Find Out Why Harry Styles Won't Sing One Direction Songs on His Solo Tour

Find Out Why Harry Styles Won't Sing One Direction Songs on His Solo Tour

The 23-year-old singer will reportedly not perform any throwback songs from his band during his upcoming solo concerts.

Harry Styles reportedly will not sing any One Direction songs during his upcoming solo world tour. Many fans are hoping to see a few 1D songs on Harry's solo tour set list, but unfortunately it's seemingly not going to be happening.

"Harry is not planning on doing many or any One Direction songs during his tour," an insider reveals to, "One thing he would like to do is a cover of a Coldplay song. And the song he most likely would be doing is 'Paradise' since he loves that song, it's one of his favorites that he would like to add to his set list."

Harry announced his first solo world tour, "Harry Styles Live On Tour", in late April. In support of his debut solo album "Harry Styles", the singer will be touring in 13 North American cities in September and October before heading to Europe, Australia and Japan through December.

The North American leg kicks off on September 19 at The Masonic in San Francisco, before continuing to Los Angeles, Nashville, New York and wrapping in Phoenix on October 14.



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