The 23-year-old Irish heartthrob will be hitting the road in August through November for his first tour since One Direction went on hiatus last year.
Niall Horan has been working on his debut solo album in the past year, and he is ready to bring his materials on the road in the next few months. The One Direction star has taken to social media to announce his first tour, called "Flicker Sessions", as a solo artist. Judging from the venues, the trek will likely to be a series of intimate shows.
Niall will kick off the tour with a hometown show in Dublin, Ireland, before criss-crossing the globe to visit some countries like Australia, Sweden, Japan and more. He will return to the U.S. on September 19 and make some stops in Mexico and Brazil in the middle of his North American run before wrapping up the tour in San Francisco on November 22.
"Hello lovely people, I'm delighted to announce the Flicker Session 2017. I can't wait to perform my own shows for ya! To find out more, go to niallhoran.com," Niall announces. Tickets for the U.S. and Canada dates will go on sale this Saturday, July 15 at 10 A.M. To ensure fans get access to tickets, registration for the U.S. and Canada dates will be available here through Ticketmaster Verified Fan program.
Niall Horan's "Flicker Sessions 2017" World Tour:
- August 29: Dublin, Ireland - Olympia Theatre
- August 31: London, U.K. - O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
- September 3: Stockholm, Sweden - Annexet
- September 10: Sydney, Australia - Enmore Theatre
- September 14: Tokyo, Japan - EX Theater
- September 19: Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Palladium
- September 26: Mexico City, Mexico - El Plaza Condesa
- October 1: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Vivo Rio
- October 29: Philadelphia, PA - The Filmore Philadelphia
- October 31: New York, NY - Beacon Theatre
- November 1: Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
- November 3: Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre
- November 4: Washington, DC - The Filmore Silver Spring
- November 6: Miami Beach, FL - The Filmore Miami Beach
- November 9: Orlando, FL - House of Blues Orlando
- November 10: Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
- November 13: Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
- November 15: Chicago, IL - Rosemont Theatre
- November 17: Dallas, TX - South Side Ballroom
- November 20: Phoenix, AZ - Comerica Theatre
- November 22: San Francisco, CA - The Masonic