Harry Styles' World Tour Has Added More Dates

by Amy Mackelden
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It's time to stop weeping into your One Direction pillow case, because Harry Styles has added more shows to his sold out tour, meaning that Cinderella may go to the ball, after all. According to Rolling Stone, Styles added 56 dates to his world tour, so getting tickets may be a little easier than it was the last time around. Supported by Kacey Musgraves, the singer will be on the road for the majority of 2017 and 2018, and fan demand for tickets has already been phenomenal. By adding so many new dates, Styles will be pleasing his fans all over the world who didn't manage to land a ticket the first time.

Throughout June and July 2018, Styles will play arenas in cities including Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York, and Washington D.C., Denver, and Los Angeles. If it's currently your dream to get tickets to see Harry Styles live, then there are several things you can do. For starters, check out the singer's website for the latest tour and ticket information. It's also a very good idea to sign up for Ticketmaster's Verified Fan Presale as soon as possible, to have the best shot at getting tickets first.

Styles' solo career has gotten off to a great start. His self-titled album debuted at number one in many countries, including Australia, Canada, and the UK. In the US alone, Harry Styles sold 230,000 copies in the first week, entering the Billboard 200 in the top spot. It's hardly surprising that so many people want to see the British pop singer live in concert, and his latest announcement of more tour dates proves that he appreciates his fans.

Tickets go on sale next Friday, June 16, so prepare yourself appropriately.

6/5/2018 Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center

6/7/2018 Houston, TX — Toyota Center

6/9/2018 Ft. Lauderdale, FL — BB&T Center

6/11/2018 Atlanta, GA — Infinite Energy Center

6/12/2018 Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena

6/15/2018 Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center

6/16/2018 Toronto, ON — Air Canada Centre

6/18/2018 Boston, MA — TD Garden

6/21/2018 New York, NY — Madison Square Garden

6/24/2018 Washington D.C. — Verizon Center

6/26/2018 Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena

6/27/2018 Indianapolis, IN — Bankers Life Fieldhouse

6/30/2018 Chicago, IL — United Center

7/1/2018 St. Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center

7/3/2018 Denver, CO — Pepsi Center

7/6/2018 Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena

7/7/2018 Seattle, WA — Key Arena

7/9/2018 Sacramento, CA — Golden 1 Center

7/11/2018 San Jose, CA — SAP Center at San Jose

7/13/2018 Los Angeles, CA — The Forum