Play it like Harry. In addition to pink, many spectators - the majority of the public - came dressed in the singer's favorite accessories and outfits, fabrics with printed hearts, leather outfits, cherry patterns, heart glasses, sequined dresses and, more rarely, a few wings of butterfly in the back.
The wink of the boa dates from the Grammys 2021 ceremony, where the ex-leader of One Direction sang Watermelon Sugar with a feather thing. Since the boa is his signature.
This 2019 hit was also one of the highlights of the Saint-Denis show, attacked by its new brass and woodwind quartet, two trumpets, a trombone and a tenor sax, instead of the album's funky guitar.
The crowd accompanied their Harry throughout the song, like during almost 1h40 of concert.
This copper touch is the 2023 novelty of the gargantuan Love on tour, which began in September 2021 in Las Vegas when the world was emerging from the Covid epidemic. After a round the world, the pink wave will scour Europe for a second time until the end of July in Reggio d'Emilia, Italy.
Already in the summer of 2022 Harry Styles had filled Bercy, but too many faithful had been disappointed not to find tickets. This time it is sold out at the Stade de Saint-Denis, also with a date on Friday, 70,000 spectators per evening.
The brass and woodwinds also energized Late night talking, tenor sax in the lead, with a superb trumpet solo, and served as an intro to the Village People's YMCA on Music for a sushi restaurant.
If the copper section, three women and a man, wore Hawaiian shirts, the orchestra, mixed, was all in pink, fitting with the crowd. Harry was dressed in black, leather pants and a tank top with sequins.
He once again delighted his Parisian fans with this concert opened by Daydreaming, before digging into his three albums. A cry of pleasure ran through the stadium in the first bars of She, with a very pop dry guitar, a piece he rarely sings on stage. The vast majority of the audience sang along.
Harry even tried to speak French, sparingly. "We're going to play some music for you tonight, I was hoping (sic) you'll enjoy," he said after the first three tracks, repeating several times, "Let's go! ".
He also played with "bof", his "favorite word in French", and "pamplemousse", his other favorite word in the language of Jean-Louis Murat, not surprising for a singer with a fruity repertoire, Kiwi, Cherry or Grapejuice in more Watermelon (watermelon).
Fans got "ambient" on the expected moments that punctuate his concerts, when he wore a stetson - white, that one - held out by a spectator, on Satellite, when he addressed the public in reading their signs or when he waved the LGBT pride rainbow flag, on Treat people with kindness.
As expected, he took over a One Direction piece, tricking his audience, to which he made the chorus of Best song ever sing before finally singing What makes you beautiful. The concert also had more intimate moments, with Mathilda and her harmonics on the acoustic guitar, where Fine line, where he accompanies himself with folk.
He looped the encores on his two huge hits Sign of the times and As it was before concluding with a Kiwi tonic. Then the stadium emptied, revealing the swirls of multicolored boa feathers strewn on the ground, carried away by the evening wind. Harry Styles has been there.