Harry Styles adds MORE Australian dates for his solo tour after an unprecedented demand saw tickets sell out in seconds
Tickets for his first Australian tour sold out in seconds during pre-sales.
And now pop superstar Harry Styles has added more dates to the Australian and New Zealand legs of the tour to meet the overwhelming demand.
The former One Direction star, 28, will hit the road Down Under in February 2023.
In demand: Harry Styles has added more dates to the Australian and New Zealand legs of his world tour to meet the overwhelming demand. (Pictured at Coachella on April 22)
The English singer will play solo stadium shows in Perth, Melbourne, the Gold Coast, Sydney and Auckland reports NME.
Fan demand is so great for the musician that Harry’s promoters have added second shows in Melbourne and Sydney.
The tour has been a long time coming for the star’s fans.
He was scheduled to play in Australia at the end of 2020, but Covid restrictions put those plans on hold.
Audiences can expect to hear new tunes from his upcoming third album, Harry’s House, due out in May.
Long delayed return: Harry was scheduled to play in Australia at the end of 2020, but Covid restrictions put those plans on hold. (Harry pictured in 2017 at the ARIA Awards)
Recently appearing at the Coachella music festival in California, where 100,000 fans watched him perform, Harry performed two new songs, which are yet to be released.
Meanwhile, fans can look forward to Harry’s new role in the upcoming thriller Don’t Worry, Darling, directed by his glamorous girlfriend, actress Olivia Wilde, 38.
Harry co-stars with Florence Pugh, 26, as the pair play a married couple living in a utopian experimental community in the 1950s drama.
After getting to know each other on the set of the film, Harry and Olivia went public with their romance.
The couple have been happily dating ever since and split their time between London and the U.S.
Boy band days: Harry at far left with his pals from One Direction Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and Louis Tomlinson as they appeared on US ABC’s Good Morning America in 2015