Direct us toward the Harry Styles world tour!

The former One Direction member is going solo! The 23-year-old Brit recently announced his 2017 dates for his first solo world tour on Instagram with the simple caption, "/ / SEE.YOU.SOON / /"

"I wanted to step up. There were songs I wanted to write and record, and not just have it be 'Here's a demo I wrote.' Every decision I've made since I was 16 was made in a democracy," the "Sign of the Times" singer explained. "I felt like it was time to make a decision about the future  …  and maybe I shouldn't rely on others."

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His self-titled album — Harry Styles — is set to drop May 12, but in the meantime, find out everything you need to know about Harry Styles Live On Tour!

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Where do I buy Harry Styles Live On Tour tickets?

The most important question is: How can fans purchase tickets? All tickets (excluding Japan) for the world tour go on sale on Friday, May 5 at 10 a.m. and are available through Ticketmaster. Fans can also sign up for Ticketmaster's Verified Fan Program in order to prevent other vendors from re-selling tickets at higher prices.

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What are the Harry Style Live On Tour dates?

The tour kicks off in North America beginning in San Francisco, CA on Sept. 19. Before touring, Harry will perform at the Today Show's Summer Concert Series on May 9. He'll then appear on The Late Late Show With James Corden from May 15 to 18.

Check out the full list of tour dates below:

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Sept. 19 — San Francisco, CA at The Masonic

Sept. 20 — Los Angles, CA at The Greek Theatre

​Sept. 25 — Nashville, TN at Ryman Auditorium

Sept. 26 — Chicago, IL at The Chicago Theatre

Sept. 28 — New York, NY at Radio City Music Hall

Sept. 30 — Boston, MA at Wang Theatre

​Oct. 1 — Washington, DC at DAR Constitution Hall

Oct. 4 — Toronto, ON at Massey Hall

Oct. 5 — Upper Darby, PA at Tower Theater

Oct. 8 — Atlanta, GA at Roxy

Oct. 10 — Irving, TX at The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory

Oct. 11 — Austin, TX at ACL LIve at the Moody Theater

Oct. 14 — Phoenix, AZ at Comerica Theatre

​Oct. 25 — Paris, France at L'Olympia

Oct. 27 — Cologne, Germany at Palladium

Oct. 29 — London, UK at Eventim Apollo

Oct. 30 — London, UK at Eventim Apollo

Nov. 1 — Manchester, UK at O2 Apollo Manchester

Nov. 2 — Glasgow, UK at SEC Armadillo

Nov. 5 — Stockholm, Sweden at Fryshuset

Nov. 7 — Berlin, Germany at Tempodrome

Nov. 8 — Amsterdam, Netherlands at AFAS Live

Nov. 10 — Milan, Italy at Alcatraz

Nov. 23 — Singapore at The Star Theatre

Nov. 26 — Sydney, Australia at Enmore Theatre

Nov. 30 — Melbourne, Australia at Forum Theatre

Dec. 2 — Auckland, New Zealand at Spark Arena

Dec. 7 — Tokyo, Japan at EX Theater

Dec. 8 — Tokyo, Japan at EX Theater