Harry Styles 2023 Love On Tour: setlist, tickets and dates ahead of European leg

Harry Styles 2023 tour has kicked off revealing the setlist.

Harry Styles is currently taking his Love On Tour show to venues across the UK and Europe – and this is the setlist.

The singer will headline stadium and outdoor shows across the continent, including four nights at London’s Wembley Stadium.

He’s recently performed in Australia, New Zealand and Asia as part of the world tour ahead of Europe.

Fans can still get their hands on limited tickets from Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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The tour, which has been running since 2021 has seen the singer play sold-out venues including a Madison Square Garden residency.

Each of the legs of the tour have seen different setlists, with tracks from his self-titled debut, Fine Line and his recent release, Harry’s House.

Below you can find out everything we know about the tour including the setlist, support act and dates.

What’s the setlist?

Styles recently kicked off the European leg of the tour in Denmark, giving fans an updated setlist from the Australia and New Zealand dates. This was the full setlist that fans can expect across the UK and European tour dates:

  • Daydreaming
  • Golden
  • Adore You
  • Keep Driving
  • Stockholm Syndrome
  • She
  • Matilda
  • Satellite
  • Late Night Talking
  • Cinema
  • Music for a Sushi Restaurant
  • Treat People With Kindness
  • What Makes You Beautiful
  • Grapejuice
  • Watermelon Sugar
  • Fine Line


  • Sign of the Times
  • Medicine
  • As It Was
  • Kiwi

Can I still get tickets?

Yes, limited tickets are still available to buy from Ticketmaster and See Tickets for the UK tour dates.

If you’re after tickets for the European tour dates, then you can check out the individual ticket links below for more details.

Who’s the support act?

Previous support acts for Love On Tour have included Arlo Parks, Mitski, Wolf Alice, Jessie Ware and Blood Orange.

For the upcoming summer European tour dates he’ll once again by joined by Wet Leg. The group formed in Isle of Wight recently found success at the Grammy Awards and BRIT Awards, winning two gongs at both ceremonies.

Fans can expect to hear material from their acclaimed debut including “Chaise Longue”, “Wet Dream” and “Too Late Now”.

What are the tour dates?

The singer announced the tour dates in August 2022 with tickets going on sale the same week. Following huge demand he added extra dates in a number of cities.

  • 13-14 May – Horsens, Denmark – Casa Arena – tickets
  • 17-18 May – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion – tickets
  • 22-23 May – Coventry, UK – Coventry Building Society Arena – tickets
  • 26-27 May – Edinburgh, UK – BT Murrayfield Stadium – tickets
  • 1-2 June – Paris, France – Stade De France – tickets
  • 4-6 June – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff Arena – tickets
  • 10 June – Slane, Ireland – Slane Castle – tickets
  • 13 June – London, UK – Wembley Stadium – tickets
  • 14 June – London, UK – Wembley Stadium – tickets
  • 16 June – London, UK – Wembley Stadium – tickets
  • 17 June – London, UK – Wembley Stadium – tickets
  • 20-21 June – Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium – tickets
  • 24 June – Werchter, Belgium – Festivalpark – tickets
  • 27-28 June – Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel-Arena – tickets
  • 2 July – Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy – tickets
  • 5-6 July – Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park – tickets
  • 8 July – Austria, Vienne – Ernst-Happel-Stadion – tickets
  • 12 July – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company – tickets
  • 14 July – Madrid, Spain – Nuevo Espacio Mad Cool – tickets
  • 18 July – Lisbon, Portugal – Passeio Maritimo Alges – tickets
  • 22 July – Reggio Emilia, Italy – RCF Arena – tickets