Harry Styles concluded his monumental “Love on Tour” before a massive crowd of 100,000 fans at Italy’s RCF Arena last week. The tour, which spanned an incredible 173 dates over nearly three years, made its unforgettable debut on September 4, 2021, and took Styles across North and South America, the U.K., Europe, and Australia. Throughout this epic journey, he mesmerized a staggering 5.04 million fans with his electrifying performances.
The sheer scale of the tour is mind-blowing, with iconic venues such as Madison Square Garden hosting 20 dates, the Los Angeles Forum featuring 18 shows, London’s Wembley Stadium boasting six performances, and two sets of unforgettable “Harryween” concerts. According to the official announcement, “Love on Tour” has secured its place in history as the fourth highest-grossing tour of all time, cementing Harry Styles’ status as a global music sensation.
Accompanying Harry on this extraordinary musical odyssey was an incredible band comprising Pauli Lovejoy, Sarah Jones, Mitch Rowland, Madi Diaz, Elin Sandberg, Ariza, Yaffra, Parris Fleming, Kailah Vandever, Lorren Chiodo, and Laura Bibbs. Together, they brought the magic of Harry’s music to life.
Beyond the musical prowess and record-breaking achievements, “Love on Tour” exemplified Harry Styles‘ unwavering commitment to giving back. Throughout the tour, a remarkable $6.5 million was donated to various charities, making a significant impact on worthy causes.
In the midst of this incredible journey, Harry Styles also released his third solo album, “Harry’s House,” to widespread acclaim. The album was nothing short of a triumph, earning him prestigious accolades such as Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. At the BRIT Awards, the album received all four nominations it was eligible for, further solidifying its critical and commercial success.
The album’s lead single, “As It Was,” proved to be a global sensation, reaching the top spot on the charts in an astounding 33 countries, including an impressive 15 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.