  15. Watermelon Sugar
  16. Love of My Life


  1. Sign of the Times
  2. As It Was
  3. Kiwi

When do tickets for Styles’ Love On Tour go on sale?

The tickets for his shows can be found on Harry’s website.

What is the Love On Tour merch?

If technicolored boas aren’t yet part of your concert wardrobe, then copping merch specifically designed for this tour ahead of time is a must. On Styles’ official merch website, fans can purchase everything from Love On Tour hoodies for $69.99 to minimalistic Harry’s House tees at $40.

Stay tuned for more info about Styles’ ever-expanding tour, because there’s no telling if the singer will add an additional date or two.

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