Harry Styles: Reviews Round Up

British singer Harry Styles debut concert tour has been selling out arenas worldwide within seconds. Before he comes to Sacramento, see what the reviews are saying about Harry Styles: Live on Tour!

Rolling Stone: 

“Styles has the charm, presence and feistiness of a veteran rocker twice his age, strutting and strumming across the stage with a delicate power that makes him seem as accessible as he is otherworldly.”

“The singer looked positively radiant as he shared in this moment, one that rightfully belonged to him, with every person in the room, whether physically present or being FaceTimed, Periscoped or live-texted in.”

Miami New Times:

“The whole show toes a line between flirty (Styles consistently blows kisses at the crowd) and paternal: Ushers pass out tinted paper for audience members to hold against their cell-phone flashlights, which were coordinated by seat to turn the stadium into a rainbow. “Harry is a believer in being who you are,” the papers say. “Our rainbow represents that it’s okay to be different.” 


“He’s a man who knows how to bring revivalist sexy back in all sorts of ways.” 

“Styles is quickly finding his footing, going from boy-band ensemble player to rock star in a pop world, even if he waited well into the set to get his full Jagger on.”

New York Times: 

“Should it go well, the tour would affirm that Mr. Styles is on the path akin to that of Justin Timberlake, post-’NSync.”

Don’t forget to get your tickets to see Harry Styles, July 9 at Golden 1 Center! 

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