The DJ admitted that he would like to watch Cole perform her chart-topping hit 'Call My Name' - which he produced - with a "big production".
He told Capital FM: "It's always quite bizarre seeing a pop act with all the big production and all that kind of stuff, performing a song that you did.
"It's always going to be quite good, gratifying."
Asked if he plans to see the show, which kicks off in Belfast on October 3, he replied: "I heard Tinchy Stryder's supporting her which is an interesting choice, so I'd probably go and see that if I've got a day. It'd be good to see it."
Harris recently unveiled the artwork and tracklisting for his upcoming album 18 Months, which is released October 29 in the UK and a day later in the US.
The LP includes his global hit with Rihanna 'We Found Love', as well as collaborations with Ellie Goulding and Tinie Tempah.
Watch the music video for his latest single 'Sweet Nothing' below: