Harry Styles upcoming concert tickets were sold out immediately seconds after its release across 29 ticket stores. Despite allegations about the plagiarized new track, the former One Direction star creates record-breaking sales via Ticketmaster's Verified Fan signups.
Just seconds after its official selling date, tickets for Styles' first solo world tour went in demand leaving nothing for thousand more waiting avid fans. Fans are devastated because of the limited number of tickets sold. Tons of supporters were requesting for additional concert schedule or change the venue to accommodate a large crowd. Styles chose to perform on smaller crowds to have more intimate moments to his fans.
In Ticketmaster's new "Verified Fan" signup program, it is reported that there are 7 fans who are battling for every one ticket. Styles is having an intimate tour worldwide in support of his debut album to be released on May 12 under Columbia Records. Making the announcement on Twitter, the vocalist posted his presumed record's cover art, featuring his naked back with confirmed 10 songs in the album's track list.
He shares his gratitude in his social media account towards the overwhelming support of fans and reassured those who are unfortunate to be on the tour for more performances soon. Styles will be performing his debut solo tour at US, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, as reported by Billboard. Styles will start his world tour at The Masonic in San Francisco on September 19.
Meanwhile, earlier this week, Styles released his hit single "Sweet Creature" which clinched the No. 1 spot on Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 chart. Though several speculations arise that Styles plagiarized some parts of his hit singles, as reported by Mail Online. The singer is accused of 'ripping off' the rock band Badfinger with Ever Since New York and fans can't help to point out the similarities of his third track Sweet Creature to The Beatles' Blackbird. Many listeners slammed Harry's homogeneous music material over Twitter.Styles' controversial single would be battling out in the charts with his comrade Niall Horan's solo single Slow Hands.