One Direction star Harry Styles will hit the road in 2020 for a huge world tour supporting his upcoming new album 'Fine Line'.
Harry Styles has announced a world tour for 2020.
The former One Direction star - who launched his solo career with his self titled debut album in 2017 - is set to hit the road next year in support of his upcoming second LP 'Fine Line'.
Starting off the UK leg with a night in Birmingham on April 15, the huge 'Love On Tour' run will see the 25-year-old star perform across mainland Europe, the US and Mexico, with the final date at Mexico City's Foro Sol on October 3.
For the European shows, Harry will be joined by rising star King Princess, while singer songwriter Jenny Lewis hits the US and Jamaican reggae musician Koffee will conclude that tour before taking to the stage in Mexico.
More dates are set to be announced soon for South America, while confirming of shows in Asia, Australia and more will be revealed in 2020.
Tickets go on sale on November 22, with a contribution per ticket going to ''various local charities'', with priority access on November 17 for UK fans who pre-order 'Fine Line' in any format through Harry's official UK online store.
For US and Canada fans - and select European dates - American Express Card members can buy tickets in certain markets from November to November 21.
Harry recently released new track 'Lights Up', which came as the first song he had released since his debut album.
He also shared the video to the song, in which he is largely shirtless and grinds and dances with other scantily-clad people, with the whole group soaking wet.
The track was produced by its co-writers, Tyler Johnson and Kid Harpoon.
Love On Tour UK dates:
15 April: Birmingham, UK - Arena Birmingham
17 April: Sheffield, UK - FlyDSA Arena
19 April: Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena
22 April: London, UK - The O2
23 April: London, UK - The O2
25 April: Manchester, UK - Manchester Arena
26 April: Glasgow, UK - The SSE Hydro
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