Harry Styles London 2023: Artist extends tour with two Wembley shows - here’s how to buy tickets & setlist

The former One Direction singer  has announced 19 new dates on his Love On Tour European leg

Harry Styles has added more shows to his packed 2023 schedule, including new London dates.

Due to unprecedented demand, pop star Harry Styles has announced the continuation of Love On Tour with 19 newly announced dates in Europe including shows in Coventry, Edinburgh, Cardiff and London, as well as a show in Slane, Ireland.

Harry Styles has announced 19 new dates for his Love on Tour 2023 European shows.

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    Styles has been one of the hot commodities in the pop industry, coming off of a sold-out 43-date arena tour in 2021, and two special One Night Only shows in New York and London this year, including a headline gig at the Summertime Ball at Wembley.

    The tour is in aid of his new hit album, Harry’s House, which was released on all major streaming platforms on 20 May 2022.

    The album included hits such as As It Was, Late Night Talking, Music For a Sushi Restaurant and more.

    When is Harry Styles performing in London?

    Styles has announced two shows at the iconic Wembley Stadium and will be performing his new hits on Tuesday, 13 June and Wednesday, 14 June 2023.

    Styles is no stranger to performing at Wembley, and recently headlined at the stadium for the Capital FM Summertime Ball.

    How do I get tickets?

    Styles is one of the most in-demand singers in the world, and tickets for his shows will go  quickly.

    Tickets will go on presale first, with the Live Nation presale set to begin on Thursday, 1 September 2022 at 10am.

    Then, the following day on 2 September, tickets will go on general sale at 10am, and can also be purchased from Live Nation.

    Where else is he playing?

    Styles will be performing all over Europe, his 2023 UK and Europe tour dates are:

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

    What is a possible setlist?

    According to setlist.fm, a possible setlist could be:

    • Daydreaming
    • Golden
    • Adore You
    • Daylight
    • Keep Driving
    • Matilda
    • Little Freak
    • Satellite
    • Cinema
    • Music For a Sushi Restaurant
    • Treat People With Kindness
    • What Makes You Beautiful
    • Late Night Talking
    • Watermelon Sugar
    • Love of my Life

    Encore

    • Sign of the Times
    • As It Was 
    • Kiwi

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