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Niall Horan has confirmed details of the UK and Ireland legs of his Nice To Meet Ya Tour, in support of his latest studio album Heartbreak Weather.
The new run of shows kicks off at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on 21 October 2020, followed by gigs in London, Glasgow, Manchester, Belfast, Dublin and Birmingham.
Heartbreak Weather was released on 13 March 2020 and contains the singles Nice To Meet Ya, Put A Little Love On Me and latest track No Judgement.
Check out the official video for the latter below:
On the album, Niall comments: “When I listen to albums, I like to listen to them start to finish. With Heartbreak Weather, I wanted to tell the story that was in my head, hopefully lead people down the storytelling lane of an album tracklisting versus just ‘I’m gonna skip to the next one’.”
He adds: “I was trying to think how I could write a different album than the usual…I wanted to write songs from different sides or from someone else looking in.”
Heartbreak Weather follows Niall’s platinum-selling debut solo album Flicker, which reached No1. on the US chart and at No.3 on the Official UK Albums Chart, and spawned the hit singles This Town, Slow Hands and Too Much To Ask.
Following the release of the record, Niall headed out on the Flicker World Tour performing to sold out crowds across North America, the UK, Europe, Singapore, Japan, Brazil and Australia.
Born in Mullingar, Ireland, Niall first found fame as part of the wildly successful boy band One Direction. Alongside fellow members, Liam, Harry, Zayn and Louis, the band sold over 50 million albums and sold out stadiums across the globe before going on indefinite hiatus in 2016.
Niall Horan 2020 UK and Ireland tour dates
21 October 2020 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
22 October 2020 – The SSE Arena Wembley, London
24 October 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
25 October 2020 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
27 October 2020 – The SSE Arena, Belfast
30 October 2020 – 3Arena, Dublin
3 November 2020 – Arena Birmingham