Harry Styles has confirmed his return to Australia and New Zealand in 2023, just months after his ‘Love On Tour’ 2022 dates were officially cancelled.
Beginning in Perth on February 20th, Styles will then head to Melbourne, Gold Coast, and Sydney, before concluding in Auckland on March 7th. He’ll be joined on the tour by acclaimed British indie rock duo Wet Leg, whose self-titled debut album just topped the charts in the UK and Australia.
It comes just months after Styles confirmed that he wouldn’t be able to tour the two countries in 2022. “To everyone in Australia and New Zealand, I can’t believe it’s been four years,” he shared in a statement released via Live Nation at the time. “I can’t wait to see you again, but unfortunately it is just not possible at this time. I will be sharing news soon about new shows, I love you all so much – I miss you, and I can’t wait to see you.”
General tickets for the new tour dates go on sale on Wednesday, April 27th (12pm AEST), with the My Live Nation pre-sale beginning on Tuesday, April 26th (11am AEST).
Styles is currently preparing for the release of his highly-anticipated new album, Harry’s House, set to be released on May 20th. His third album will be the follow-up to his record-breaking 2019 album Fine Line. Harry’s House was teased earlier this month by lead single “As It Was”, which reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart.
Last weekend, Styles headlined Coachella Festival for the first time, bringing out Shania Twain to perform her classic songs like “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”. He also performed “As It Was” live for the first time, as well as two unreleased songs, “Boyfriends” and “Late Night Talking”. Styles will also headline Coachella again this weekend.
Harry Styles ‘Love On Tour’ 2023 Australia and New Zealand
My Live Nation pre-sale begins Tuesday, April 26th 2022 (11am AEST)
General sale begins Wednesday, April 27th 2022 (12pm AEST)
Tickets via livenation.com.au
Monday, February 20th
HBF Park, Perth, WA
Friday, February 24th
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, VIC
Tuesday, February 28th
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast, QLD
Friday, March 3rd
Accor Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Tuesday, March 7th
Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, NZ