Harry Styles Ends Two-Year Love Tour Emotionally In Italy

A shirtless Harry Styles in a sparkly tassel Gucci sequin vest with star embellishments and matching pants dropped to his knees on July 22, in Reggio Emilia, Italy, at the finale of the Love on Tour.

It was over.

After performing 20 bangers followed by a four-song encore, Styles came out for a second encore where he sat at the piano and live debuted a ten minute somber instrumental, unofficially deemed "Song For Reggio Emilia."

As he plucked the final measures, fireworks erupted and the audience applauded.

Styles then hugged his band and dancers as the fireworks continued to boom above, waved to the crowd, bowed to the crowd, blew the crowd a kiss, leaned his head back, covered that beautiful face with his hands, and got down on his knees.


After 169 dates over two years, the 29-year-old heartthrob seemed to be letting it all soak in after wringing out the last of his energies out in the piano.

Earlier Styles told the 103,000 fans that sweated it out in the hot Italian summer heat how much the tour has meant to him.

“I know feeling so incredibly small in this world, it can be really, really difficult to feel like anything you can do can make a difference," he said to the fans in the massive RCF Arena.

"I promise you, I see it all the time in the little things that you do and the way that you treat each other. How it has affected all the people around me, how it has affected people out there, it is so much bigger. It does not end when this tour ends. I want you to continue it. Put love out into the world. It needs it a bit right now. I love you all so much, and I’m gonna miss you," he said.

The setlist of the tour was dominated by the former One Direction star's third solo album, Harry's House.

Eleven of the 13 tracks of the 2023 Grammy Album of the Year were regularly part of the set.

In just his second tour ever, Styles broke attendance records, including at the legendary Forum in Los Angeles where he had 18 sold out nights.

He performed to over 300,000 New Yorkers when he sold out his 15-night run at Madison Square Garden.

When he hit 15 consecutive sold out shows at the Forum, the arena which was once home to the Los Angeles Lakers, raised a banner in his honor.

Of the lovely moments of the final leg of the tour was recently in Portugal when Styles brought up Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers of Wet Leg, who were his openers, for their song "Wet Dream," a song he covered last year ago on BBC's Live Lounge.

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Last updated: 25 Sep 2023, 05:07 Etc/UTC