Harry Styles postpones his world tour again

Harry Styles has rescheduled his US tour for next September, which means his fans around the world will still have to wait before seeing him on stage. The singer apologized on Twitter and promised his fans that he would be back soon.

Pop star Harry Styles has disappointed fans outside the United States after accusing COVID-19 restrictions of putting his world tour plans on hold. The Watermelon Sugar singer was scheduled to release in 2020 for his album Fine Line, but has postponed his tour due to the pandemic.

In a new statement published on Wednesday (July 14, 21), Harry Styles revealed that he won’t be able to start his US tour just yet, which means fans around the world will have to wait longer to see him in party. “LOVE ON TOUR will start in the US in September and I couldn’t be more excited about these concerts. As always, the well-being of my fans, the band and the team, is my top priority. Safety instructions will be available on the websites of the various concert venues until We can all stay together safely. Please note that some dates have changed and new shows have been added,” he posted on social media.

Harry Styles, qui vit maintenant en Amérique, a poursuivi : « Pour tout le monde au Royaume-Uni, et à travers le monde, je suis impatient de vous revoir, mais pour des raisons évidentes, ce n’est tout simplement pas possible this moment. I will bring you more news about concerts around the world and new music soon. I love you all very much. I’m so excited and can’t wait to see you. H”.

The US tour, which was originally scheduled to launch in August, will now begin in Las Vegas on September 4, with singer Jenny Lewis opening. Harry Styles has also extended his tenure at Madison Square Garden in New York City to switch to five shows, including two “Harwin’s Specials” on October 30 and 31, where he will be accompanied by artist Orville Beck.

Concert ticket holders outside North America will be compensated.

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