Harry Styles has announced the first few details of his new album, ‘Harry’s House’
Originally thought to be titled ‘You Are Home’ by fans, the follow-up to his 2019 album ‘Fine Line’ will be released on 20th May.
He revealed the title and release date in a post on his Twitter channel earlier today (Wednesday 23rd March. There’s also an album trailer (ooh-er), which you can watch below
The album will land after his headline performance at this year’s Coachella, but before he heads out on a hefty tour across the world. His UK shows kick off on 11th June at the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, with two appearances scheduled at Manchester’s Ethiad Stadium, and London’s Wembley Stadium respectively.
11 Glasgow, U.K. Ibrox Stadium *
15 Manchester, U.K. Emirates Old Trafford *
16 Manchester, U.K. Emirates Old Trafford *
18 London, U.K. Wembley Stadium Connected by EE *
19 London, U.K. Wembley Stadium Connected by EE
22 Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium #
26 Hamburg, Germany Volksparkstadion ^
29 Stockholm, Sweden Tele2 Arena ^
01 Oslo, Norway Telenor Arena ^
03 Copenhagen, Denmark Royal Arena
05 Paris, France Accor Arena ^
07 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis ^
09 Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome ^
11 Munich, Germany Olympiahalle ^
13 Budapest, Hungary Budapest Arena ^
15 Prague, Czech Republic O2 Arena ^
16 Vienna, Austria Stadthalle ^
18 Krakow, Poland Tauron Arena ^
20 Berlin, Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena ^
22 Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena ^
25 Bologna, Italy Unipol Arena ^
26 Turin, Italy Pala Alpitour ^
29 Madrid, Spain WiZink Center ^
31 Lisbon, Portugal Altice Arena ^
20 Guadalajara, México Arena FVG ^^
22 Monterrey, México Arena Monterrey ^^
25 Mexico City, México Foro Sol ^^
27 Bogotá, Colombia Parque Salitre Mágico ^^
29 Lima, Peru Jockey Club ^^
01 Santiago, Chile Estadio Bicentenario La Florida ^^
03 Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio River Plate ^^
06 São Paulo, Brazil Allianz Parque ^^
08 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Área Externa da Jeunesse Arena ^^
10 Curitiba, Brazil Pedreira Paulo Leminski ^^
*confirmed special guests Mitski (*), Arlo Parks (#), Wolf Alice (^) and Koffee (^^)
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