My experience attending a show on Harry Styles’ Love on Tour

For me personally, the experience attending Styles’ Denver show was a positive one

Harry Styles is a well known pop artist who has released hits like Watermelon Sugar and Adore You.

Harry Styles is a well known pop artist who has released hits like Watermelon Sugar and Adore You.

Harry Styles is currently on his tour titled Love On Tour and has been on tour since Sept. 4. His tour ended on Nov. 28. There were 42 shows in his American tour, which was originally internationally, but due to COVID-19 he is working to reschedule all his other dates out of the United States. There is still a possibility that all of the international concerts will be cancelled entirely, however, but there is no way to tell what will happen.

I attended the show in Denver on Sep. 7 at Mission Ballroom. I truly enjoyed the concert. The woman who opened the show for Harry Styles was Jenny Lewis, who was incredible. Her music is indie style with elements of country. Styles opened his show with his song Golden, which appeared to be perfect because the crowd was very cheerful during the song.

After that he sang Carolina, one of my favorites. It’s upbeat and exciting. Next was Adore You, Only Angel, She, Two Ghosts/Falling, Sunflower Vol. 6, Woman, Cherry, Lights up, Canyon Moon, Treat People With Kindness, What Makes you Beautiful (a One Direction song), Fine Line, Sign of the Times, Watermelon Sugar, and lastly, Kiwi. During his first show in Las Vegas, Styles did his signature move called “the whale”. Usually at the end of his shows, Styles tilts his head back and spits water into the air, this move has garnered lots of attention from the media and raucous applause from his fans. He also did this for Harryween, which included two Halloween-themed shows on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31.

After that, he stopped this iconic tradition that was becoming well known by Harry Styles fans. Some were complaining that it was a COVID hazard. Styles and his team were taking very strict COVID-19 precautions in general, however.

Though I didn’t get a chance to attend, the whale originated during Styles’ Harryween shows, which took place at Madison Square Garden. For the first night Harry and his band dressed as the Wizard of Oz characters. Harry was Dorothy, Mitch the guitarist was the cowardly lion, drummer Sarah was the evil witch, vocalist Nyoh was the scarecrow, Niji the keyboardist was the tin man, percussionist Pauli was Oz, and guitarist Charlotte was the good witch. For the second night, Styles and his band dressed up as clowns. Harry’s “special” songs he sang included Over the Rainbow by Judy Garland, Toxic by Britney Spears, and his own song, Medicine.

I would give my experience attending a concert part of his Love of Tour a 10/10. It was really fun and overall a great night.