Harry Styles will return to Atlanta in 2018 on massive world tour

Harry Styles will have a busy 2018. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene

If you were one of the many who couldn’t score Harry Styles tickets for his intimate show at the Coca-Cola Roxy this fall, good news – he’ll be back, and in a much bigger venue.

The breezy Styles will embark on a 56-date world tour next year, including an 8 p.m. June 11 performance at Infinite Energy Arena. Country music darling Kacey Musgraves will open.

Tickets for the show, priced at $39.50-$99.50, will go on sale at 10 a.m. June 16 via www.infiniteenergycenter.com, the arena box office and by calling 770-626-2464.

Styles, who released his excellent self-titled solo debut album in May, sold out his Oct. 8 concert at the Roxy within minutes. The album, propelled by the dreamy single “Sign of the Times,” sold more than 193,000 traditional copies and topped the Billboard 200 album chart upon its release. The songs “Carolina” and “Two Ghosts” have landed on Billboard’s Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.

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Harry Styles Live On Tour 2018 World Tour Dates:

DATE CITY VENUE
3/11/2018 Basel, Switzerland St. Jakobshalle
3/13/2018 Paris, France AccorHotels Arena
3/14/2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome
3/16/2018 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
3/18/2018 Stockholm, Sweden Ericsson Globe
3/19/2018 Copenhagen, Denmark Royal Arena
3/21/2018 Oslo, Norway Spektrum
3/24/2018 Oberhausen, Germany König-Pilsener-Arena
3/25/2018 Hamburg, Germany Barclaycard Arena
3/27/2018 Munich, Germany Olympiahalle
3/30/2018 Barcelona, Spain Palau Sant Jordi
3/31/2018 Madrid, Spain WiZink Center
4/2/2018 Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum
4/4/2018 Bologna, Italy Unipol Arena
4/5/2018 Mannheim, Germany SAP Arena
4/7/2018 Birmingham, UK Genting Arena
4/9/2018 Manchester, UK Manchester Arena
4/11/2018 London, UK The O2
4/12/2018 London, UK The O2
4/14/2018 Glasgow, UK The SSE Hydro
4/16/2018 Dublin, Ireland 3Arena
4/21/2018 Perth, Australia Perth Arena
4/24/2018 Melbourne, Australia Hisense Arena
4/27/2018 Sydney, Australia Qudos Bank Arena
4/28/2018 Brisbane, Australia Entertainment Centre
5/1/2018 Manila, The Philippines MOA Arena
5/3/2018 Singapore Indoor Stadium
5/5/2018 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
5/7/2018 Bangkok, Thailand IMPACT Arena
5/10/2018 Osaka, Japan Kobe World
5/12/2018 Tokyo, Japan Makuhari Messe
5/23/2018 Buenos Aires, Argentina DirecTV Arena
5/25/2018 Santiago, Chile Movistar Arena
5/27/2018 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Jeunesse Arena
5/29/2018 São Paulo, Brazil Espaço das Américas
6/1/2018 Mexico City, Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
6/5/2018 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center *
6/7/2018 Houston, TX Toyota Center *
6/9/2018 Ft. Lauderdale, FL BB&T Center *
6/11/2018 Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Center *
6/12/2018 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena *
6/15/2018 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center *
6/16/2018 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre *
6/18/2018 Boston, MA TD Garden *
6/21/2018 New York, NY Madison Square Garden *
6/24/2018 Washington, DC Verizon Center *
6/26/2018 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena *
6/27/2018 Indianapolis, IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse *
6/30/2018 Chicago, IL United Center *
7/1/2018 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center *
7/3/2018 Denver, CO Pepsi Center *
7/6/2018 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena *
7/7/2018 Seattle, WA Key Arena *
7/9/2018 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center *
7/11/2018 San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose *
7/13/2018 Los Angeles, CA The Forum *

* – notes support from Kacey Musgraves
– notes support from Warpaint
– notes support from Leon Bridges

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