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Harry Styles breaks record as Scottish show become country’s biggest ever

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Harry Styles has broken a record after his performances in Edinburgh became the highest selling stadium concert to take place in Scotland.

The former One Direction star, 28, performed in Edinburgh on Friday and Saturday night with the second show being the record-breaking gig with a crowd of over 65,000 fans. Organisers DF Concerts and Events and BT Murrayfield confirmed the exciting news after thousands of fans took to the capital to see the Watermelon Sugar hitmaker.




BT Murrayfield said: “Saturday night’s Harry Styles concert is the highest-selling stadium concert in Scotland ever with an attendance of over 65,000. Thanks to every single one of you for a fantastic evening.

“Thanks to every single one of you for a fantastic evening.”

During both performances, Harry performed his biggest hits – Adore You, Sign of the Times, and Watermelon Sugar – as well as treating fans on Saturday night with his popular unreleased song Medicine.

Fans also got the former X Factor star involved in the typically Scottish chants of ‘No Scotland, no party’ as well as ‘Here we, here we, here we f***ing go!’ The pop star is on the final leg of Love on Tour which will finish up in July at the RCF arena in Italy.

Prior to his show in Edinburgh on Friday, the chart-topper was seen golfing at St Andrews. The Open took to Twitter with a video of the star enjoying the glorious weather. The singer could be seen lining up a drive, before sending it down the fairway much to the delight of his playing group.

They quipped: “This shot is going in One Direction. Harry Styles at the Old Course!”

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