Harry Styles sets Scottish stadium concert record 

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Harry Styles broke the record for Scotland’s biggest-selling stadium show over the weekend. 

Styles performed at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield stadium as part of the British singer’s Love On Tour on Friday and Saturday.

Over 65,000 fans attended the event, breaking the record for the highest-selling stadium concert in Scotland ever, according to Scottish Rugby.

The stadium record was previously held by Styles’ former band One Direction, who sold 64,000 tickets at Murrayfield in 2014.

Earlier this month, some 55,000 fans watched Beyoncé perform at Murrayfield, while Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are set to perform at the stadium this evening (Tuesday).

Harry Styles fans had been warned by Murrayfield and Ticketmaster to print off their tickets before making the journey to the weekend’s concerts, to avoid issues surrounding signal and accessing tickets.

The start of the year saw Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi deliver Scotland’s highest-ever selling and largest-ever indoor show at Aberdeen’s P&J Live, with over 15,000 tickets sold.