Harry Styles Just Announced Australian 2020 Tour Dates And We’re About To McFucking Lose it

Our reigning king of pop Harry Styles just announced he’s coming to Australia at the end of the year and someone please hold me because I am visibly shaking.

After a year touring around the U.S. and Europe, Harry Styles is making his way to Australia and New Zealand to soothe my body, mind and soul. 

The ex-One Direction boy band member turned bisexual icon and sensitive feminist artisté is coming to our shores in November and December. 

And we can’t wait.

Where and when can I see my golden boy Harry Styles?

Mr. Styles will be blessing us with his performance in five cities during his time down under. 

They include:

Auckland @ Spark Arena on Monday, 23rd November

Sydney @ Qudos Bank Arena on Friday, 20th November

Brisbane @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Thursday, 26th November

Melbourne @ Rod Laver Arena on Saturday, 28th November

Perth @ RAC Arena on Wednesday, 2nd December

When do Harry Styles – Love On Tour tickets go on sale?

According to the announcement on his official twitter, tickets will go on sale on Friday, 20th March at 2PM, with pre-sales for American Express card members and Live Nation open from 17th March at 1PM and 19th March at 1PM to 20th March from 1PM respectively.

That means you have about a week to find some cash to see our boy.

Get cracking team.

What songs will he play?

According to a Spotify playlist made by Zuleika Mari Zoleta Camposano, a fan who attended his Love on Tour concert overseas, Styles will play a selection of songs from his debut album Harry Styles and last year’s Prince-infused ’80s synth pop anthem Fine Line

Personally, I can’t wait to jam to “Watermelon Sugar” and “Adore You,” and cry waving my phone’s flashlight to “Falling,” and totally not because the music video just dropped and broke me. Nope. Not at all.

Since 2017 when Harry Styles made his solo album debut with his self-titled album, Harry Styles, the young ex-One Direction member has completely divorced himself from his fellow boy band brothers and made a name for his own. Now, coming off the success of his latest album Fine Line, which combines choral backing tracks, ’80s pop inspired bass guitar riffs, pop vocals and poetic lyrics, Styles is not only one of the biggest artists in the industry but a bonafide Syrup fave.

And, after wearing gender fluid outfits at award shows and donning rainbow flagged capes at his shows, Styles quickly became a king of bops and Gucci-wearing legend, performing with artists like Lizzo and giving us no choice but to stan.

For the full list, check out the Spotify playlist below.

Julian Rizzo-Smith is a writer and producer. He also claims to be a vine historian, avid connoisseur of low-fi beats, indie hip hop and Kermit memes. In a perfect world, he’d be married to Tyler the Creator, own an Arcanine and a Lapras, and don his own Sailor Scouts uniform. He tweets @GayWeebDisaster, which is also, coincidentally, how one might describe him.

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