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Niall Horan's 2023 Tour: Get the Details
They're traveling to festivals all across Europe, with just one stop in the U.S.
Now is your chance to potentially see Niall Horan live! The Voice Coach is playing a series of music festivals this summer. And while a majority of the shows are across the pond, the first concert is in Boston, Massachusetts on May 26 for the Boston Calling Festival.
In a recent interview with NBC Insider, Horan opened up about what fans should expect from his new music.
“I would say for the new stuff, there is some experimentation going on. Yes, just stuff I've gathered over the years, you know, like ideas that I've had, things that I've learned influenced me, I'm starting to hear them all already come through my music. So consciously, naturally, whatever you want to call it, it's just kind of happening,” he told us. “It feels really good. Feels the most mature. Again, I haven't released music since I was 25 or 26, and to be closing in on 30, I think you just gather more information as you go. So I'm starting to hear all of that stuff [in] my music. And what I'm saying is a bit more grown up I guess. And I wanted the sound of that to match what I'm saying. So I think it's my favorite stuff. And the best stuff that I've made,” he continued.
He then explained why he chose to make his song “Heaven” the debut single off his upcoming album The Show.
“I think once you've listened to heaven, you've got an idea of what you're going to get. There's a couple of obscure sounds in there as well. But the concept, the sound, you know, just the through line through the album was very loud,” he said.
“I think it just felt like the right thing. Also [its] a nice sing along summer tune, that people can sway their hands, and you don't have to be a good singer to sing. This one is screaming as loud as you can. So just made a made for an obvious choice. And the reaction to it has been insane over the last week. And it makes me excited for album release now and get out the road potentially.”
When and where will Niall Horan be performing on his tour in 2023?
Tickets can be bought here, and you can read more below to find out the rest of the dates and locations of Horan's tour.
- May 26, Boston Calling Festival 2023, Boston, USA
- June 16, Pinkpop 2023, Landgraaf, Netherlands
- June 18, Isle of Wight Festival 2023, Newport, England
- July 6, StavernFestivalen 2023, Larvik, Norway
- July 7, TRNSMT Festival 2023, Glasgow, Scotland
- July 20, Colours of Ostrava 2023, Ostrava, Czech Republic
- July 22, Lollapalooza Paris 2023, Paris, France
- August 9, Meo Sudoeste 2023, Odemira, Portugal
- August 12, Sziget Festival 2023, Budapest, Hungary
- August 19, Summer Sonic Tokyo 2023, Chiba, Japan
- August 20, Summer Sonic Osaka 2023, Osaka, Japan
- September 1, Electric Picnic 2023, Laois, Ireland
What Niall Horan tours have happened in the past?
Horan has headlined two previous tours: the Flicker Sessions in 2017, which ran from August to November of that year and went around the world. The singer traveled everywhere from San Francisco to Stockholm on that tour.
Then, the next year, he embarked on the Flicker World Tour and expanded the scope of the concert. He added more dates and more songs, including a few One Direction covers.
Niall Horan Austin City Limits 2023
Horan will also perform at the Austin City Limits music festival this fall. The event runs on two weekends: October 6-8 and October 13-15. Horan will be joined by some incredible Acts, including Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, Mumford & Sons, Odesza, The Lumineers, Shania Twain, Alanis Morissette, The 1975, and Hozier. Read more information about the festival here, and you can purchase tickets right here.
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