Harry Styles: Live on Tour

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Harry Styles – Live on Tour
Tour by Harry Styles
Harry Styles Live On Tour.jpg
Associated album Harry Styles
Start date 19 September 2017 (2017-09-19)
End date 14 July 2018 (2018-07-14)
Legs 2
No. of shows
  • 38 in North America
  • 31 in Europe
  • 9 in Asia
  • 7 in Australia
  • 4 in South America
  • 89 in total

Harry Styles – Live on Tour[1] was the debut concert tour by English singer Harry Styles in support of his self-titled debut album (2017). The tour was announced on 28 April 2017 and additional dates were added on 8 June. The 2017 tour visited small venues (except in New Zealand) while the 2018 tour visited arenas. The tour began on 19 September 2017 in San Francisco and concluded on 14 July 2018 in Inglewood, comprising 89 shows.

Background[edit]

In June 2016, it was confirmed that Styles had signed a recording contract as a solo artist with Columbia Records.[2] In April 2017, Styles released his debut single, "Sign of the Times",[3] and his self-titled debut album on 12 May 2017.[4]

The tour dates for 2017 were announced on 28 April 2017 via Twitter and his website.[5] Tickets went on sale on 5 May. The tour was sold-out in seconds due to the relatively small sizes of the venues.[6] Styles elected to play smaller venues for his first shows to allow fans the opportunity for a more intimate live experience.[6] On 6 June, MUNA was announced as the supporting act for his 2017 North American and European dates.[7] On 8 June, Styles added 56 new dates in Europe, Asia, Australia, South America, and North America for 2018, revisiting many of the previous stops and playing larger venues. The opening acts for the tour were announced the same day, with Kacey Musgraves in the U.S. and Canada, Warpaint in Asia, and Leon Bridges in South America and Mexico.[8] Due to high demand, additional seats were added in a 360 setup for the North American stops in 2018.[9] On 29 November, Mabel and The Preatures were announced as the opening acts for Europe and Australia respectively.[10] Styles exclusively wore custom Gucci designed by Alessandro Michele for his stage outfits in 2017.[11][12] In addition to Gucci, Styles also wore custom Calvin Klein 205W39NYC designed by Raf Simons,[13] as well as Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, and Saint Laurent outfits on tour in 2018.[14]

Critical reception[edit]

Styles performing in Nashville, Tennesee in June 2018.

The tour garnered almost universally positive reviews. Eve Barlow of Billboard described Styles as "a true rockstar" and wrote, "He was made to be the frontman. [...] His Jagger-meets-David Cassidy persona shines out on the swaggering "Only Angel" and "Woman".[15] Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone marvelled at Styles' "superhuman enthusiasm", writing, "A year into his solo rebirth, he’s earned his stripes as a master of every rock & roll move, wearing the tradition like it’s a coat he had tailored just for him." Sheffield continued that Styles is "the ultimate fusion of Mick Jagger’s yin and Paul McCartney’s yang [...] to the point where encountering them at peak strength in the same star can get bewildering".[16] Writing for Los Angeles Times, August Brown lauded the show as "one of the best arena rock shows of the last few years", taking particular note of the stage production which was "classy and minimal, relying on the strength of the songs and Styles’ charm as a live performer."[17] Sabrina Barr of The Independent praised Styles for his "undeniably impressive vocal range", adding, "Most performers can only dream of having the charisma and star quality that Harry Styles naturally exudes."[18]

The Irish Times's Louise Bruton wrote that Styles "proves his superstar status easily but he maintains a sincere level of modesty throughout the entire show, making him more personable than a lot of his pop star peers", and praised his vocals on slower songs, calling him "very much in a league of his own".[19] Matt Miller of Esquire complimented Styles' sensitivity in regards to inclusivity ("aggressively inclusive" Rolling Stone wrote) after seeing "teens carrying rainbow hats, shirts, and even one pride flag attached to a Black Lives Matter sign in the front row", saying "[Styles reminds] us that youths are here, they're aware, and they actually care."[20]

Commercial performance[edit]

According to Billboard, tickets for the 2017 shows sold out in seconds across 29 markets.[6] Globe’s pre-sale for the concert at Mall of Asia Arena in Manila broke Coldplay’s record of six minutes by selling out in 52 seconds.[21] The second of the two final shows at The Forum in Inglewood, California, tallied more than 17,000 paid tickets and beat the record for the most paid tickets for a single show since the venue reopened in 2014. Additionally, record amounts of merchandise were sold in over 50 venues in North and South America, Australia, and Europe, according to Live Nation.[22]

Pollstar's 2018 Mid-Year report ranked the tour at No. 13 on the Top 100 Worldwide Tours list and No. 20 on Top 100 North American Tours list in terms of gross, and No. 8 on Top 100 Tours list for number of tickets sold worldwide.[23] Styles was the third top-selling touring act of Summer 2018 in the U.S.,[24] fifth in Canada and Argentina,[25][26] and eighth in Brazil on StubHub.[27]

Charity work[edit]

The tour raised a total of $1.2 million in charity donations from ticket and merchandise sales for 62 charities around the world, and registered hundreds of new voters in the U.S. via the non-profit organisation HeadCount.[22] Styles also partnered with the environmental non-profit Reverb,[28] and engaged in a major effort for water conservation that saved the equivalent of 10,000 single-use water bottles by fans, and 3,200 by the band and crew, and recycled more than 6,500 gallons of water from buses, offices, dressing rooms and other backstage areas.[22] Styles released two T-shirts in celebration of Pride, with all proceeds going to support GLSEN's work ensuring safe and inclusive schools for LGBTQ youth.[29]

Set list[edit]

2017

This set list is representative of the show on 19 September 2017 in San Francisco. It is not intended to represent all concerts for the 2017 tour.[30]

  1. "Ever Since New York"
  2. "Two Ghosts"
  3. "Carolina"
  4. "Stockholm Syndrome" (One Direction cover)
  5. "Sweet Creature"
  6. "Only Angel"
  7. "Woman"
  8. "Meet Me in the Hallway"
  9. "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" (Ariana Grande cover)
  10. "What Makes You Beautiful" (One Direction cover)
  11. "Kiwi"

Encore

  1. "From the Dining Table"
  2. "The Chain" (Fleetwood Mac cover)
  3. "Sign of the Times"
2018

This set list is representative of the show on 11 March 2018 in Basel. It is not intended to represent all concerts for the 2018 tour.[31]

  1. "Only Angel"
  2. "Woman"
  3. "Ever Since New York"
  4. "Two Ghosts"
  5. "Carolina"
  6. "Stockholm Syndrome" (One Direction cover)
  7. "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" (Ariana Grande cover)
  8. "Medicine"
  9. "Meet Me in the Hallway"
  10. "Sweet Creature"
  11. "If I Could Fly" (One Direction cover)
  12. "Anna"
  13. "What Makes You Beautiful" (One Direction cover)
  14. "Sign of the Times"

Encore

  1. "From the Dining Table"
  2. "The Chain" (Fleetwood Mac cover)
  3. "Kiwi"
Notes

Shows[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America[41][42]
19 September 2017 San Francisco United States SF Masonic Auditorium Muna[43] 3,188 / 3,198 $199,408
20 September 2017 Los Angeles Greek Theatre 5,727 / 5,867 $380,961
25 September 2017 Nashville Ryman Auditorium Muna, Cam[44] 2,362 / 2,362 $142,624
26 September 2017 Chicago Chicago Theatre Muna 3,553 / 3,553 $297,764
28 September 2017 New York City Radio City Music Hall 5,942 / 5,942 $501,793
30 September 2017 Boston Wang Theatre 3,531 / 3,531 $259,878
1 October 2017 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall N/A N/A
4 October 2017 Toronto Canada Massey Hall N/A N/A
5 October 2017 Upper Darby United States Tower Theater N/A N/A
8 October 2017 Atlanta Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre N/A N/A
10 October 2017 Dallas The Pavilion N/A N/A
11 October 2017 Austin Moody Theater 2,622 / 2,646 $205,129
14 October 2017 Phoenix Comerica Theatre N/A N/A
Europe[45][46][47]
25 October 2017 Paris France Olympia Muna N/A N/A
27 October 2017 Cologne Germany Palladium N/A N/A
29 October 2017 London England Eventim Apollo 10,375 / 13,589 $635,398
30 October 2017
1 November 2017 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester N/A N/A
2 November 2017 Glasgow Scotland SEC Armadillo 2,919 / 2,919 $179,580
5 November 2017 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset N/A N/A
7 November 2017 Berlin Germany Tempodrom 3,546 / 3,549 $256,146
8 November 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands AFAS Live 5,974 / 5,974 $340,762
10 November 2017 Milan Italy Discoteca Alcatraz N/A N/A
Asia[46]
23 November 2017 Singapore The Star Centre N/A N/A N/A
Oceania[48][49]
26 November 2017 Sydney Australia Enmore Theatre Maddy Jane[50] N/A N/A
30 November 2017 Melbourne Forum Theatre N/A N/A
2 December 2017 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena N/A N/A
Asia[46]
7 December 2017 Tokyo Japan Ex Theater Roppongi N/A N/A N/A
8 December 2017
Europe[51]
11 March 2018 Basel Switzerland St. Jakobshalle Mabel[10] 6,725 / 6,725 $560,383
13 March 2018 Paris France AccorHotels Arena 12,422 / 13,811 $859,867
14 March 2018 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 13,105 / 13,105 $916,022
16 March 2018 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 12,156 / 12,156 $856,747
18 March 2018 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe 8,578 / 8,578 $711,071
19 March 2018 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena 10,580 / 10,580 $971,088
21 March 2018 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum 9,307 / 9,307 $653,261
24 March 2018 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena 10,591 / 10,814 $717,474
25 March 2018 Hamburg Barclaycard Arena 10,383 / 10,383 $745,781
27 March 2018 Munich Olympiahalle 11,267 / 11,267 $801,337
30 March 2018 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi 10,338 / 10,338 $729,427
31 March 2018 Madrid WiZink Center 12,108 / 12,108 $882,525
2 April 2018 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum 10,374 / 10,374 $741,138
4 April 2018 Bologna Unipol Arena 12,660 / 12,660 $916,473
5 April 2018 Mannheim Germany SAP Arena 9,015 / 9,015 $641,605
7 April 2018 Birmingham England Genting Arena 12,771 / 12,771 $943,165
9 April 2018 Manchester Manchester Arena 13,478 / 13,478 $1,002,200
11 April 2018 London The O2 Arena 29,572 / 32,869 $2,088,620
12 April 2018
14 April 2018 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro 10,546 / 10,546 $789,499
16 April 2018 Dublin Republic of Ireland 3Arena 12,612 / 12,612 $970,530
Australia[51]
21 April 2018 Perth Australia Perth Arena The Preatures[10] 9,256 / 9,256 $895,011
24 April 2018 Melbourne Hisense Arena 8,929 / 8,929 $752,987
27 April 2018 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 14,263 / 14,562 $1,323,240
28 April 2018 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 10,658 / 10,658 $989,211
Asia[51]
1 May 2018 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena Warpaint[52] 10,130 / 10,130 $747,330
3 May 2018 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium N/A N/A
5 May 2018 Hong Kong HKCEC Hall 5BC N/A N/A
7 May 2018 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena N/A N/A
10 May 2018 Osaka Japan World Memorial Hall 4,754 / 4,754 $616,143
12 May 2018 Chiba Makuhari Event Hall 8,908 / 8,908 $1,078,067
South America[51]
23 May 2018 Buenos Aires Argentina DirecTV Arena Leon Bridges[53] 9,523 / 9,523 $827,872
25 May 2018 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena 12,370 / 12,370 $1,140,297
27 May 2018 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Jeunesse Arena 12,244 / 12,244 $802,257
29 May 2018 São Paulo Espaço das Américas 7,200 / 7,200 $672,817
North America[54]
1 June 2018 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes Leon Bridges 33,943 / 33,943 $1,962,719
2 June 2018
5 June 2018 Dallas United States American Airlines Center Kacey Musgraves[55] 16,461 / 16,461 $1,306,002
7 June 2018 Houston Toyota Center 14,238 / 14,238 $1,163,261
9 June 2018 Sunrise BB&T Center 16,678 / 16,678 $1,302,904
11 June 2018 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 12,007 / 12,007 $1,071,691
12 June 2018 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 18,543 / 18,543 $1,265,101
14 June 2018 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium 15,468 / 15,468 $1,111,493
15 June 2018 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 16,959 / 16,959 $1,370,303
16 June 2018 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 17,390 / 17,390 $1,391,932
18 June 2018 Boston United States TD Garden 16,146 / 16,146 $1,273,432
21 June 2018 New York City Madison Square Garden 36,353 / 36,353 $2,806,112
22 June 2018
24 June 2018 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 15,894 / 15,894 $1,308,830
26 June 2018 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 15,894 / 15,894 $1,283,454
27 June 2018 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 15,566 / 15,566 $1,126,959
30 June 2018 Chicago United Center N/A N/A
1 July 2018 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 16,914 / 16,914 $1,375,043
3 July 2018 Denver Pepsi Center 13,636 / 13,636 $1,097,362
6 July 2018 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 14,134 / 14,134 $1,105,785
7 July 2018 Seattle United States KeyArena 13,535 / 13,535 $1,118,751
9 July 2018 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 14,565 / 14,565 $1,209,501
11 July 2018 San Jose SAP Center N/A N/A
13 July 2018 Inglewood The Forum 33,698 / 33,698 $2,700,031
14 July 2018
Total 764,584 / 773,183 (98.9%) $59,093,554

Personnel[edit]

Band[56]
  • Guitar & Vocal: Mitchell Rowland
  • Keyboards & Vocal: Clare Uchima
  • Drums & Vocal: Sarah Jones
  • Bass & Vocal: Adam Prendergast

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