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Harry Styles announces ‘Love on Tour’ Asia dates with stops in Singapore, Manila, and Bangkok

Harry Styles has announced the dates for the highly anticipated Asia leg of his ‘Love on Tour’, with concerts confirmed in Singapore, Manila, Bangkok, and more.

Styles will make six stops on the Asia leg of his tour, starting on March 11 at the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. He will then hold a concert at the Philippine Arena in Manila on March 14 before holding a showcase at the Singapore National Stadium on March 17.

Following the Singapore concert, Styles then heads to Seoul, Korea to perform at the KSDO Dome on March 20, before capping off the tour with a two-night concert at Japan’s Ariake Arena in Tokyo on March 24 and 25.

Tickets for the Singapore concert will go on sale on November 18 at 11 am local time via TicketMaster. Ticket prices start at SGD138 and go up to SGD348, with VIP packages set to be announced at a later date.

Tickets for the Philippines concert will go on sale on November 24 at 12 p.m. local time via LiveNation. Ticket prices have not been disclosed as of the time of writing.

With the Asia tour dates announced, Styles will now play a total of 88 international tour dates across 26 countries as part of his ongoing ‘Love On Tour’. The former One Direction member is about to complete a 15-night residency at Kia Forum Stadium in Inglewood, California, as part of the North American leg of their tour, which previously included several nights in New York, Austin, Chicago and Toronto.

They have also announced running shows in the UK and Ireland next summer as an extension of the tour.

Styles’ third solo album ‘Harry House’ was released in May, with lead single ‘As It Was’ becoming the most streamed song of 2022. The LP itself has also become the best-selling vinyl LP of the year. So far.

Harry Styles’ 2023 Asia Love On Tour dates are: 

March 11 – Rajamangala Stadium – Bangkok, Thailand
March 14 – Philippine Arena – Manila, Philippines
March 17 – Singapore National Stadium – Singapore
March 20 – KSPO Dome – Seoul, South Korea
March 24 and 25 – Ariake Arena – Tokyo, Japan

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