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Watch Niall Horan's Fans Cheer Him on After He Movingly Teared Up in Concert
The Irish singer and Voice Coach reflected on his year of festival performances in an Instagram post.
As a Coach on The Voice, Niall Horan guides aspiring singers as they pursue their dreams of stardom. But Horan is already living his own dream, performing music for massive crowds around the world. In late November, he reflected on a year of festival performances in a sweet Instagram post that showed him being moved to tears in concert while his fans cheered him on.
"I’ve dreamt of playing festivals since I was a kid," Horan wrote. "Thank you to everyone from all around for world for coming out to see us play this year , when you are so spoiled for choice at the these things. Live music is the best thing in the world and the festivals made me even more excited for tour next year. We are currently putting ‘The Show’ together and I can’t wait for you to see what I have ready for ya."
Niall Horan on The Voice Season 24
Team Niall has had a successful season (here's a full recap).This may be because Horan had quite the mentor in Season 23 with veteran Coach Blake Shelton. "I learned a lot from Blake last year sitting next to him," Horan told NBC Insider. "That's what they tend to do: stick everyone down beside Blake if you're new. I learned a lot from even just watching him. Nothing that he said. Just watching how he does it. I think that made a lot of difference to how I've been in the show this year."
On June 9, Horan released his third studio album as a solo Artist, titled The Show. And as he planned, he played tracks at festivals all over the globe.
"I think that was the main thing I wanted to do when I was finishing off the record, I said to everyone, I would love to just do a summer of festivals," Horan told Seth Meyers during an appearance on Late Night. "I’m a huge festival-goer myself. I’ve been that drunk guy standing in my welly boots in a field going, 'Who’s that?'"