A closer look at Harry Styles’ merchandise for Wembley Love on Tour concerts - what is available?

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People are already queuing for early merch sales at Harry Styles’ last London dates on his three year Love on Tour

Although the end is nigh for Harry Styles’ Love on Tour as the singer prepares for his final four London dates at Wembley Stadium, fans are scouring to get pieces of merchandise as keepsakes to remember the three-year tour.

Unlike Beyoncé who housed a pop-up shop in the English capital when she performed at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Harry Styles merchandise became available from Wembley the day before his first concert on 13 June.

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Fans were filmed queuing on TikTok for the early merch drop as others took to the comment section on the social media platform to ask about when the stalls would open each day that Harry is performing in Wembley.

While TikTok users were quick to reply to their fellow ‘Stylers’, PeopleWorld is able to give you a full rundown of the prices of Wembley merch and when you can get your hands on them.

If you fancy yourself a £25 tote bag that has the words ‘Love on Tour’ scattered between colourful houses playing musical instruments, a £35 t-shirt with the dates of Harry’s Wembley gigs under a rainbow or a ‘thank you’ hoodie showcasing the three years Harry has been touring and the respective stadiums that costs £75, then get yourself down to Wembley Stadium.

From 11am-1pm when stalls first open, you could also try to get your hands on a chequered bunny hoodie (that has been brought back from earlier on the tour due to popular demand) worth £65, a £20 tour poster that displays the 2023 countries or a £30 neon cap that reads 'spinning out waiting for ya' referencing Harry's song Satellite.

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Other graphic hoodies and t-shirts options are available from £35-£75 with bright coloured text, a picture of Harry performing on stage or sweet cartoons of famous landmarks from the countries Harry sang in including the Eiffel Tower, Brandenburg gate and Big Ben.

According to fans on TikTok who have been to some of Harry’s former Love on Tour dates before this week’s Wembley gigs suggest that the merch stalls stay open for the duration of the concert but start packing up around the time Harry sings ‘Kiwi’ in the encore.

Harry Styles will be playing at London’s Wembley Stadium on June 13, 14, 16 and 17.

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