Harry Styles’ Pre-Super Bowl concert at Miami’s Meridian at Island Gardens on Friday, January 31st had to be evacuated due to “severe” conditions, thanks to the unpredictable weather of South Florida.
The Pepsi Zero-sponsored show saw a 35 minute set by Lizzo including super hit tracks Good as Hell Truth Hurts and Juice, but only an hour after her amazing performance as the Sign of the Times singer was all set to take the stage and ring in his 26th birthday with his performance, an announcement alerting fans of “severe weather” was made, breaking Harry’s fans hearts.
Fans had to face severe rainstorms and extreme weather condition as they walked through knee-deep water in the muddy construction zone to find their way out of the temporary Super Bowl events venue.
Before the turn of events, Mark Ronson turned DJ and played a remix of Shallow, a dance version of Adele’s Rolling in the Deep and even played George Michael’s famous track Freedom.
Harry took to Twitter to comfort heartbroken fans saying, “To those of you here in Miami, I was told there’s a severe storm on the way. The fire department would not let us do the show under any circumstances. Please stay safe. I’m so disappointed, and I’m sorry.”
“I love you all. H,” the singer writes signing off the tweet with his signature initial.
The lucky fans who were attending Lizzo’s show the previous night saw an exclusive performance of her track Juice along with Harry Styles.