Love On Tour

Love On Tour is the upcoming second concert tour by English singer and songwriter Harry Styles. It will be launched in support of his second studio album, Fine Line (2019). It is set to begin on 14 August 2021 in Tacoma, Washington and consists of 85 announced dates in total.

Love On Tour
World tour by Harry Styles
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Location
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • Oceania
Associated albumFine Line
Start date14 August 2021 (2021-08-14)
End date31 October 2021 (2021-10-31)
Legs4
No. of shows85
Supporting acts
Harry Styles concert chronology

BackgroundEdit

On 4 November 2019, Styles announced the release of his second studio album Fine Line, which was released on 13 December 2019;[1] the first single "Lights Up" was released on digital platforms on 11 October.[2] During a radio interview with Capital FM on the singer announced that he would tour the world through 2020.[3] Styles announced the album's support tour, Love On Tour on November 13, exactly a month before the album's release.[4][5] In January 2020, it was announced, as part of the tour, Styles would perform as part of the 2020 Wango Tango concert.[6]

In March 2020, it was announced the 2020 Wango Tango concert had been cancelled;[7] it was subsequently announced that the European leg would be postponed to 2021, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.[8] In June of the same year, Styles pushed back the North American leg of the tour, including the planned "Harryween" event, to 2021.[9]

Tour datesEdit

List of North American concerts[10][a]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
14 August 2021 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome Jenny Lewis
16 August 2021 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
18 August 2021 Portland United States Moda Center
20 August 2021 San Jose SAP Center
21 August 2021 Sacramento Golden 1 Center
24 August 2021 Glendale Gila River Arena
27 August 2021 Inglewood The Forum
28 August 2021
30 August 2021
2 September 2021 San Diego Pechanga Arena
4 September 2021 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
7 September 2021 Denver Ball Arena
9 September 2021 San Antonio AT&T Center
11 September 2021 Dallas American Airlines Center
13 September 2021 Houston Toyota Center
15 September 2021 St. Louis Enterprise Center
17 September 2021 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
18 September 2021 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
20 September 2021 Detroit Little Caesars Arena
22 September 2021 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
24 September 2021 Chicago United Center
25 September 2021
28 September 2021 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena
29 September 2021
1 October 2021 Nashville United States Bridgestone Arena
3 October 2021 New York City Madison Square Garden
4 October 2021
7 October 2021 Orlando Amway Center
8 October 2021 Sunrise BB&T Center
10 October 2021 Tampa Amalie Arena
12 October 2021 Raleigh PNC Arena
14 October 2021 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena
16 October 2021 New York City Madison Square Garden
18 October 2021 Cleveland Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
20 October 2021 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
23 October 2021 Uncasville United States Mohegan Sun Arena
25 October 2021 Boston TD Garden
27 October 2021 Atlanta State Farm Arena
28 October 2021
30 October 2021 New York City Madison Square Garden Madison Cunningham
Orville Peck
31 October 2021

Postponed showsEdit

List of Latin America concerts[10]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
29 September 2020 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey Koffee
1 October 2020 Guadalajara Arena VFG
3 October 2020 Mexico City Foro Sol
7 October 2020 São Paulo Brazil Allianz Parque
9 October 2020 Rio de Janeiro Jeunesse Arena
11 October 2020 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Hipico
12 October 2020
14 October 2020 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
17 October 2020 Lima Perú Jockey Club del Perú
19 October 2020 Bogotá Colombia Movistar Arena
Total
List of Oceania concerts[10]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
20 November 2020 Sydney Australia Qudos Bank Arena Mabel
21 November 2020
23 November 2020 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
25 November 2020 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
26 November 2020
28 November 2020 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
29 November 2020
2 December 2020 Perth RAC Arena
Total
List of European concerts[10][b][11]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
12 February 2021 Bologna Italy Unipol Arena King Princess
13 February 2021 Turin Pala Alpitour
15 February 2021 Madrid Spain WiZink Center
16 February 2021 Lisbon Portugal Altice Arena
19 February 2021 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
20 February 2021 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
22 February 2021 Budapest Hungary László Papp Budapest Sports Arena
23 February 2021 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
25 February 2021 Kraków Poland Tauron Arena
28 February 2021 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
1 March 2021 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
3 March 2021 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena
4 March 2021 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena
6 March 2021 Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena
8 March 2021 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
9 March 2021 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
11 March 2021 Birmingham England Utilita Arena Birmingham
13 March 2021 Manchester Manchester Arena Joy Crookes
King Princess
16 March 2021 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro
17 March 2021 Sheffield England FlyDSA Arena King Princess
19 March 2021 Dublin Ireland 3Arena Joy Crookes
King Princess
23 March 2021 London England The O2 Arena
24 March 2021 King Princess
Swim Deep
26 March 2021 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena King Princess
27 March 2021 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
30 March 2021 Moscow Russia Megasport Sport Palace N/A
Total

Cancelled showsEdit

List of cancelled concerts
Date City Country Venue Reason Ref.
6 June 2020[c] Carson United States Dignity Health Sports Park COVID-19 pandemic [7]

ReferencesEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ These concerts were originally scheduled to take place in the summer of 2020, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. ^ These concerts were originally scheduled to take place in the spring of 2020, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  3. ^ The concert was supposed to be part of the 2020 iHeartRadio Wango Tango concert.

CitationsEdit

  1. ^ Styles, Harry (2019-11-04). "FINE LINE . THE ALBUM . DEC 13pic.twitter.com/ARzqYds8Vn". @Harry_Styles. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  2. ^ Tilchen, Jordyn. "Do You Know What These Mysterious Harry Styles Posters Mean?". MTV News. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  3. ^ Harry Styles Talks 2020 Tour, The Little Mermaid And Watermelon Sugar 🍉 | FULL INTERVIEW | Capital, retrieved 2019-11-13
  4. ^ Melas, Chloe (13 November 2019). "Harry Styles announces 2020 tour". CNN. United States: WarnerMedia. Archived from the original on 13 November 2019. Retrieved 13 November 2019.
  5. ^ Monroe, Jazz (13 November 2019). "Harry Styles Announces 2020 Tour with Jenny Lewis". Pitchfork. United States: Condé Nast. Archived from the original on 13 November 2019. Retrieved 13 November 2019.
  6. ^ Hachey, Connor (28 January 2020). "Harry Styles Will Perform at iHeartRadio KIIS FM Wango Tango 2020!". KIIS-FM. United States. Archived from the original on 29 February 2020. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
  7. ^ a b KIIS FM (24 March 2020). "iHeartRadio KIIS FM Wango Tango 2020 Cancelled". iHeartRadio. iHeartMedia. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  8. ^ Brandle, Lars (25 March 2020). "Harry Styles' Pan-European Tour Delayed Due to Coronavirus Crisis". Billboard. United States: Eldridge Industries. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  9. ^ Spanos, Brittany (10 June 2020). "Harry Styles Postpones Love on Tour, Harryween Shows to 2021". Rolling Stone. United States: Penske Media Corporation. Archived from the original on 10 June 2020. Retrieved 10 June 2020.
  10. ^ a b c d "Harry Styles | Tour". Official Website. United Kingdom. Archived from the original on 10 June 2020. Retrieved 10 June 2020.
  11. ^ Mamo, Heran (15 December 2020). "Harry Styles Postpones 2021 European Tour Dates: 'Will Have News for You in the New Year'". Billboard. United States: Eldridge Industries. Retrieved 3 February 2021.