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  • MaKaia Brown

Harry Styles Bring ‘Love On Tour’ to Little Rock, AR


Pop singer Harry Styles announced on October 13 that he would be bringing his tour to the Simmons Bank Arena in Little Rock, AR on November 24th. Tickets for the show sold out the day they were released from fans all over the U.S. because originally it was going to be the last show of the tour. He later announced that the final show would be in Long Island, NY, so this gave Arkansas fans another chance to buy tickets from resellers.

“Tickets were pretty hard to get, especially if you didn’t have a code that would allow you to get tickets through their verified fan system. It was frustrating to get hit with 2,000+ fans who were racing to get the same tickets you were wanting and all you could do was sit and wait your turn. Through the nerve and with a crazy amount of luck, it was satisfying to see the confirmation page with the tickets I spent all week worrying about,” senior Emily Bautista said.

Styles performed his songs such as “Watermelon Sugar,” “Sign of the Times,” “Adore You,” and “Golden.” Many fans brought signs requesting him to “Call the Hogs” and funny enough he did somewhat. Fans said the famous chant six or seven times and Styles confusedly said “It’s still going!”

The sold-out show required all attendees and employees to wear masks throughout the entire show and bring proof of full vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test that wasn’t at home issued. Masks were required even when shopping at the merchandise booth the day before and the day of the concert to keep everyone safe.

Grammy-winning singer Harry Styles performed an amazing 90 minute show for his first time in Arkansas! To hear more of Styles' music, check out his debut album "Harry Styles" as well as his newest album "Fine Line." Or his upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling starring Florence Pugh alongside him will be released in September of 2022.




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