Harry Styles first debut solo tour, which is in support of his debut solo album, Self Titled, it has broke records this morning (Friday). This tour left thousands of fans were left disappointed this morning when tickets went on sale at 10am and sold out within seconds of on-sale. In order to purchase these Harry Styles debut solo tour ticket, you had to be a verified Ticketmaster Harry Styles’ fan which many of people did not know, while other knew and got tickets immediately at 10am. Styles’ broke the record using Ticketmaster’s new “Verified Fan” signup program, seeing an unprecedented number of signups from fans who enrolled in the program before tickets went on sale. Billboard has mentioned that seven fans signed up for every one ticket available on his tour. “He wanted to do right by his fans and show them he’s serious about working his new album,a source close to the Styles tells Billboard.

Styles’ tour will support his self-titled debut album, which drops on Friday, May 12th which is 1 week from today. Earlier this week, the 23-year-old singer debuted a third track off the album, “Sweet Creature.” It follows lead single “Sign of the Times” and “Ever Since New York in April.


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Harry Styles Live On Tour 2017 World Tour Dates:
Sept. 19 — San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic
Sept. 20 — Los Angles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
​Sept. 25 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Sept. 26 — Chicago, IL @ The Chicago Theatre
Sept. 28 — New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
Sept. 30 — Boston, MA @ Wang Theatre
​Oct. 1 — Washington, DC @ DAR Constitution Hall
Oct. 4 — Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
Oct. 5 — Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theater
Oct. 8 — Atlanta, GA @ Roxy
Oct. 10 — Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
Oct. 11 — Austin, TX @ ACL LIve at the Moody Theater
Oct. 14 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
​Oct. 25 — Paris, France @ L’Olympia
Oct. 27 — Cologne, Germany @ Palladium
Oct. 29 — London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
Oct. 30 — London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
Nov. 1 — Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo Manchester
Nov. 2 — Glasgow, UK @ SEC Armadillo
Nov. 5 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Fryshuset
Nov. 7 — Berlin, Germany @ Tempodrome
Nov. 8 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live
Nov. 10 — Milan, Italy @ Alcatraz
Nov. 23 — Singapore @ The Star Theatre
Nov. 26 — Sydney, Australia @ Enmore Theatre
Nov. 30 — Melbourne, Australia @ Forum Theatre
Dec. 2 — Auckland, New Zealand @ Spark Arena
Dec. 7 — Tokyo, Japan @ EX Theater
Dec. 8 — Tokyo, Japan @ EX Theater

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