Ahead of Harry Styles much-anticipated US tour featuring Jenny Lewis, the singers have released their merch collection. A certain ‘bunny merch’, however, has left fans divided, as some think it’s a part of Jenny’s collection while others claim it’s Harry’s.
A day before the tour’s first show will be performed, pop-up stores selling the singer’s merch have been opened near the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the show’s Las Vegas venue. The stores are also selling Jenny’s merch.
The ‘bunny merch’ confusion explored
On September 3, various images of the pop-up store near the MGM Grand Garden Arena surfaced on Twitter. The pictures displayed Harry’s merch collection for the upcoming show and tour.
The signer’s fans were thrilled to see the merch, which predominantly featured the colours black, white, orange and blue. But, soon after the first pictures surfaced on the internet, some eagle-eyed fans spotted that the collection also featured Jenny’s merch.
Internet sleuths were quick to point that the ‘bunny’ collection, which fans were doting on might just be a part of Jenny’s merch collection rather than Harry’s.
Some Twitter users rationalised that the bunny might be from the Las Vegas singer’s collections as she had released an album named Rabbit Fur Coat in 2006.
While this does sound like a logical explanation, Harry’s fans were far from convinced. They flooded Twitter giving more reasons why the “bunny merch” was Harry’s.
While the answer to this pressing question is not yet known, we can still all look forward to the upcoming show.
Where to buy the collection?
Fans must note that the Love on Tour merch by Harry is not available on his official website. Neither is it on Jenny’s website. Hence, for now, it looks like the only place you can buy it is at the concert locations.
In the merch line, some t-shirts featured Harry himself, while others were printed with tour details, bunnies, and more. The collection also carries a bag that has bunnies printed on it.
A look at Harry Styles’ US tour dates
A full list of concert dates, locations and venues has been released on the 27-year-old singer’s social media platforms. The tour will span across about two and a half months, kicking off on September 4 and ending on November 20. Harry’s tour is set to feature as many as 40 shows.
Here’s a brief look at some of the concert dates and their venues.
- September 4: Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena
- September 7: Denver, Ball Arena
- September 9: San Antonio, AT&T Centre
- September 11: Dallas, American Airlines Centre
- September 13: Houston, Toyota Centre
- September 15: St. Louis, Enterprise Centre
Click here to check the full list.