Redditch-born popstar Harry Styles gave an amazing performance at CBS Arena, Coventry on the first day and there is more to come. Dozens of people have started queuing early at CBS Arena today (May 23) for the second day of the show.
Styles, 29, one of the richest under 35 people in the UK, is also set to perform today (May 23) at CBS Arena, Coventry. Styles, who is worth £150 mn, is on the last leg of his Love On Europe tour. He has performed his Love On Tour at nearly 170 shows that started off in September 2021 and will continue until July 2023.
Thousands of people queued early from midday to get to the Harry Styles concert - which lasted about three hours. He will perform his hitmakers like As It Was, Sign of the Times, Adore You, Watermelon Sugar, and Kiwi and more from his third studio album Harry’s House.
Special guest, Wet Leg - a British indie rock group from the Isle of Wight, founded in 2019 by Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, is on tour with him and their performance was well received as well last night.
Those who attended the first day of his Love On Tour in Coventry went gaga over the artist’s show but some had complaints about the venue.
One person posted on Twitter saying: “Left waiting ages as they run out of wristbands.. staff had no clue once through where to send us so missed start of concert, took 2 hours to get back to car but @Harry_Styles you didn’t disappoint! You were amazing, just don’t go to Coventry FC for a concert again!”
Another had complaints about Ticketmaster - the ticket selling platform.
Another added: “@TicketmasterUK how can you sell tickets to a @Harry_Styles gig in @Coventry_City stadium with this view? My girls are truly heartbroken nothing on your site said views would be of a wall”