Harry Styles kicked off an extensive European tour this Sunday in Basel, Switzerland. Styles started his ‘Live On Tour’ tour last September. After a short break, Styles continued the tour in a sold out St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland. Styles is touring through Europe until this April. And that means; Spoiler Alert. Let’s have a look at the setlist and the stage to find out what you can expect from Harry Styles.
It was Harry Styles’ first show in three months. Because of his succes, the tour is extended and this is the second time Styles is touring through Europe. So Yes, after a short break, Styles is back! This is what you can expect from the English Singer.Harry himself was excited to be back on the road. He tweeted:
Edit this setlist | More Harry Styles setlistsDuring the show, Harry told the audience in Switzerland: ‘I only have 10 songs of my own’. Well, bigger venues also means an extension of the setlist. Besides some One Direction work and two covers, he surprised the audience with two new songs: ‘Medicine’ and ‘Anna’. That’s what we like!
Before playing his new song ‘Medicine’, Harry tells to the audience: ‘Two years ago I started making my very first album on my own. We wrote a lot of songs for that album. In the end, we chose ten songs that I loved most. We’ve never played this one before, it’s called ‘Medicine‘:
Harry surprised his audience again in Switzerland with another new song. Harry: ‘Okay, do you want a new one? This song is called ‘Anna’, and it’s all new’:
Harry was all suit up, wearing a shiny, black suit. He was literally shining on stage: Do You Know Everything About Harry Styles? Take Our Quiz!Harry played some songs himself as well:
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Harry Styles, the flag carrier:Check out the the (hysterical) reactions on the new song ‘Anna’:
Harry’s world tour continues right through until July, with Australian and U.S. dates as well. But first: Europe. Tonight he will play at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. We can’t wait, what about you?EuropeMarch 13 – Paris, AccorHotels March 14 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome March 16 – Antwerpen, Sportpaleis March 18 – Stockholm Ericsson Glob March 19 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena March 21 – Oslo, Spektrum March 24 – Oberhausen, Konig-Pilsener March 25 – Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena March 27 – Munich, Olympiahalle March 30 – Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi March 31 – Madrid, WiZink Center April 02 – Milan, Miolanum April 04 – Bologna, Unipol Arena April 05 – Mannheim SAP Arena April 07 – Birmingham Genting Arena April 09 – Manchester, Manchester Area April 11 – London O2 Arena April 12 – London O2 Arena April 14 – Glasgow, SSeE Hydro April 16 – Ireland, 3 Arena