Harry Stiles fans banned from queuing 12 hours before O2 Academy Brixton | Music

Fans of Harry Stiles were banned from standing in line 12 hours before his show at O2 Academy Brixton.

The former One Direction singer is playing at the iconic London venue on Tuesday night (24.05.22), but his fans have been told they will not be able to settle into the camp to try to take a seat in front of the crowd.

A sign on the site read: “Queues for the Harry Stiles show are strictly prohibited until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 24.”

Over the weekend, the venue explained that the rule applies to other concerts “the previous evenings.”

The team tweeted: “IMPORTANT NOTE

“If you’re lucky enough to have tickets to @Harry_Styles, we’re excited about this show, like everyone else, but we had other gigs the night before, so we have to stress that you won’t be able to stand in line until 8 a.m. on May 24 .

“Thank you for your understanding.”

On Friday (20.05.22), the hitmaker “As It Was” released his third solo album “Harry’s House”, and he will play the only Brixton concert to celebrate its release.

The record is currently at the top of the charts this week, and the record broke new records on Amazon Music.

The collection has already broken the record for the number of requests for Alexa album for the first day for male performers in the history of Amazon Music, while this year it also had the highest number of requests for Alexa album for the first day.

In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, the 28-year-old star explained how the album gives fans a chance to spend a “day in thought.”

Harry explained, “When I took that title, wrote it in the songs we were creating, it seemed to me that it took on a new meaning, and it was about imagine it’s a day in my house. What am I going through? A day in thoughts that I am going through in my house?

“I play fun music. I play boring music. I play it, I play it. Feeling. It’s like a day in the life. I like it all.

“And I think that although in many places it’s obviously a lot more electronic than anything I’ve done, for me it’s also a lot more intimate. And a lot more intimate.”


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