How long is Harry Styles concert? What time does Wembley Stadium shows start and end - and stage times

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How long will Harry Styles be on stage at Wembley Stadium in London?

Harry Styles will bring his Love on Tour show to London for a run of huge outdoor shows.

The pop star is playing Wembley Stadium as part of his summer gigs at some of the biggest venues across Britain and Ireland over the coming weeks. The former One Direction singer released extra batches of tickets for the concerts earlier this year.

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He began the latest leg of his tour at the Coventry Bank Society Arena and he then performed back-to-back shows at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium. For his next stop he will be coming to Wembley Stadium in London.

But what time will the concerts begin and end? Here is all you need to know:

How long is the Harry Styles concert?

A recent Harry Styles Love On Tour concert took place in Edinburgh on Friday, 26 May, and lasted for just shy of two hours - with a 1 hour 50 minute set.

During the UK and Europe leg of the tour his sets have lasted between 1 hour 45 mins and 1 hour 50 minutes.

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For the first Wembley Stadium show on 13 June, he was on stage from 8.40pm until 10.30pm - meaning the set lasted around 1 hour 50 minutes.

Harry Styles’s second set at Wembley Stadium on 14 June ran for a similar time. He took to the stage at 8.30pm and played until 10,25pm - around 1 hour 55 minutes.

What time does Wembley Stadium concerts start?

The gates will open at 4pm. He will have a support act.

His recent shows in Europe have finished between 10.45pm and 11pm.

Stage times for Harry Styles concert

Harry Styles is supported by Wet Leg on the tour. The band will perform before he takes to the stage.

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Based on previous shows on the tour, the set list could potentially be:

  • 7.30pm - Wet Leg - performing a seven song set
  • 8.30pm/ 9pm - Harry Styles

All times are approximate and subject to change.

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