All roads are leading in One Direction tonight as Harry Styles plays a sell-out gig in the Aviva Stadium.

Superfans began queuing at 6am this morning as they geared up for the Irish leg of his Love on Tour solo show.

Styles, 28, has brought fashion fever to the capital - pink boas and tie-dyed jumpsuits are among the bursts of colour in the crowd.

A return to live concerts at the stadium is, as the title of his hit track suggests, a Sign of the Times.

RTÉ News spoke to some of those who went that extra mile to reach the queue before 7am.

Anna McCaldin and Molly Harwood from Northen Ireland, ahead of attending tonight's performance by Harry Styles at the Aviva Stadium / Image: Leah Farrell / RollingNews.ie

Lilou travelled from the south of France for the concert.

She arrived before 7am and had no hesitation about queuing for more than 13 hours before the English singer-songwriter is due on stage at 8.30pm.

Lilou has been interested in Styles for the past ten years - ever since he shot to fame alongside Mullingar band mate Niall Horan in One Direction.

Patricia, from Spain, travelled to Ireland specially for the concert.

This will be her second time seeing Harry Styles, the last time being a pre-pandemic show in 2018.

Louise O'Rourke, Zoe Delea, Molly Walsh and Emma Walsh ahead of the gig / Image: Leah Farrell / RollingNews.ie

Her alarm went off at 5am and she began queuing before 7am.

She said that it will be a long wait, but worth every minute.

Two Brazilian women who are studying in Ireland say that they became friends because of their shared love of Styles' music.

The first time they met, they bought tickets for the concert and promised to go together. They have been friends ever since.

"Harry Styles made us become friends. We are just friends because of him," she said.

Styles arrived in Dublin on Monday and has been taking in the sights with his girlfriend, director and actress Olivia Wilde, including a dip in the Vico Baths in Killiney.