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Harry Styles’ Last Night: The End of the Tour Between Tears, Exclusive Songs and Fireworks

Harry Styles just concluded his tour of over 170 dates, performing his last concert in Campovolo, Italy, and we were there! Go through the emotional, energetic and unique night with us through tears, new songs, piano solos and fireworks!

Wet Leg Kicks Off the Night

Harry Styles’ tour has finally come to an end after over 170 nights. In his Italian night, the artist set the tone for his stage “goodbye.”

The final night of Harry Styles’ Love On Tour started with the unmatched energy, brought on stage by the opening act Wet Leg. The duo from Wight, England, started working together in 2019, and they immediately earned a huge following on every platform with their pop rock and punk, dreamy rock production.

The dreamy voice of Rhian Teasdale and forceful guitar of Hester Chambers, accompanied by their band – among which the magnificent drummer stood out – brought an incredible.

Shy and nervously excited in her wide skirt and tight top, Teasdale showed incredible vocal abilities and mesmerised the entire crowd. The duo slowly got more and more comfortable on stage, one song after the other while learning how to get the attention of the Italian audience

With hits like “Wet Dream” and “Chaise Longue,” Wet Let struck the crowd, divided between those who already knew the duo and those who tasted their rebellious sound for the first time on the airfield lawn.

Harry Styles Arrives On Stage

Welcomed by a screaming crowed on the moving tone that is Bohemian Rhapsody, Harry arrived on stage with his collars and his colourful, stylized graphics. In a surprisingly perfect Italian, rolling R and cadence included, Styles started the performance screaming: “Where are my Italian people?” (“Dove sono i miei italiani?”) and soon after “Welcome to the final show!” However, gathering fans of every age, gender and country of birth, the audience was a melting pot of fans screaming for the beauty of the event.

Bringing his iconic moves to the stage, the artist performed his best songs over 2 and a half hours. Mainly extracted from the last album, Harry’s House, Styles proposed singles like “Daydreaming” and “Keep Driving,” as well as “classics” like “Watermelon Sugar” and “Treat People With Kindness.” Delighting the old time fans, One Direction songs were performed as well. The lucky ones chosen by the ex member were “Stockholm Syndrome,” “Best Song Ever” and “What Makes You Beautiful.”

And let’s not forget the band. Versatile and incredibly energetic, the group completed the formation for a perfect event. Perfectly matching with Styles’ dreamy voice, from the trumpets to the bass, the group made the night unforgettable.

The best thing to witness was finally the fact that not only us fans, but also everyone on stage was clearly having the time of their lives.

Heading to the end of the night (and of the tour)

From Harry Styles’ official Instagram account. Photo credits: Lloyd Wakefield

After a long speech to thank his friends and family, his band mates, the insiders and his fans, Styles suddenly started performing “Kiwi,” leading the audience to a final meltdown.

Heading to the end of the night, the singer went on his piano to offer a final, memorable and unique to his audience. Performing a final, original and never-heard-before melancholic piano solo, the artist officially said goodbye. The song was in fact written to conclude the tour.

Waving the Italian and LGBTQ+ flag around the stage, Styles concluded the performance with its signature move by spitting water.

Find here the full playlist for the event:

  • Daydreaming
  • Golden
  • Adore You
  • Keep Driving
  • Daylight
  • Stockholm Syndrome (One Direction song)
  • She
  • Little Freak
  • Matilda
  • Falling (with “Two Ghosts” intro)
  • Satellite
  • Late Night Talking
  • Cinema
  • Music for a Sushi Restaurant (with “YMCA” intro)
  • Treat People With Kindness (shortened)
  • Best Song Ever (One Direction song) (shortened)
  • What Makes You Beautiful (One Direction song)
  • Grapejuice (with “Love Band” introductions)
  • Watermelon Sugar
  • Fine Line
  • Sign of the Times
  • Medicine
  • As It Was
  • Kiwi
    Encore 2:
  • (Live debut; unreleased, piano only)
  • The End (The Doors song)
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