Harry Styles ANNOUNCES Rescheduled Dates For His World Tour 2022


Harry Styles has announced the second round of rescheduled 2022 world tour dates. The news follows the announcement that Harry will be taking a break from his solo career to work on a new album for One Direction.

A tweet from the official One Direction Twitter account reads: “We’re working hard with harry and we’ll announce tour dates soon.”

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It is unclear when One Direction’s new album will be released. It is also not known if Harry will continue to tour as a solo artist following the release of his new album with 1D or cancel some or all of his solo shows to join them on their Greatest Hits stadium tour.

Harry recently wrapped up touring behind his self-titled debut album. His final show was at London’s Wembley Stadium on 15th June 2018.

He then announced that he would take a well-earned break from music to focus on his personal life.

His break comes after two years of non-stop touring and recording.

Tickets for his solo tour sold out in minutes, making him one of the world’s biggest selling artists.

He reportedly earns around $150 million a year from record sales and royalties. He also earns millions more from endorsements with brands such as Topman and Tommy Hilfiger.

In 2014, Harry was named the richest British musician under 30 having made more than $75 million that year alone.

Source: Geo.tv
  • 11 June – Glasgow, U.K. – Ibrox Stadium (New Show)
  • 15 June – Manchester, U.K. – Emirates Old Trafford (New Show)
  • 18 June – London, U.K. – Wembley Stadium (New Show)
  • 22 June – Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium (New Show)
  • 26 June – Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion (New Show)
  • 29 June – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena (New Show)
  • 1 July – Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena (New Show)
  • 3 July – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 5 July – Paris, France – Accor Arena (New Show)
  • 7 July – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis (Rescheduled Date)
  • 9 July – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome (Rescheduled Date)
  • 11 July – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle (Rescheduled Date)
  • 13 July – Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 15 July – Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 16 July – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle (Rescheduled Date)
  • 18 July – Krakow, Poland – Tauron Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 20 July – Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 22 July – Cologne, Germany – Lanxess Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 25 July – Bologna, Italy – Unipol Arena (Rescheduled Date)
  • 26 July – Turin, Italy – Pala Alpitour (Rescheduled Date)
  • 29 July – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center (Rescheduled Date)
  • 31 July – Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena (Rescheduled Date)

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