Harry Styles Concert In Los Angeles Was Rescheduled Because Of Band Illness
Harry Styles’ concert scheduled for Friday, Nov. 4 at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles has been postponed due to illness within the band. Kia Forum posted a statement on its Instagram account informing their followers that due to “an abundance of caution,” the show will be moved to a later date.
Those who already purchased tickets for the show, according to the post, “will be honored on the new date,” which has been set for Sunday, November 6, 2022. The additional show dates have not been altered in any way.
The U.S. leg of Styles’ Love on Tour 2022 began in August, but the tour continues through the fall and will close with a 15-night run at LA’s Kia Forum to conclude the tour.
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The British singer has recently teamed up with the non-profit organization HeadCount to encourage people to register to vote, and as part of the campaign, fans are being offered the opportunity to attend his costumes extravaganza Harryween in Los Angeles.
During the first 24 hours after the announcement of the campaign, the non-profit said it had registered 28,760 new voters, which is a new record for them. Through the “Good To Vote” sweepstakes, Styles garnered over 54,300 registrations, the highest number of registrations a music-driven campaign has ever experienced during HeadCount’s 18-year history.
It was a six-night show at the Moody Center where Styles wore a sticker stating “Beto for Texas,” endorsing Beto O’Rourke, the state’s governor candidate. O’Rourke later thanked Styles on the podcast Hysteria and acknowledged his influence among young voters: “It was wonderful to have his support and have that push from him.”