Harry Styles fans have been issued travel advice ahead of his first Ediburgh show.
The former One Direction heartthrob is in the final stages of his globe spanning Love On Tour. He will be playing arenas across Britain and Europe in the coming days and weeks.
Tickets had been sold out but extra ones have now been made available. But how can you get your hands on them?
The Love On Tour shows are in support of his latest album Harry’s House. He has played shows across the world including an extensive US run of shows - playing venues such as New York’s famous Maddison Square Garden.
He played back-to-back shows in Coventry this week and will head up to Edinburgh to play the Murrayfield Stadium over the weekend.Here’s all you need to know about the UK tour:
Can you get tickets for Harry Styles UK shows?
Harry Styles did a previous run of British stadium shows in 2022 - playing the likes of Wembley Stadium, Old Trafford and Ibrox. But he will be returning for more stadium shows this year.
Demand for tickets has been high but extra tickets have now been made available for the shows in May and June. It includes concerts in London, Coventry, Cardiff and Edinburgh.
The tickets are available from Aloud.com but you will have to act quick, to make sure you don’t miss out. The website is experiencing high demand on Thursday (13 March).
What songs could Harry Styles play in Edinburgh?
Harry Styles has been on the road for much of 2022 and played a huge number of shows. The setlist for his shows in Coventry on 22 and 23 May was as follows:
- Adore You
- Keep Driving
- Stockholm Syndrome (One Direction song)
- Late Night Talking
- Music for a Sushi Restaurant
- Treat People With Kindness
- What Makes You Beauitful (One Direction song)
- Watermelon Sugar
- Fine Line
- Sign of the Times
- As It Was
How long does Harry Styles show last?
The summer Love On Tour UK stadium shows started in Coventry on 22 May and continued the day after. Harry Style's set started at around 8.30pm on both nights and lasted for 1 hour 50.
Travel advice issued for Edinburgh?
ScotRail are putting on extra rail services to cope with the thousands of fans attending the concert. Fans are also being reminded that there are road closures both before and after the shows.
What will the weather be like?
The Met Office is predicting sunny intervals and clear skies in Murrayfield (city of Edinburgh) on both Friday and Saturday. It will be relatively warm with highs of 18C on Friday and 16C on Saturday.
What are the dates of the UK shows?
Harry Styles final leg of the Love On Tour will see the pop star play shows across Europe and the UK. It will kick off in Denmark in May.
His shows in the UK will be split across two months. Here is the full list of dates:
- 22 May - Coventry Bank Stadium Arena, Coventry
- 23 May - Coventry Bank Stadium Arena, Coventry
- 26 May - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
- 27 May - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
- 10 June - Slane Castle, Slane, Ireland
- 13 June - Wembley Stadium, London
- 14 June - Wembley Stadium, London
- 15 June - Wembley Stadium, London
- 17 June - Wembley Stadium, London
- 20 June - Principality Stadium, Cardiff
- 21 June - Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Who is the support act?
The Grammy and Brit Award-winning duo Wet Leg will be supporting Harry Styles on his shows across the UK and Europe this summer. Inhaler will join Harry Styles for the show at Slane Castle in Ireland.
Wet Leg was started by long-time friends Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, who began the band on the Isle of Wight. They formed the band in 2019 and signed with Domino Recording Company, which represents artists including Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand and Hot Chip.
Their debut single ‘Chaise Longue’ was released in June 2021, racked up millions of streams, with their second - ‘Wet Dream’ - enjoying similar success after release in September the same year. Wet Leg were included on the BBC’s Sound Of 2022 list, but lost out to Bath-based singer-songwriter Pink Pantheress, while April saw the highly-anticipated release of their self-titled album, which was met with critical acclaim.
The band went on to win awards at the Grammy Awards and Brit Awards.
Harry Styles spotted playing golf before Edinburgh shows
Harry Styles attracted huge crowds of fans in St Andrews as he treated himself to a round of golf at Scotland’s most iconic course ahead of his Edinburgh tour concerts.
Styles impressed crowds with his golf skills ahead of the Edinburgh concerts and he was regularly cheered on by onlookers with the 1st, 17th and 18th holes all being accessible to casual passers-by.