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Niall Horan Announces Huge 2024 World Tour

Niall Horan "The Show" key artNiall Horan via Instagram

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Former One Direction member Niall Horan has finally dropped the details of his upcoming 2024 world tour. Titled The Show Live on Tour, Horan will head to Europe, North America, and more.

Niall Horan to Embark on Tour in 2024

While 2023 is far from ending yet, the The Voice coach already has a packed schedule for next year. Horan recently announced that he’ll be hitting the road from February to July 2024 to feature his upcoming album, The Show.

“There’s nothing better than watching the crowd sing back to you with all that emotion on their faces and knowing that they’re attaching the song to something meaningful in their own lives,” he said.

Horan’s third studio album will arrive next month, June 9. Nonetheless, fans have already had a glimpse of what to expect. The “This Town” musician has released two of the collection’s tracks, “Heaven” and “Meltdown.”

During the upcoming tour, Horan is set to perform in England, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Spain and more. The former band member will also be performing in Australia and New Zealand.

For the North American leg of the tour, Horan will be making stops in Florida, Nashville, Philadelphia, New York City, Cincinnati, Toronto, Denver and more. The huge tour will then conclude in Phoenix, Arizona.

He Performed “Meltdown” on The Voice Semi-Finals

The Voice has recently aired its Semi-finals, narrowing its potential champions into five musicians. Before the announcement though, fans watched Horan took the stage to belt out “Meltdown.”

Throughout his act, Horan was accompanied by a full chorus and an enthusiastic band. Such backup has given justice to the energy expected of the track.

“I’m tellin’ you now / When it all melts down I’ll be there,” he sang.

Last Month, Horan described “Meltdown” as a track “about feeling anxious and being in that kind of freaking out moment but knowing deep down that everything will be alright.”

Talking to NME before, Horan stated that he’s subconsciously grown because of the pandemic. Hence, as he said, The Show will not be like his past albums which he wrote with “less thinking.”

“It just sounds like something that a 30-year-old would release. Not a youthful version of what I did before,” he said.

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