Niall Horan has announced additional UK and Ireland dates for his upcoming tour, in support of his biggest album ‘The Show’.
Earlier this year, the former One Direction star announced a full world tour to celebrate his new record. The tour will be Niall’s biggest to date and his first headlining tour since the 2018 ‘Flickr Sessions’ world tour.
“My favorite thing in the world is to be on tour,” he says. “Performing my songs for my fans and sharing those great moments together is why I write music in the first place.”
He added: “There is nothing better than seeing the audience singing along with you, with that emotion on their face and knowing that the song is connecting the song to something that there is meaning in their own lives. To me, that’s the best thing that can come from writing a song. a song”.
New dates announced include a show at The O2 in London, new performances in Leeds, Newcastle and Aberdeen, and additional new dates in Manchester and Dublin.
Tickets go on sale next Friday (September 8) at 10:00 (local time) and are available here.
Niall Horan’s 2024 tour dates are:
21 – Belfast, UK – SSE Arena Belfast
23 – Dublin, IE – 3Arena
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27 – Birmingham, United Kingdom – World Holiday Arena
1 – London, United Kingdom – OVO Arena Wembley
4 – Cardiff, United Kingdom – Cardiff International Arena
5 – Manchester, United Kingdom – AO Arena
23 – Dublin, IE – Royal Kilmainham Hospital
27 – Manchester, United Kingdom – Co-op Live
28 – Leeds, United Kingdom – First Live Arena
30 – Newcastle, United Kingdom – Utilita Arena
31 – Aberdeen, United Kingdom – P&J Live
3 – London, UK – The O2
In other news, never-before-seen footage of One Direction performing for Simon Cowell and Sinitta has been released this week. In the video, the group sing Kelly Clarkson’s “My Life Would Suck Without You” before being told they have moved on to the live shows.
In June, Niall Horan said that One Direction is still united because they “didn’t believe the hype.” comment on it