Man Solo: Harry Styles announces 2017 world tour, including Wang Theatre date

Look, we still kinda love Harry Styles new single “Sign Of The Times.” The former One Direction singer has gone solo with pretty impressive results so far, and now that he’s cleared up that pesky rumor about contracting chlamydia from a koala bear, it’s time to set out on a world tour.

Styles’ run intimate of venues around the world is highlighted by a 13-city North American tour that comes to the Wang Theatre on September 30. Fan Registration begins today at 8 a.m. local time, and the Wang page says tickets are “on sale soon.” Ask your teenage daughter that this all means.

After conquering North America, Styles sets out for dates in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and elsewhere. Check out all the shows below.

Styles’ self-titled debut album is out May 12. Watch him perform “Sign Of The Times” a few weeks back on Saturday night Live.

Harry Styles 2017 World Tour
September 19: San Francisco, CA — The Masonic
September 20: Los Angeles, CA — The Greek Theatre
September 25: Nashville, TN — Ryman Auditorium
September 26: Chicago, IL — The Chicago Theatre
September 28: New York, NY — Radio City Music Hall
September 30: Boston, MA — Wang Theatre
October 1: Washington DC — DAR Constitution Hall
October 4: Toronto, ON — Massey Hall
October 5: Upper Darby, PA — Tower Theater
October 8: Atlanta, GA — Roxy
October 10: Irving, TX — The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
October 11: Austin, TX — ACL Live at The Moody Theater
October 14: Phoenix, AZ — Comerica Theatre
October 25: Paris, France — L’Olympia
October 27: Cologne, Germany — Palladium
October 29: London, UK — Eventim Apollo
October 30: London, UK — Eventim Apollo
November 1: Manchester, UK — O2 Apollo Manchester
November 2: Glasgow, UK — SEC Armadillo
November 5: Stockholm, Sweden — Fryshuset
November 7: Berlin, Germany — Tempodrome
November 8: Amsterdam, Netherlands — AFAS Live
November 10: Milan, Italy — Alcatraz
November 23: Singapore — The Star Theatre
November 26: Sydney, Australia — Enmore Theatre
November 30: Australia, Melbourne — Forum Theatre
December 2: Auckland, New Zealand — Spark Arena
December 7: Tokyo, Japan — EX Theater
December 8: Tokyo, Japan — EX Theater