Harry Styles Celebrates Pride Month On Tour

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Harry Styles and former member of One Direction, has been sporting an array of rainbows to celebrate and show support for pride month.

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Harry Styles- Live On Tour is the talented twenty-four-year-old’s first solo tour that was prompted by his self-titled debut album. Styles is accompanied on tour by breakout country artist, Kacey Musgraves.

In addition to his current album, recently Harry has been performing his new track, Medicine. Many fans celebrate Medicine as ‘bisexual anthem’ due to Styles’s lyrical choices. In the song, the pop rocker expresses ‘messing around’ with both girls and boys and sings ‘I’m okay with it’.

Harry and fellow strong supporter of the LGBTQ community, Kacey Musgraves, recently performed at the Toyota Center in Houston amidst the city’s pride month festivities. While singing the One Direction hit “What Makes You Beautiful”, Styles paraded the stage, proudly twirling around the pride and transgender pride flags. Concert-goers were also clad in rainbow flags and attire, which added to the extremely positive and supportive environment in the stadium that night.

Back in April, Harry put on an unforgettable show at the O2 Arena in London to kick off his world tour. Somehow, he was able to turn his enormous audience into a glowing, colorful, pride flag.

A well-known fan group, the Rainbow London Project, distributed colorful tickets that attach to the flash of the camera on their phones before the show. The tickets were given out in an order that when the crowd turned their phone flash on, the result was an incredible rainbow flag that filled the venue.

We can’t wait to see Harry Styles grow as a solo artist and a LGBTQ advocate.