The 28-year-old already toured Europe from June to July 2022, visiting London, Manchester, Stockholm, Dublin, Budapest, Madrid and loads more.
He’s now back in the United States before heading to Latin America and Oceana and fans were convinced they’d have to wait until his next album to see him in Europe again.
However, the Watermelon Sugar singer has announced 19 new dates from May to July 2023, including five in the UK as well as France, Germany, Spain and more.
If you want to watch Harry perform songs from his latest album Harry’s House as well as his old hits too, tickets certainly won’t be cheap. Here’s how much they are expected to cost…
Specific Harry Styles ticket pricing for his Europe 2023 dates hasn’t been announced yet but it will follow a similar structure to his previous Europe leg.
Here is the pricing for his Manchester and Glasgow 2022 gigs from cheapest to most expensive:
* Side view seats: £50.65
* General admission standing: £78.80
* Better seats: £84.40
* Standing Pods (Kitchen, Bedroom and Hallway): £111.00
* Early entry standing package: £175.00
* Premium seat package: £189.00
* Early entry premium standing package: £199.00
The cheapest tickets are the side view seated tickets, which will also be very high up in the stadium, with better view and closer to the stage seats costing more.
At Harry Styles’ concerts, the standing pitch is split into different sections which are all priced differently depending how close it is to the stage, including pods which are right at the front.
The pricing structure and seating layout was also similar to this for his Europe dates.
In 2022, the standing section was named after different rooms in the house, like kitchen, bedroom and hallway, but Harry has changed this for 2023.
The Ticketmaster page for his London Wembley 2023 dates on June 13 and June 14 shows four different standing sections: Hollywood, Jonny’s Place, Bishopsgate, Front Pitch Standing and Rear Pitch Standing.
His Coventry, Edinburgh and Cardiff dates also have the same standing structure and the front pods appear to be named after important places in his life.
For seated tickets, Wembley is split into Level 1, Level 2 and Level 5, whilst Edinburgh only has two options: Lower Tier and Upper Tier.
Coventry has various different Stand Seating and there isn’t a map available for his Cardiff gig at the time of writing this.
Presale tickets go on sale at 10 am on Thursday, September 1 and general sale will follow at 10 am on Friday, September 2. Find more information about the presale and how to get tickets here.
* Sat, May 13: Horsens, Denmark – CASA Arena
* Wed, May 17: – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
* Mon, May 22: – Coventry, UK – Coventry Building Society Arena
* Fri, May 26: – Edinburgh, UK – BT Murrayfield Stadium
* Thu, Jun 1: Paris, France – Stade De France
* Mon, Jun 5: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff Arena
* Sat, Jun 10: Slane, Ireland – Slane Castle
* Tue, Jun 13: London, UK – Wembley Stadium
* Wed, Jun 14: London, UK – Wembley Stadium
* Tue, Jun 20: Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium
* Sat, Jun 24: Werchter, Belgium – Festivalpark
* Tue, Jun 27: Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel-Arena
* Sun, Jul 2: Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy
* Wed, Jul 5: Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
* Sat, Jul 8: Austria, Vienna – Ernst-Happel-Stadion
* Wed, Jul 12: Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company
* Fri, Jul 14: Madrid, Spain – Nuevo Espacio Mad Cool
* Tue, Jul 18: Lisbon, Portugal – Passeio Maritimo Alges
* Sat, Jul 22: Reggio Emilia, Italy – RCF Arena