Harry Styles has announced that fans attending his upcoming Love On Tour in the US will have to prove they have been double vaccinated against Covid.
The singer, who has had to postpone his shows several times due to the pandemic, added that those who have not received a vaccine must provide proof of a negative test in order to be admitted to the shows.
In September, Harry had shared his ‘hope’ to play his scheduled 2021 dates, insisting that ‘everyone’s health and safety remains a top priority’.
Plans: Harry Styles has announced that fans attending his upcoming Love On Tour in the US will have to prove they have been double vaccinated against Covid
In a statement shared by Harry’s team on his Instagram, the hitmaker said: ‘We look forward to seeing everyone when we get back to the road!
“Please know that our band and crew will take every precaution to protect each other so that we can bring the show to anyone who wants to, and we ask you to do the same.
For the health and safety of everyone attending Love On Tour, all cardholders must present proof of a full Covid-19 vaccination or proof of a negative Covid-19 test within 48 hours of entry, in addition to wearing a mask.
‘Thank you, we can’t wait to see you! – HSHQ.’
News: In a statement, the singer also revealed that attendees who have not been vaccinated must present proof of a negative test and that everyone must wear masks
News: Harry shared the news about the Covid regulations during his much-postponed concerts in a statement on Instagram
A further statement from Live Nation added: ‘For the health and safety of everyone at Harry Styles’ upcoming Love On Tour shows, cardholders must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative diagnostic COVID-19 within 48 hours. -19 test. prior to entry, in addition to wearing a mask.
“Children under the age of 12 are allowed to attend the concert if they provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the show. In addition, all venue staff will follow the same protocols at each show and will be required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result, and wear a mask at all times,” the announcement continued.
“Testing or requiring proof of vaccination is the best way to protect the health and safety of our crew and fans, and it is quickly becoming the new standard for concerts in the US. There will be no exceptions to this policy.”
Setbacks: Harry’s tour has been postponed several times due to the ongoing Covid crisis, and in December he revealed that all of his UK and European shows had been postponed
Harry’s tour has been postponed several times due to the ongoing Covid crisis, and in December the star revealed that all of his UK and European shows had been postponed.
He shared the news on Twitter, writing: “The health and safety of everyone remains our top priority, so I am sadly forced to postpone my UK and European shows scheduled for February/March 2021 until further notice.
“I really hope to play these shows and will have news for you in the new year when they will take place. Can’t wait to see you all on the road as soon as it’s safe to do so.”
Fans were devastated when they heard the news, but praised Harry for putting their safety first.
“I really hope to play the shows as planned for 2021, but will continue to monitor the situation over the coming weeks and months. Can’t wait to see you all on the road as soon as it’s safe to do so.”
Tragedy: He said ‘I really hope to play these shows and will have news for you in the new year when they will take place. Can’t wait to see you all on the road as soon as it’s safe to do so”
The September announcement came three months after Harry postponed the North American leg of his concert tour.
In June, the hitmaker was forced to move the Love On Tour shows to the following summer, starting on August 14 and ending on October 31, 2021, due to the “ongoing threat of Covid-19”.
During his spare time, the singer has vowed to use his time to “listen and” educate himself on “how” he can “help more in the fight for justice and equal rights,” following the death of George Floyd and the global Black Lives Matter protests.
In a strong statement shared on his social media at the time, Harry wrote: “This summer we were excited to bring Love On Tour to North America.
However, due to the ongoing threat of Covid-19, we are forced to move these dates to next summer.
Cancelled: The singer said the shows scheduled for February and March had been postponed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic
“The well-being of my crew and all fans around the world will always be the top priority.
“Can’t wait to see you all on the road as soon as it’s safe to do so. “We are in a moment of necessary change and growth in the world.
“I will use this time to listen and teach myself how I can help more in the future in the fight for justice and equal rights for all.
“I hope you’ll take the time to do the same. Treat people kindly. I love you all. H (sic)’
Dates: The announcement comes three months after Harry postponed the North American leg of his concert tour