Harry Styles originally scheduled his tour to promote his second album, Fine Line in 2020, but the pandemic changed his plans.

However, in good news for U.S fans, Styles revealed the schedule for the American locations of his tour. Unfortunately, there will be no tour dates in Europe "for obvious reasons" Styles posted on his Instagram.

The "Love on Tour" will open September 4th in the Grand Arena Garden in Las Vegas and close in The Forum in Los Angeles on November 20th.

The tour also added three new shows in Nashville, Tennessee, Uncasville, Connecticut, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, making the tour a 40 show run.

Styles rose to fame in 2010 after he appeared on the British talent show The X Factor, where Simon Cowell formed a group with him and fellow contestants Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, and Liam Payne in the band One Direction, which turned out to be one of the best selling boy bands of all time. After the band broke up in 2015, Styles went to release his self-titled debut album in 2017. Afterwards, he released his 2017 sophomore album Fine Line, which earned him a Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance for the hit single "Watermelon Sugar."

Tickets for the Fine Line "Love on Tour" can be purchased via Ticketmaster starting July 23rd.

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