Harry Styles first hit the music scene as a 2010 contestant on the British television reality singing competition The X Factor. Although he was eliminated relatively early, he returned to the program as a member of the newly formed boy band One Direction, which went on to win third place and a contract with show creator Simon Cowell's record label. With the band, Styles released four No. 1 studio albums with four singles appearing in the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart before he began a solo career in 2016 after the band went on indefinite hiatus. His eponymous first solo album, released in 2017, hit the top of the music charts in 14 countries. Harry Styles performs at large stadiums, but his live shows always provide an intimate experience for fans.
Signs It's Harry's Time
You can call him Hazza, Haz, H, Harold, Harrah or just plain Harry. Whatever you call him, Harry Styles has sung and danced his way into the hearts of millions of fans during multiple tours with One Direction as well as during his first tour as a solo artist, which ran from 2017 to 2018. In addition to seeing Harry Styles live on stage, you can also see him in several films. He is the subject of two documentaries – one that follows One Direction while on the road and one that focuses on Harry Styles and the creation of his eponymous solo album. Styles and his former band mates also star in a One Direction concert film. Stretching his dramatic chops, Harry Styles made his feature film debut playing the role of Alex in the Christopher Nolan movie Dunkirk.
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What can I expect from a Harry Styles concert?
Harry Styles' music is a blend of pop, rock, soft rock and Brit pop. His voice is a darker, heavier, huskier baritone than his One Direction peers with a stronger drive and a milder edge to it than his slight frame and boyish appearance may suggest. Despite this, he often ranges into his upper registers, including frequent drifts into light falsetto. In any register, his vibrato rolls strongly along. You can expect sharp dance moves and an equally sharp, high-fashion wardrobe. He has claimed that his primary influences are Shania Twain, first and foremost, followed by Elvis Presley, Freddie Mercury and Queen, Harry Nilsson, The Beatles and Pink Floyd, among others. Critics have likened his concert performance to a cross between Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney.
Where can I see Harry Styles live?
On his last tour, Harry Styles hit 89 spots throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and South America.
How does Harry Styles show his activism in his live performances?
On all Harry Styles tours, the merchandise stand offers Harry's own special edition hair tie set. All profits from sales of these sets along with a portion of the money brought in from ticket sales are donated to Treat People With Kindness, which serves various local charities in the towns and cities where he stops to perform.
What songs might I hear at a Harry Styles concert?
In addition to "Sign of the Times," you're also likely to hear his other hit singles "Kiwi" and "Two Ghosts" as well as the promotional single "Sweet Creature." He may also throw in a cover song or two like he did during his first solo tour, where he performed a version of Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" along with several songs from his former band.