We might love Harry Styles even more now. Because Harry Styles kicked off his world tour in San Francisco with some major LGBTQ pride. The singer rocked his first show of “Live On Tour” with a pride flag on his microphone, showing solidarity for his fans in the LGBTQ community. At one point, he even danced with it.
Can this guy be any more amazing? He’s made history as an actor and musician. He’s legitimately got scientifically perfect good looks. But it’s moments like this, or when he inspired young boys to paint their nails, that we see how much of a good guy Styles truly is.
The “Sign of the Times” singer danced and sang while waving the flag through his performances at The Masonic.
Fans loved every moment, expressing their gratitude on social media.
Some shared how this even made them feel loved and safe.
Styles has showed solidarity for the LGBTQ community onstage before. At a One Direction show in New York City in 2015, he wore the pride flag as a cape.
Back in 2014, the Dunkirk actor wore football star Michael Sam’s #96 jersey. This was a strong show of support for Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted by the NFL.
Even more amazing? For Styles’ first solo tour, he’s bringing along queer band Muna to open many of his shows. This further shows his support of inclusivity and acceptance, both in music and life.
“We are thrilled to be on tour with Harry,” Naomi McPherson, keyboardist-guitarist for Muna, told Rolling Stone. “We are nervous, but excited.”
Styles’ “Live On Tour” runs from Sept. 19th to Dec. 8th.