Harry Styles Fans Seen Camping Outside United Center Ahead of His 1st of 6 Chicago Shows – NBC Chicago

Harry Styles fans are camping out at the United Center are hoping to get as close to “Harry’s House” as possible.

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, some have been camping out as early as Tuesday — two days before Thursday’s show — hoping to get a close spot to the stage for their general admission floor-seat tickets.

Beginning Thursday, the United Center will be transformed into “Harry’s House” for six nights in October.

Styles’ “Love on Tour” campaign has kicked off in other cities already, with the Chicago leg of the tour set to run from Oct. 6-9 and 13-15. 

According to Ticketmaster, tickets for all six shows, which were released to the public May 26, are sold out.

But, those who are looking to join the crowd can still manage to get their hands on some tickets — albeit rather pricey ones — through resale markets.

On StubHub, ticket prices vary by day and section.

For Styles’ first night, Oct. 6, tickets start around $250 for seats in the back of the stadium and climb over $700 for the pit.

According to StubHub, the artist’s Oct. 7 performance is the most expensive, with tickets starting at $350 in the upper section of the stadium and spilling over the $900 mark for closer seats that will provide unobstructed views of the stage.

In general, available StubHub tickets are currently ranging from low-ends of $190 to high-ends of $3,000 across Styles’ six shows.

Los Angeles will round out the “Golden” singer’s North American tour, with the city receiving an extended 10-night stay. Styles also visited Toronto, Austin and New York along the way.

The 2022 tour follows Styles’ sold out 2021 tour — which included 42 dates with two in Chicago — and two special “One Night Only” shows in New York and London.

Styles, a former One Direction star, released his third studio album, “Harry’s House,” May 20. Styles’ solo work also features hit singles “Watermelon Sugar” and “Sign of the Times.”

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