Boybander-turned-rocker Harry Styles announced today 2018 arena tour dates, with plans to perform in Manila, Bangkok and Singapore.

It’s not like there weren’t any signs. The “Sign of the Times” singer himself tweeted last month after most 2017 show dates had sold out “I’ll come back around next year if you’ll have me.”

Styles will be returning to Singapore and performing in Bangkok and Manila for the first time sans 1D next May, with special guests, LA rock band Warpaint. Check out details below.

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May 1, 2018 – Manila, Mall of Asia Arena (Sold out)
Tickets: PHP1,325 / 2,650 / 3,975 / 5,830 / 6,890 / 18,690 (VIP 3) / 22,230 (VIP 2) / 24,590 (VIP 1) via SM Tickets and hotline 02 470 2222 starting June 19. Globe customers’ pre-sale is on June 18. See plan here.

May 3, 2018 – Singapore, Singapore Indoor Stadium
Tickets: SGD98 / 128 / 158 / 178 / 228 / 228 (Standing) / 488 (VIP 3) / 688 (VIP 2) / 888 (VIP 1) via Sports Hub Tix, Indoor Stadium Box Office, all SingPost outlets and hotline 03 158 7888 starting June 16 (10am). See plan here. Find VIP packages details here.

May 7, 2018 – Bangkok, Impact Arena Muang Thong Thani
Tickets: THB2,040 / 3,040 / 4,040 / 5,040 / 5,040 (Standing) / 10,450 (VIP 3) / 14,540 (VIP 2) / 18,040 (VIP 1) via Thai Ticket Major starting June 16 (10am). See plan here. Find VIP packages details here.

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The 2018 arena tour will begin in Europe in March before landing in Australia and Asia. It follows Styles’s smaller 29-date world trek which kicks off this September. The only stops in Asia for 2017 are Singapore (November 23) and Tokyo (December 7-8).

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Harry Styles debuted his self-titled solo album on May 12. It features single “Sign of the Times”, which topped music charts in over 84 countries upon release day. The album also made headlines this week, landing a No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart and taking the biggest debut week sale for a British male artist’s first full-length album since Nielsen Music began tracking sales in 1991.

Last month Styles took up a weeklong residence on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Check out his performance of “Kiwi” below.

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Formerly Assistant Editor, now Contributor, Mile is often found belting out the Hamilton soundtrack.