The setlist for the next leg of Harry Styles’ Love on Tour world tour is here! The singer, who had been touring across Europe for the past two months in support of his second and third studio albums, Fine Line (2019) and Harry’s House (2022), is finally in the US to start the next leg of his tour on August 20.
After the US, Harry will be touring across Latin America at the end of this year and will finally wrap up the tour in Oceania in early 2023. Read on to know the complete details of the setlist and the concert venues.
Love on Tour Setlist for US Concerts
The setlist is a little different from that of the Europe tour of the 28 year old singer. The US concerts will feature 15 tracks, including Daydreaming, Golden, Adore You, Daylight, Keep Driving, Matilda, Little Freak, Satellite, Cinema and Music for a Sushi Restaurant.
Other songs on the list are Treat People With Kindness, Late Night Talking, Watermelon Sugar and Love of My Life. Harry will also be performing on the One Direction song, What Makes You Beautiful. Three encore tracks are also there on the list, namely Sign of the Times, As It Was and Kiwi.
Harry will be Performing in Four US Cities
Currently, only four US cities will be hosting the Senorita singer: New York City, Austin, Chicago, and Los Angeles. However, multiple concerts have been planned in each city. Styles will start his US tour in New York on August 20 and have a total of 15 shows at the Madison Square Garden. The shows will be opened by a Brooklyn-based group, led by pop musician Dev Hynes.
He will then have five concerts at Austin’s Moody Center between September 25 and October 2, with LA-based R&B trio Gabriels as the openers. The singer will then move to Chicago and have five shows at the United Centre between October 6 and 14, with opening acts by British R&B artist Jessie Ware.
He will finally perform at LA’s Kia Forum in a series of 15 concerts starting on October 23 and wrap up the US tour on November 15. Here, he will be supported by folk musician Ben Harper.
Love on Tour is the Second Concert Tour by Harry Styles
After the Live on Tour in 2017, Styles announced his second tour, the Love on Tour in 2019, in support of his second album, Fine Line. However, the tour was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it finally began on 4 September 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The 2021 leg of the tour featured 42 concerts in the US, selling a total of 719,000 tickets and grossing over $95 million. Last week, the former One Direction member had two concerts at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada.
Following the 2022 US tour, Harry has shows lined up in Mexico, Columbia, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil as well, which will go on from November 22 to December 10. The singer will conclude the tour on March 7, 2023, with his concert in Auckland, New Zealand.
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