Harry Styles ticket prices: This is how much tickets cost for his Love On Tour UK stadium shows
Harry Styles recently announced his upcoming 2022 Love On Tour show – and we’ve got all the ticket price info you need.
Following the news of extra UK stadium shows, fans will be wondering what the Harry Styles ticket prices are ahead of them going on sale.
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His tour will take place this June, with dates planned in Glasgow, Manchester, London and Dublin as well as mainland Europe and South America.
It’ll be in support of his album Fine Line, which features hit singles “Watermelon Sugar” and “Falling”.
You can find out the full ticket price breakdown below.
How much do Harry Styles tickets cost?
These are the Harry Styles ticket prices for his shows in Manchester and Glasgow. The Wembley Stadium prices are yet to be revealed but fans can expect a similar price range.
- Standing Pod – Kitchen – £111.00
- Standing Pod – Bedroom – £111.00
- Standing Pod – Hallway – £111.00
- General admission standing & unreserved seats – £78.80
- Seats – £84.40
- Side view seats – £50.65
- Early entry premium standing package – £199.00
- Early entry standing package – £175.00
- Premium seat package – £189.00
The last three include a merchandise item designed exclusively for package purchasers, a souvenir Harry Styles tour laminate and lanyard, early entry into the pod section or standing section, or top priced seated ticket depending on which package you purchase.
How to get tickets
They go on general sale at 9am on 28 January via:
What are the tour dates?
- 11 June – Glasgow, U.K. – Ibrox Stadium (New Show)
- 15 June – Manchester, U.K. – Emirates Old Trafford (New Show)
- 16 June – Manchester, U.K. – Emirates Old Trafford (New Show)
- 18 June – London, U.K. – Wembley Stadium (New Show)
- 19 June – London, U.K. – Wembley Stadium (New Show)
- 22 June – Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium (New Show)
- 26 June – Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion (New Show)
- 29 June – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena (New Show)
- 1 July – Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena (New Show)
- 3 July – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 5 July – Paris, France – Accor Arena (New Show)
- 7 July – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis (Rescheduled Date)
- 9 July – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome (Rescheduled Date)
- 11 July – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle (Rescheduled Date)
- 13 July – Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 15 July – Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 16 July – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle (Rescheduled Date)
- 18 July – Krakow, Poland – Tauron Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 20 July – Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 22 July – Cologne, Germany – Lanxess Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 25 July – Bologna, Italy – Unipol Arena (Rescheduled Date)
- 26 July – Turin, Italy – Pala Alpitour (Rescheduled Date)
- 29 July – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center (Rescheduled Date)
- 31 July – Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena (Rescheduled Date)
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