Harry Styles is adding a fourth concert in London to his 2023 UK and Ireland tour

Harry Styles has added a fourth concert in London to his 2023 UK and Ireland tour.

The ‘Harry’s House’ pop star has extended his massive ‘Love On Tour’ until next year, after playing in the UK, Ireland and Europe this summer. He is currently in the middle of a residency in New York ahead of other multi-night performances in North America.

Last week, Styles announced that he would be returning to these shores in May and June next year. He is scheduled to visit Coventry, Edinburgh, Dublin, London and Cardiff between non-European gigs.

Today (September 2), it has been confirmed that the singer will play a fourth night at Wembley Stadium, London, on June 17, due to “overwhelming demand”. Additional dates are also scheduled in Coventry (23 May), Edinburgh (27) and Cardiff (21 June).

Styles also put on additional performances in Europe. He will now play Horsens on May 14, Munich on May 18, Coventry on May 23, Paris on June 2, Dusseldorf on June 28 and Frankfurt on July 6.

You can find the remaining tickets for the new Harry Styles dates here.

Wet Leg will be supporting the UK and European shows, while Inhaler will be opening for Styles at his big show in Slaine Castle, Dublin.

In its review of the stars’ concert at Wembley Stadium earlier this summer, NME wrote: “Seeing Styles perform in the stadium is like stepping into a parallel universe: the heart-shaped sunglasses and bucket hats. Pink jeans are too big almost mandatory, to the point where more people are not wearing this uniform.

“Everywhere you look, people are dancing, like countless feathered boas shed in rainbow clouds every time the crowd jumps to the beat of a massive pop chorus.”

Last month, Harry Styles revealed that he is already working on ideas for his fourth solo album: “I’m always writing,” he said.

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