IRISH HEARTTHROB NIALL HORAN HAS ANNOUNCED A ONE-OFF LIVESTREAM SHOW TO SUPPORT HIS CREWMATES FINANCIALLY
Niall Horan had to cancel his 2020 tour dates due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But he’s finding a way to play his sophomore album Heartbreak Weather live. The singer-songwriter will perform a ticketed Livestream show this November to benefit his crew.
The full band will join Naill on November 7th to perform a set at London’s esteemed venue Royal Albert Hall. The concert will then be streamed globally via live streams set for 8 p.m. that same day in each respective time zone. The only way to watch the concert is during the allotted times. It won’t be made available on-demand after it airs. Tickets will go on sale on October 16th with the option of additionally making a charitable donation to the #WeNeedCrew relief fund.
“I know that live events are something we all miss and until we are able to return I want to highlight the incredible people who work in touring that make those events possible and whose livelihoods have been severely affected,” Horan said in a statement. “I’m putting on this gig to try to raise awareness of the immense value they bring to the industry. I ask all my fans to support them with me and buy a ticket if you can. And I encourage all artists to do the same.”
Following the split of One Direction, Horan released his solo album Flicker in 2017. He released his sophomore album Heartbreak Weather this spring. It was led by singles “Nice to Meet Ya” and “Put a Little Love on Me”.