Harry Styles finally announced the dates and venues for his first solo tour. For the first leg alone, he is covering 30 cities in four continents. Fans will have to wait for a little while before they see him live as Styles’ world tour is not happening until September. Two big American Music cities are included in this major event – Nashville, and Austin.

Styles will head to Nashville during the AmericanFest which is a week-long celebration of roots music. The Ryman Auditorium, one of the most beloved venues in the country, will only have a capacity of around 2,300 seats.

In Austin, Styles’ concert will take place between weekends of Austin City Limits Festival held at Zilker Park on October 5 to 8 and October 13 to 15.

Before the world tour, there is a solo debut

Styles solo debut “Sign of the Times” will be out on May 12. Last month, the former One Direction singer released the album’s debut single and the title track. The song currently holds the No. 22 slot on Billboard’s Hot 100.

In support of his solo album, Styles is doing the world tour according to Entertainment Weekly. He will also appear on “Today” on May 9, and on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” from May 15 to 18.

Styles’ world tour will be intimate

Intimate theaters, or venues with smaller capacity, are becoming a trend for big artists.

In 2014, Coldplay performed a show at the Enmore, while Bob Dylan opted for Tivoli Theater with only 800 seats. Styles’ solo concert is reported to be intimate as well considering the venues of his performances.

The tour will begin in San Francisco, California on September 19 visiting more than 12 cities in the United States.

The English singer will also have four nights in the United Kingdom from October 29 to November 2, with two nights at Eventim Apollo in London.

Styles will also be in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan. Fans in the countries he will be visiting are naturally ecstatic. However, the singer’s followers in Africa, Brazil, Middle East, Poland, Russia and South America were disappointed.

Some took their reactions to Twitter and even posted images of flags and maps to demand attention.

On November, the 23-year old singer and songwriter will head to Australia for his first solo world tour. However, there will only be 4000 fans that will be able to see him perform as the place will be at the relatively small venues like Enmore Theater and Forum Theater in Melbourne.