Harry Styles kicked off his postponed tour in the beginning of September at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena. Love On Tour begins each gig with opener Jenny Lewis. Styles’ set-list features a majority of Styles’ 2019 album Fine Line including his radio hits such as “Watermelon Sugar” and “Golden.” It also contains a few songs from his self-titled album including “Sign of the Times,” and he adds a revised edition of “What Makes You Beautiful” for his One Direction fans.
Love On Tour was scheduled to begin back in 2020, but due to COVID-19, the world tour was postponed to the following year. Now, Styles has made accommodations to his shows in order to prevent any spread of the pandemic from his concerts. Styles has mandated that fans either show proof of vaccination or a negative test within 48 hours in order to attend. A mask must also be worn at all times while inside the venue, regardless of vaccination status.
Harry Styles not only performs with an upbeat energy throughout the course of the show, but he is most well known for the entertainment he brings as a live performer. His interactions with fans always seem to be the most memorable part of the night as they are posted all over social media. Some of these may include making funny remarks, reading posters in the crowd or having a conversation with a lucky fan standing in the suitably named Cherry and Watermelon pits. He commented on why a fans’ boyfriend should propose, participated in a fan’s gender reveal and sang “Happy Birthday.” These small details give each concert-goer a unique experience with memories that no other venue will have.
Harry Styles has yet to fail in the fashion department since his tour has begun. Each night he performs in a new glittery blouse and flared pants. His different choices of clothing have also given fans a welcoming environment for them to express their own sense of style. At each show, fans appear with various feather boas, funky glasses or crazy costumes to grab Styles’ attention from the stage.
Styles’ ability to create an exciting atmosphere allows his tour to be popular and successful, but with that, it is also harder for his fans to find appropriately priced tickets. Most arenas are already sold out with the small number of tickets left selling for expensive prices. Styles is set to visit Atlanta on Oct. 27 and 28 at State Farm Arena, and the number of tickets are already running low. Visiting one of his shows is bound to give an attendee an unforgettable and noteworthy night.