Love On Tour

2021 concert tour by Harry Styles

Love On Tour
Tour by Harry Styles
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Location
  • North America
  • Europe
  • South America
  • Oceania
Associated albumFine Line
Harry's House[1]
Start date4 September 2021 (2021-09-04)
End date22 July 2023 (2023-07-22)
Legs7
No. of shows179
Supporting acts
  • Wolf Alice
  • Madison Cunningham
  • Koffee
  • Jenny Lewis
  • Mitski
  • Arlo Parks
  • Orville Peck
  • Wet Leg
  • Inhaler
  • Madi Diaz
  • Blood Orange
  • Gabriels
  • Jessie Ware
  • Ben Harper
Harry Styles concert chronology
  • Harry Styles: Live on Tour
    (2017–2018)
  • Love On Tour
    (2021–2023)

Love On Tour[2] is the second concert tour by English singer-songwriter Harry Styles, in support of his second and third studio albums, Fine Line, which was released on 13 December 2019, and Harry's House, which was released on 20 May 2022. This tour has 7 legs spreading over the course of 22 months starting on 4 September 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada, finishing on 22 July 2023 in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

After being postponed twice due to social restrictions amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the tour began on 4 September 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada supporting Fine Line, consisting of 42 announced US dates in total.[3] Styles later began touring internationally in June, promoting Fine Line as well as Harry's House. Love On Tour became one of the first full capacity indoor arena concert cycle to happen in the United States in the aftermath of the pandemic.[4] The tour grossed a total of $95 million and sold 719,000 tickets from 42 shows performed in North America from September to November 2021. The tour made another $55 million and sold 638,000 tickets from the 23 shows performed in Europe from June to July 2022.

Background

On 4 November 2019, Styles announced the release of his second studio album Fine Line, which was released on 13 December 2019;[5] the first single "Lights Up" was released on digital platforms on 11 October.[6] During a radio interview with Capital FM on the singer announced that he would tour the world through 2020.[7] Styles announced the album's support tour, Love On Tour on November 13, exactly a month before the album's release.[8][9] In January 2020, it was announced, as part of the tour, Styles would perform as part of the 2020 Wango Tango concert.[10]

In March 2020, it was announced the 2020 Wango Tango concert had been cancelled;[11] it was subsequently announced that the European leg would be postponed to 2021, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.[12] In June of the same year, Styles pushed back the North American leg of the tour, including the planned "Harryween" event, to 2021.[13] In July 2021, it was announced that the dates for the US leg had been adjusted and would start in September 2021 instead of August.[14] Depending on the state legislature, the event organizer required proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative diagnostic test within 48 hours prior to entry, in addition to wearing a mask, in order to attend Styles' show.[15][16] On January 19, 2022, Styles announced European and South American tour dates.[17]

In October 2021, during the tour, Styles held a two-day Halloween event at New York City's Madison Square Garden arena, called "Harryween Fancy Dress Party", where all concertgoers dressed in costumes, with Styles himself dressed as Dorothy Gale and a Pierrot clown.[18] Many of the concertgoers were photographed on the scene by Vogue.[19]

Set list

This set list is representative of the show on 3 October 2021 in New York City.[20] It is not intended to represent all concerts for the tour.

  1. "Golden"
  2. "Carolina"
  3. "Adore You"
  4. "Only Angel"
  5. "She"
  6. "Two Ghosts / Falling"
  7. "Sunflower Vol. 6"
  8. "To Be So Lonely"
  9. "Woman"
  10. "Cherry"
  11. "Lights Up"
  12. "Canyon Moon"
  13. "Treat People With Kindness"
  14. "What Makes You Beautiful"
  15. "Fine Line"
Encore
  1. "Sign of the Times"
  2. "Watermelon Sugar"
  3. "Kiwi"

Additional notes

  • Styles performed "Over the Rainbow" from The Wizard of Oz during the show in New York City on 30 October.[21]
  • Styles performed "Toxic" by Britney Spears and "Medicine" during the show in New York City on 31 October.[22]
  • Styles performed Medicine during select dates throughout the tour.[23][24][25][26][27]
  • Beginning on the 11 June 2022 show in Glasgow, Styles added "Music for a Sushi Restaurant", "Daylight", "Cinema", "Keep Driving", "Matilda", "Boyfriends", Satellite", "Late Night Talking", "Love of My Life" and "As It Was" to the set list; he removed "Carolina", "Only Angel, "She", "Two Ghosts", "Falling", "Sunflower Vol. 6", "To Be So Lonely", "Woman" and "Cherry".[28]

Tour dates

List of North American concerts[29][2]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance[30] Revenue[30]
4 September 2021 Las Vegas United States MGM Grand Garden Arena Jenny Lewis 13,413 / 13,413 $1,686,284
7 September 2021 Denver Ball Arena 17,347 / 17,347 $1,863,008
9 September 2021 San Antonio AT&T Center 17,298 / 17,298 $2,131,207
11 September 2021 Dallas American Airlines Center 17,682 / 17,682 $2,193,709
15 September 2021 St. Louis Enterprise Center 17,171 / 17,171 $2,745,557
17 September 2021 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 18,995 / 18,995 $2,319,947
18 September 2021 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 18,903 / 18,903 $2,753,018
20 September 2021 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 18,204 / 18,204 $2,281,394
22 September 2021 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 18,114 / 18,114 $2,241,288
24 September 2021 Chicago United Center 39,387 / 39,387 $4,750,594
25 September 2021
29 September 2021 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 32,627 / 32,627 $4,464,889
1 October 2021
3 October 2021 New York City Madison Square Garden 56,392 / 56,392[a] $8,099,555[a]
4 October 2021
7 October 2021 Orlando Amway Center 16,898 / 16,898 $1,904,939
8 October 2021 Sunrise FLA Live Arena 18,176 / 18,176 $2,350,545
10 October 2021 Tampa Amalie Arena 18,183 / 18,183 $2,029,171
12 October 2021 Raleigh PNC Arena 18,616 / 18,616 $2,238,542
14 October 2021 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 18,369 / 18,369 $2,137,752
16 October 2021 New York City Madison Square Garden [a] [a]
18 October 2021 Cleveland Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse 17,786 / 17,786 $2,197,690
21 October 2021 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 18,159 / 18,159 $2,165,968
23 October 2021
25 October 2021 Boston TD Garden 16,743 / 16,743 $2,306,243
27 October 2021 Atlanta State Farm Arena 31,146 / 31,146 $4,146,897
28 October 2021
30 October 2021 New York City Madison Square Garden Madison Cunningham
Orville Peck
37,321 / 37,321 $5,714,220
31 October 2021
3 November 2021 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum Jenny Lewis 16,881 / 16,881 $2,312,794
7 November 2021 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 21,469 / 21,469 $2,746,176
8 November 2021 Portland Moda Center 17,890 / 17,890 $2,125,697
10 November 2021 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 16,745 / 16,745 $2,292,473
11 November 2021 San Jose SAP Center 17,823 / 17,823 $2,244,533
13 November 2021 Glendale Gila River Arena 16,846 / 16,846 $2,036,487
15 November 2021 San Diego Pechanga Arena 13,728 / 13,728 $1,641,218
17 November 2021 Inglewood The Forum 50,739 / 50,739 $6,602,191
19 November 2021
20 November 2021
23 November 2021[b] Houston Toyota Center 16,541 / 16,541 $2,171,475
24 November 2021 North Little Rock Simmons Bank Arena 16,691 / 16,691 $2,525,863
28 November 2021[c] Elmont UBS Arena 16,777 / 16,777 $3,272,836
List of European concerts[29][d]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
11 June 2022 Glasgow Scotland Ibrox Stadium Mitski 43,637 / 43,637 $4,229,885
15 June 2022 Manchester England Emirates Old Trafford 99,526 / 99,526 $9,179,139
16 June 2022
18 June 2022 London Wembley Stadium 147,269 / 147,269 $14,479,293
19 June 2022
22 June 2022 Dublin Ireland Aviva Stadium Arlo Parks 50,422 / 50,422 $5,006,395
26 June 2022 Hamburg Germany Volksparkstadion Wolf Alice 42,192 / 42,192 $3,494,578
29 June 2022 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena 36,282 / 36,282 $3,068,314
1 July 2022 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena 23,784 / 23,784 $2,089,269
5 July 2022 Paris France Accor Arena 14,598 / 14,598 $1,030,721
7 July 2022 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 18,245 / 18,245 $1,207,376
9 July 2022 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 13,080 / 13,080 $1,056,199
11 July 2022 Munich Germany Olympiahalle 13,027 / 13,027 $991,358
13 July 2022 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena 12,070 / 12,070 $788,891
15 July 2022 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena 15,616 / 15,616 $1,069,985
16 July 2022 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle 10,910 / 10,910 $811,841
18 July 2022 Kraków Poland Tauron Arena 15,158 / 15,158 $1,654,068
20 July 2022 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena 12,853 / 12,853 $1,026,787
22 July 2022 Cologne Lanxess Arena 16,069 / 16,069 $1,211,191
25 July 2022 Bologna Italy Unipol Arena 12,699 / 12,699 $912,467
26 July 2022 Turin Pala Alpitour 14,513 / 14,513 $923,185
29 July 2022 Madrid Spain WiZink Center 13,990 / 13,990 $964,164
31 July 2022 Lisbon Portugal Altice Arena 12,671 / 12,671 $747,179
List of North American concerts
Date City Country Venue Opening Acts Attendance Revenue
15 August 2022 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena Madi Diaz 36,607 / 36,607 $6,864,299
16 August 2022
20 August 2022 New York City United States Madison Square Garden Blood Orange
21 August 2022
22 August 2022
26 August 2022
27 August 2022
28 August 2022
1 September 2022
2 September 2022
3 September 2022
7 September 2022
8 September 2022
10 September 2022
14 September 2022
15 September 2022
21 September 2022
25 September 2022 Austin Moody Center Gabriels
26 September 2022
28 September 2022
29 September 2022
2 October 2022
3 October 2022
6 October 2022 Chicago United Center Jessie Ware
8 October 2022
9 October 2022
13 October 2022
14 October 2022
15 October 2022
23 October 2022 Inglewood Kia Forum Ben Harper
24 October 2022
26 October 2022
28 October 2022
29 October 2022
31 October 2022
2 November 2022
4 November 2022
5 November 2022
7 November 2022
9 November 2022
11 November 2022
12 November 2022
14 November 2022
15 November 2022
List of Latin American concerts[2][29][e]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
20 November 2022 Guadalajara Mexico Arena VFG Koffee
22 November 2022 Monterrey Arena Monterrey
24 November 2022 Mexico City Foro Sol
25 November 2022
27 November 2022 Bogotá Colombia Parque Salitre Mágico
29 November 2022[f] Lima Peru Estadio Nacional
1 December 2022[g] Santiago Chile Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida
3 December 2022 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio River Plate
4 December 2022
6 December 2022 São Paulo Brazil Allianz Parque
8 December 2022 Rio de Janeiro Jeunesse Arena
10 December 2022 Curitiba Pedreira Paulo Leminski
13 December 2022 São Paulo Allianz Parque
14 December 2022
List of Oceania concerts[2][29][h]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
20 February 2023 Perth Australia HBF Park Wet Leg
24 February 2023 Melbourne Marvel Stadium
25 February 2023
28 February 2023 Gold Coast Metricon Stadium
3 March 2023 Sydney Accor Stadium
4 March 2023
7 March 2023 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium
List of European concerts
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
13 May 2023 Horsens Denmark CASA Arena Horsens Wet Leg
14 May 2023
17 May 2023 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
18 May 2023
22 May 2023 Coventry England Coventry Building Society Arena
23 May 2023
26 May 2023 Edinburgh Scotland BT Murrayfield Stadium
27 May 2023
1 June 2023 Paris France Stade de France
2 June 2023
5 June 2023 Amsterdam Netherlands Johan Cruijff Arena
6 June 2023
10 June 2023 Slane Ireland Slane Castle Wet Leg
Inhaler
13 June 2023 London England Wembley Stadium Wet Leg
14 June 2023
16 June 2023
17 June 2023
20 June 2023 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium
21 June 2023
24 June 2023 Werchter Belgium Festivalpark Werchter
27 June 2023 Düsseldorf Germany Merkur Spiel-Arena
28 June 2023
2 July 2023 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
5 July 2023 Frankfurt Germany Deutsche Bank Park
6 July 2023
8 July 2023 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
12 July 2023 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
14 July 2023 Madrid Nuevo Espacio Mad Cool
18 July 2023 Lisbon Portugal Passeio Marítimo de Algés
22 July 2023 Reggio Emilia Italy RCF Arena
Total 1,394,278 / 1,394,278 $157,438,120

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts
Date City Country Venue Reason
15 April 2020 Birmingham England Utilita Arena COVID-19 pandemic[11][33]
17 April 2020 Sheffield Utilita Arena
6 June 2020[i] Carson United States Dignity Health Sports Park
20 November 2020 Sydney Australia Qudos Bank Arena
21 November 2020
23 November 2020 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
25 November 2020 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
26 November 2020
28 November 2020 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
29 November 2020
2 December 2020 Perth RAC Arena
30 March 2021 Moscow Russia Megasport Sport Palace
16 August 2021 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
20 October 2021 Montreal Bell Centre
3 July 2022 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena 2022 Copenhagen mall shooting[34]

Personnel

Personnel adapted via Capital FM.[35]

Band

  • Elin Sandberg – bass, vocals
  • Yaffra – keys, vocals
  • Pauli Lovejoy – percussions, vocals
  • Mitchell Rowland – guitar, vocals
  • Sarah Jones – drums, vocals
  • Ny Oh – piano, guitar, theremin, vocals

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d The box office data is representative of the three shows at Madison Square Garden on 3-4 and 16 October respectively.
  2. ^ Originally set to take place on 13 September 2021, but was rescheduled due to Tropical Storm Nicholas.
  3. ^ These shows were originally scheduled to take place during fall 2020, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in North America.
  4. ^ These shows were originally scheduled to take place during the spring and summer of 2020, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe.
  5. ^ These shows were originally scheduled to take place during fall 2020, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in South America.
  6. ^ The concert on 29 November 2022 in Lima was originally scheduled at the Jockey Club del Perú, but it was rescheduled and moved to the National Stadium.[31]
  7. ^ The concert on 1 December 2022 in Santiago was originally scheduled on 14 October 2020 at the Movistar Arena, but it was rescheduled and moved to the Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida.[32]
  8. ^ These shows were originally scheduled to take place during the spring and the summer of 2020, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Oceania.
  9. ^ The concert was supposed to be part of the 2020 iHeartRadio Wango Tango concert.

References

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