Harry Styles´s ¨Love On Tour¨ Leaves Fans Feeling All the Love

Harry Styles’ “Love On Tour” at the Forum was a celebration of the album Fine Line and a continuation of touring across the country before Covid began. 

Styles returned to the Forum after debuting the album on December 13, 2019. 

Thousands of fans attended the current tour across America where he consistently sold-out venues and brought different communities of people together to all celebrate their love for the stylistic music and energy brought by Harry and his band.

The outside of Saturday’s concert on November 20, 2021 at the Forum flashed the singer’s name across the pillars as well as the exterior, flashing with rainbow lights. 

Jenny Lewis opened the concert. She is renowned for her alternative and indie tunes and love of her dog, which inspired one of her hits and most popular songs, “Puppy in a Truck.” The 45-year-old singer was even escorted off by her “dog” (an inflatable lookalike costume of her dog) to relax after her non-stop performances since September 4, 2021. 

There was a small intermission separating the performance, but fans started to scream when they noticed a box being wheeled out to the trapdoor entrance where he would eventually rise from beneath the ground. Styles being in the box.

Fans screeched as jumbotrons lit up the arena and were filled with Harry Styles logos. 

As he came through the floor, his opening song, “Golden” began to play. 

Of course, he sang songs off of the album Fine Line but also performed an unreleased song that fans were hopeful of getting a studio recording version of, and a more mature and stylistic version of, “What Makes You Beautiful” from his One Direction era. 

The unreleased song, titled “Medicine” was a crowd favorite and the crowd was thrilled when the opening guitar started playing. 

My personal favorite towards the end of the set, “Treat People With Kindness” had everybody jumping and even caused fans in the pit to form a conga line among hundreds of people. 

As the ninety-minute set came to a close, Harry expressed his gratitude and appreciation for everything his fans do because he, “Know this doesn’t just happen to a lot of people and I wouldn’t be where I am without each and every one of you.” 

The night was filled with extreme highs, and it was time for the hard part: the parking lot traffic outside of the venue and dealing with the sad reality that the show was over.