August 1, 2023
Harry Styles’ world-shaking “Love on Tour” wrapped before a crowd of 100,000 people at Italy’s RCF Arena last week—concluding 173 dates over nearly three years. And his fans are not the only ones who benefited from the experience, reports Variety.
The tour launched on September 4, 2021, and saw Styles performing to 5.04 million fans in North and South America, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia—including 20 dates at Madison Square Garden, 18 at the Los Angeles Forum, and six at London’s Wembley Stadium — and is the fourth highest-grossing tour of all time.
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He was joined for the tour by a band that featured Pauli Lovejoy, Sarah Jones, Mitch Rowland, Madi Diaz, Elin Sandberg, Ariza, Yaffra, Parris Fleming, Kailah Vandever, Lorren Chiodo and Laura Bibbs.
The tour also saw the release of Styles’ third solo album, “Harry’s House,” which won Grammy Awards for album of the year and best pop vocal album, as well as all four BRIT Awards for which it was nominated. The album’s head single, “As It Was,” reached No. 1 in 33 countries—including 15 weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100.
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