The 23-year-old former One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles announced his first-ever solo gig for an exclusive club of fans on Twitter on Saturday morning (May 13, 2017), telling his fans that the gig would be taking place that night at The Garage in London.
Optimistic fans – strictly over the age of 16 traveled to The Garage in Highbury hoping to buy a single £10 ($12) ticket. Tickets were only available from the venue’s box office and limited to one ticket per person.
“This is my first show in a long time. My first show ever. So it’s a night I won’t forget. You might not be able to tell from my monotone voice, but I am having a great time,” said Harry on his concert
His set includes all of the songs from his debut solo album, he also performed two covers – Kanye West’s track: Ultralight Beam from his Life of Pablo album and Stockholm Syndrome by One Direction.
The singer even sang Happy Birthday to a 19-year-old fan, Eileen, who was at the front of his packed gig.
His self-titled debut solo album dropped on Friday, threw the music world into a spin as his album shows his full potential to be a future rock star.
All of the proceeds were donated to The Little Princess Trust, a charity close to Harry’s heart after he donated his hair last year to the organization, which provides wigs to children experiencing hair loss.