Niall Horan Is Going On Tour And Fans Couldn’t Be Happier

Irish heartthrob Niall Horan has just made his fans a whole lot happier.

The former One Direction star took to Twitter last night to announce his upcoming Flickr Sessions tour.

He will perform to fans all across the globe, kicking things off in his hometown of Dublin.


The 21-date tour will commence on August 29 in Ireland, before heading to London the following night.

But he’s doing his fair share of gigs across the United States too, taking to LA’s Hollywood Palladium on September 19.

He’ll also be bringing his Irish charm to the likes of Philadelphia, New York, Miami Beach, Nashville and San Francisco to name a few.

Horan announced the tour to his 30 million followers on Twitter, saying,

Hello lovely people. I’m delighted to announce the Flickr Sessions 2017. Go to nialhoran.com for all the info!

Yet unlike the big arena tours he done with One Direction, Niall’s 2017 tour will see him play more intimate venues.

And with his solo singles, ‘This Town’ and ‘Slow Hands’, proving massive hits, it’s no surprise his fans are already battling it out for a spot in the crowd.

One hilariously wrote,

I’m not saying I’ll fight a 13 year old for Niall Horan tickets, but I’ll fight a 13 year old for Niall Horan tickets. #FlickrSessions

Another fan can’t wait to see the blonde musician do his thing on stage.

I’m so excited to see my king slaying tour stages once again #FlickrSessions

And others just can’t get over his solo success.

Niall Horan with two released singles is going on a worldwide tour. Never been prouder of my sweet lil angel #FlickrSessions

He also told his followers they can now pre-order his untitled debut album, even though he’s still keeping coy about its release date.

And even better, if you do that you’ll get first access to pre-sale tickets to one of his gigs.

Talking to The Straits Times, the former boyband star said of his new record,

‘Slow Hands’ is probably the most out-there song on the album, but the rest of is quite chilled out. I already had all the nice, finger-picked guitar stuff and the more mid-tempo stuff, but it was missing that kind of sexiness – that early 1980s funk rock that I’m kind of into as well.

He continued,

Giving myself the time to make the album, and being in the studio and having control over absolutely everything that happens. Every sound from every drum, every guitar – has been amazing.