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Harry Styles World Tour

Harry Styles World Tour

Harry Styles is finally getting his ‘Love On Tour’ off the ground after delivering to his fans the musical experience of a lifetime at his first tour stop in Las Vegas. Fans had been waiting for an eternity to hear him sing live renditions of his hits such as ‘Watermelon Sugar,’ ‘Adore You,’ and even ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ by One Direction – which fans say is practically a tradition at this point.

The first night of the tour marked the beginning of the second chapter of his collaboration with Alessandro Michele of Gucci. Styles appeared on the MGM stage wearing a pink outfit covering him from head to toe. He radiated the excitement of the 1970s by donning pink flared trousers, a matching metallic fringe vest, and white patent stiletto pumps, all of which he wore together.

After the main set was over, Styles returned for an encore performance, during which he played three more songs, beginning with his first solo single, ‘Sign of the Times.’ He ended the performance with the smash hit ‘Watermelon Sugar’ and a version of ‘Kiwi’ infused with rock and roll influences.

The singer-songwriter’s career started in 2010 when he was a solo contestant in the British music competition series, The X Factor. After elimination, he joined the One Direction group, which has been on hiatus indefinitely since 2016. His self-titled solo album debuted at UK No. 1. Following that, his other albums have done well, and his music has earned him many accolades.

In 2023, Harry Styles will bring his phenomenally popular ‘Love On Tour’ to the continent of Asia. Beginning on March 11 at Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium, he will conduct six gigs supporting his newest album, ‘Harry’s House’. In May of 2022, Harry’s House was made available to the public. Its first single, ‘As It Was,’ made its debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and it continues to be one of the songs that have had tremendous success in 2022.

On March 14, he will go to Manila to perform before making stops in Singapore, Seoul, and Tokyo. After these next performances, Styles will have played 102 events across 28 countries during his current tour stint. He then travels around Mexico, Columbia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil before fans in the United Kingdom and Europe can see his performance in the summer.

Are you going to see Harry Styles perform live in concert when he arrives in a city not too far from you in 2023? Grab your tickets now.

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