Harry Styles rose to prominence as one of the more talented members of boy band One Direction over the course of the last several years. As is often the case with a group featuring a handful of artists, he recently broke off from the now-defunct band and is plotting a course of his own that will take him all over the world this year and the next. Fans can find a plethora of tickets available at TicketProcess.com; but for now, here are four things to know about Harry Styles and his current tour.
It has become a modern custom for artists to announce a series of tour dates before adding large chunks and creating a gigantic World Tour. Styles did just that recently by announcing another 56 live performances, a chunk of which will take place in North America next year.
This gives a gigantic collection of fans several more chances to purchase tickets. Not surprisingly, Styles 2017 tour dates sold out quickly, leaving some fans in the lurch. But everyone who visits TicketProcess.com will be able to have their run of a large array of affordable tickets for the 2018 run.
His Opening Act
During shows throughout North America – including those in Canada – Styles will be complemented by opening act Kasey Musgraves. The 28-year-old diva is from the country music genre, creating a night of fun featuring the best of both pop rock and the musical genre originated in the South several decades ago. Musgraves is a Texas-native who writes many of her own songs.
— Harry Styles. (@Harry_Styles) June 8, 2017
His Personal History
Born on the first day of February in 1994 in Warhestershire, England, Harry Edward Styles is a descendent of farm laborers who worked hard during the daylight hours in hopes of creating a better situation for their lineage.
That came to fruition beginning when Styles starred in the band initially formed by Simon Cowell of The X Factor, and he seems primed to rise to the highest heights of any of the members of One Direction. His first solo album was released earlier this year to rave reviews. There are clearly many talented people behind-the-scenes that helped to make his work a chart-topper.
His Biggest 2018 North American Shows
The fun will begin in early-June 2018 with a gigantic show at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. Two nights later, Styles will play a show at the Toyota Center in Houston. This will kick off a summer jaunt that weaves throughout the country.
Styles will visit Atlanta – the unofficial capitol of the South – on the evening of June 11. Canada’s biggest show will unfold on June 16 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto. There is no question that an array of fans located north of the United States border currently have the singles from Styles most recent album on their playlists.
A show in Boston at the TD Garden will unfold a few nights later before arguably the biggest show of the tour takes place in Madison Square Garden in New York City on the evening of June 21.
After shows in Washington DC, Detroit, Indianapolis and Chicago, the tour will make its way out West. Fans in Seattle will be treated to a huge show at Key Arena on July 7, and Styles will take the stage at the newly-minted Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on July 9. The tour will wrap up with a performance in San Jose on July 11 at the SAP Center before it comes to a glorious conclusion at the historic Forum in Los Angeles on the evening of July 13.
Harry Styles North American Tour Dates
9/19/17: Masonic Auditorium at Nob Hill Masonic Center – San Francisco, CA
9/20/17: Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
9/25/17: Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
9/26/17: The Chicago Theatre – Chicago, IL
9/28/17: Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
9/30/17: Boch Center – Wang Theater – Boston, MA
10/1/17: DAR Constitution Hall – Washington, DC
10/4/17: Massey Hall – Toronto, ONT
10/5/17: Tower Theatre – Upper Darby, PA
10/8/17: Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA
10/10/17: The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory – Irving, TX
10/11/17: ACL Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX
10/14/17: Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ
6/5/18: American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
6/7/18: Toyota Center – Houston, TX
6/9/17: BB&T Center – Sunrise, FL
6/11/18: Infinite Energy Arena – Duluth, GA
6/12/18: Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
6/15/18: Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA
6/16/18: Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ONT
6/18/18: TD Garden – Boston, MA
6/21/18: Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
6/24/18: Verizon Center – Washington, DC
6/26/18: Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
6/27/18: Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN
6/30/18: United Center – Chicago, IL
7/1/18: Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MN
7/3/18: Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
7/6/18: Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC
7/7/18: KeyArena – Seattle, WA
7/9/18: Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, CA
7/11/18: SAP Center – San Jose, CA
7/13/18: The Forum – Inglewood, CA
Harry Styles Tickets
Fans looking to attend any of the upcoming Harry Styles shows can look to TicketProcess.com and find a plethora of tickets available at prices that are easily affordable under any price. Don’t miss out on incredible performances around North America in cities near you.