Harry Styles has indefinitely postponed his 2021 UK, European tour – see full statement below.
The pop star is set to hit the road in support of his second solo album, ‘Fine Line’, this April, but has postponed dates until February and March 2021 due to the Corona virus crisis.
Today (December 15), Styles confirmed on his social media pages that the scheduled concerts will not take place “until further notice”.
“The health and safety of all remains our top priority,” he wrote. “I really hope these shows play, and you’ll get news of when they will take place in the new year.”
Styles added: “I can not wait to see you all on the road as soon as it is safe. Treat people kindly. You can see those messages below.
I really hope these shows play, and you will have news in the new year when they will take place. I can not wait to see you all on the road as soon as it is safe. Treat people kindly.
– Harry Styles. (Ar Harry Styles) December 15, 2020
The planned tour will include arena shows in Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin, London, Manchester and Glasgow.
The last UK date for the styles took place on December 19, 2019, almost a year ago. The intimate performance, which took place at the Electric Ballroom in London, included a guest appearance from Storms and a cover by Paul McCartney’s ‘Wonderful Christmas Time’
At the same time, Styles said that in the fight against racial injustice, “there has not been enough talk in the past.”
“I realized that my comfort in conversation had nothing to do with the problem – this is not a good reason not to have a conversation,” he explained in a recent interview.
Styles also rebutted his claim that he was “not polite enough”, which came after he recently wore a dress. Popular Shoot.