How to catch Harry Styles’ ‘One Night Only in New York’ from anywhere in the world

Love Harry Styles? NYC a bit too far? Not a problem, you can still catch his show, no matter your locale

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Come Friday, it's all about Harry Styles. NYC is hosting the pop star at UBS Arena at Belmont Park in celebration of his new album, Harry's House. 

Though fans have been slightly sidetracked by his steaminess in the Don't Worry Darling trailer, no one has forgotten about the album drop or the singer's "One Night Only in New York" performance on May 20. 

Tickets began at a measly $25, but they're now being sold for thousands on the secondary ticket market, so it's probably best to catch the new Harry's House tracks from your house. We'll tell you how. 

How to watch Harry Styles' NYC show anywhere in the world

On Friday, May 20, fans will be able to hear his new music for the first time by streaming the concert live, exclusively on Apple Music (opens in new tab).

The show will take place at 9pm ET, 6pm ET here (opens in new tab). Should you be out and about on Friday—or if you want to experience the show a second time...or a third—tune in for the encore presentations on May 22 at noon EST, 9am PT, 6pm CET and on May 26 at 4pm BST, 5pm SGT and 7pm AEST, according to Variety (opens in new tab)

If you can't get enough of "As I Was" and are dying to hear the likes of "Grapejuice," "Daydreaming" and "Satellite"—aren't we all—now is your chance! Burn your Cool Girl Candles' "Smells Like Harry Styles" candle, don your best crochet top and kick back with your favorite artist. 

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As you might've imagined, Harry's House exudes a cozy, comforting vibe. There are mentions of kitchens, gardens and "maple syrup, coffee, pancakes for two" but the album is also about one's headspace, according to the singer's Better Homes and Gardens interview (opens in new tab)

Whether counter space or emotional wellbeing is in question, one thing's for sure, this is Styles' most powerful work to date. 

"It sounds like the biggest, and the most fun, but it's by far the most intimate," he revealed to the publication about his album.

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Harry, we're ready and waiting. We'll see you in New York. 

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


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