Harry Styles wows tens of thousands of fans as he brings his world tour to Murrayfield

SINGING star Harry Styles delighted tens of thousands of fans as he brought his world tour to Edinburgh’s Murrayfield.

The 29-year-old As It Was singer took to the stadium on Friday night as part of his Love on Tour shows to promote his new album Harry’s House.

Harry Styles at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh


Harry Styles at Murrayfield Stadium, EdinburghPhoto credit: TWITTER
The'As It Was' star wowed Scottish audiences


The ‘As It Was’ star wowed Scottish audiencesPhoto credit: TWITTER
He will play at Edinburgh Stadium for the second time tomorrow


He will play at Edinburgh Stadium for the second time tomorrowPhoto credit: TWITTER

On Saturday evening he will play for the second time in the 67,000-seat hall.

Die-hard fans flocked to the stadium hours before the performance, and hundreds of people queued up.

Die-hard supporters of the former One Direction star formed huge queues outside the venue – some even camped out overnight to be close to the cordon.

The concert only started at 5 p.m., but fans have been waiting in queues since Thursday evening.

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Photos emerged showing crowds of music lovers sitting in rows on the lawn in front of BT Murrayfield while groups of people snaked around the metal barriers.

Many have been provided with bags of food and drink so they can wait in line throughout the day.

Many of the stylish fans wear colorful feather boas or cowboy hats, which are part of the Harry Styles signature look.

Some Scots took to Twitter to draw attention to how long it would take to see the superstar.

Last night someone wrote: “People are already lining up for Harry Styles in Murrayfield and it’s not even until tomorrow. There is absolutely no reason to queue up so early.”

One fan added this morning: “I’ve been waiting in line for Harry Styles since 8:50am.”

This comes after Harry Styles fans denounced the chaos ahead of his Glasgow performance last year, with many having to queue for hours to get into the venue.

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