Harry Styles announce a special one-off shows to celebrate his new album!
Global superstar Harry Styles announce a special shows One Night Only, to celebrate his highly anticipated new album Harry’s House, which is due out on May 20th. The shows will take place in Elmont’s UBS Arena on May 20th, and London’s O2 Brixton Academy on May 24th, 2022, and will see the singer performing songs from the album for the first time ever.
Harry Styles has established himself as one of the biggest and most influential artists in music. Since launching his solo career, he has gained prestigious accolades including two BRIT awards, a Grammy award, an Ivor Novello Award, an American Music Award and many others across the world, in addition to being the first man to appear solo on the cover of Vogue Magazine.
His self-titled debut solo album from 2017, became one of the world’s top-ten best-selling albums of the year and had the biggest first week of sales by a male artist in history. The second album, Fine Line (2019), topped the Billboard 200 when it was released, making it Harry’s second US #1 album and made chart history providing the biggest sales week for a solo UK male artist since Nielsen Music began electronically trading sales data in 1991. Most recently he released the record setting #1 single As It Was, the first taste from his upcoming third album Harry’s House, to critical acclaim around the world.
Harry Styles is equally renowned as an incredible live performer. His Love On Tour shows were postponed due to the pandemic and finally started in September 2021 in Las Vegas. The singer performed over 40 shows throughout the US at the end of last year winning praise from fans and critics alike. His shows are packed with his global hit singles including Sign Of The Times, Lights Up, Adore You, Watermelon Sugar and Kiwi. Last month Harry headlined the legendary Coachella Festival 2022 playing to a crowd of over 100,000 on both April 15th and 22nd. He will take Love On Tour worldwide this summer, starting on June 11th in Glasgow, Scotland.