The Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, the same venue that last May hosted the most requested current pop band, Coldplay, will welcome Harry Styles to Spain tomorrow, the most prominent male artist of the genre who, two days later, will visit Madrid.
If Coldplay decided to stay in Barcelona for four days in a row and force fans from all over Spain to travel to the Catalan capital, Harry Styles has preferred to be the one to move and On July 14, he will be at the Mad Cool festival in Madrid.
But it’s not all comforts for the fans of the superstar, who had serious problems getting tickets when they went on sale, because they sold out in a matter of minutes.
The ticket sales system was probably partly to blame, because just two hours later the ticket sales were getting smokey, but also the expectations generated, since Harry Styles hasn’t played in Barcelona for five years and his last tour, that of 2022, only passed through Madrid.
Now he returns with “Love On Tour”, which began in September 2021 and which has achieved success all over the world, in addition to some spectacular records, such as the attendance at Madison Square Garden in New York, with tickets sold out for fifteen consecutive days.
Harry Styles raises passions and in Barcelona his most faithful followers decided more than a month ago to start queue in front of the Olympic Stadium to ensure a good seat.
Shortly after, the organizers of the event managed to get them to break camp and replace the delusional idea of spending almost forty nights on the mountain of Montjuïc with a virtual queue with strict rules so as not to miss the turn.
Everything indicates that collective madness will be unleashed tomorrow, but not only among adolescents, as was the case when he was one of the members of the ‘boy band’ One Direction, because the British man has managed to distance himself from the image of a youthful idol and now plays in the league of the great stars and competes in convening power with Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift.
With three solo albums -“Harry Styles”, “Fine line” and “Harry’s house”– The artist has enough ‘hits’ to dazzle for almost two hours, which is what he is expected to do tomorrow in Barcelona and on Friday in Madrid.