Harry Styles did so many cool things on his just-completed first solo tour: he helped a fan come out in San Jose, covered a Shania Twain song with opener Kacey Musgraves in New York and popped a Black Lives Matter sticker on his guitar in Detroit, where he also serenaded an expecting couple. But the 10-month world outing also did a lot of good before wrapping up on Saturday (July 14) with a show in Inglewood, California.
According to Variety, the tour sold just under 1 million tickets across 89 shows and the proceeds combined with contributions from promoter Live Nation and the GLSEN PRIDE campaign together donated $1.2 million to 62 charities around the world; click here to see the full list of charities.
In addition, Styles’ tour helped promote the voter registration work from non-profit HeadCount, registering hundreds of fans, as well as encouraging water conservation by saving the equivalent of 10,000 single-use water bottles by fans and 3,200 by the band and crew. Styles thanked his fans for their support and love on the tour in a heartfelt Instagram post on Monday (July 16).
“Kissy. Thank you for coming out to see us, it has been a pleasure playing for you all. I’m off to write some more music and I hope I’ll be seeing you again very soon,” he wrote.
Kissy. Thank you for coming out to see us, it has been a pleasure playing for you all. I’m off to write some more music and I hope I’ll be seeing you again very soon. Thank you to my band, the crew, and all of you for making this tour so wonderful. Treat people with kindness. Goodbye for now. I love you all. H