Harry Styles is bringing his new UK tour to Birmingham next spring, with tickets for the April concert going on sale next week.
With One Direction on hold, as its various members pursued solo careers and other projects, lots of people had been wondering what the band's main man, Harry Styles, had been up to.
They eventually found out when it was announced that he'd signed a three-album solo deal with Columbia Records. He then unveiled his epic debut single, Sign Of The Times, in April 2017.
His debut album, Harry Styles, was the ninth global bestselling album that same year, with one million copies sold.
Harry returns to Birmingham in support of his second album, Fine Line, which is set to be released in December.
He plays Arena Birmingham on Wednesday 15 April.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on 22 November here
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