Harry Styles Responds to Concert Cancellation in Denmark Following…

Harry Styles Responds to Concert Cancellation in Denmark Following Mall Massacre

Harry Styles postponed his July 3 concert in Copenhagen only hours before it was scheduled to start due to a shooting at a nearby mall.

The 28-year-old tweeted that afternoon, “I’m heartbroken along with the people of Copenhagen.” This is a city I adore. The folks are incredibly friendly and loving. “

His message went on: “I feel terrible for the victims, their families, and all those who are harmed. I’m sorry we were unable to meet up. Please take care of one another. H”

Sren Thomassen, the police chief of Copenhagen, told NBC News that a shooter opened fire at the Field’s shopping center in the Danish capital, killing three people and hurting many others.

The Associated Press says that Thomassen told a news conference that a 22-year-old Danish man had been arrested as a suspect after the incident.

According to Thomassen, “we know that there are numerous dead” and “several injured,” and that terrorism cannot be ruled out as a possible cause. “We don’t know if there are any additional parties engaged.” We currently know this. “

Styles was scheduled to perform in Copenhagen’s Royal Hall, which is not far from the crime scene. According to the entertainment company Live Nation, the Danish police asked for the event to be moved.

The “As It Was” singer has spent the past three months in Europe for his Love on Tour concert tour.

On July 5, he will play at the Accor Arena in Paris before returning to North America in August.