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Niall Horan UK & Ireland Shows – EXTRA DATES

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Niall Horan has announced a string of UK shows as part of the European leg of his ‘Flicker World Tour 2018’.

Set to release his debut solo album ‘Flicker’ on 20 October 2017, Niall has announced plans of an extensive European run of shows including eight UK & Ireland dates, following the unveiling of his latest hit single ‘Too Much To Ask’. Co-written with long-time collaborator Jamie Scott, the single is the follow-up to his platinum certified ‘Slow Hands’.

The One Direction star will kick-off his 2018 tour in his homeland of Ireland with rising star Julia Michaels confirmed as support across all European dates.

Niall Horan UK & Ireland Shows

Dublin 3Arena, 12 March
Belfast The SSE Arena, 13
Manchester O2 Apollo, 15
Manchester O2 Apollo, 16 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Glasgow SEC Armadillo, 19 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Glasgow SEC Armadillo, 18
London O2 Academy Brixton, 22
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 24
Bournemouth BIC, 26
Brighton Centre, 27
Dublin 3Arena, 29 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***

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Fans can pre-order the debut album ‘Flicker’ here by Tuesday (10 October) at 4pm to receive a unique code to gain access to Presale on Wednesday (11 October) at 9am


  1. Niall has sold over 70 million records as part of One Direction.
  2. He launched his solo career with singles ‘This Town’ and ‘Slow Hands’, both of which have achieved Platinum certification (or higher) in many markets worldwide.
  3. ‘Slow Hands’ went straight to No. 1 in 44 countries and was named as one of the ‘Best Songs of 2017 So Far’ by Billboard.
  4. ‘Slow Hands’ has had more than 820 million streams worldwide with over 83 million views of the lyric video.
  5. Niall has been honoured with numerous awards already this year, including People’s Choice, Teen Choice, Radio Disney Music and iHeartRadio MMVA awards.

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