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Niall Horan Tour Schedule

Niall Horan began his solo career late last year with his hit single "This Town" after One Direction members decided to take a hiatus. Horan then released his second single "Slow Hands" in early 2017. Now, he is officially touring solo in late 2017 from August until November! Get tickets to see his intimate "Flicker Sessions 2017 Tour" live!

In addition, Horan announced a 2018 leg of his tour with opener Maren Morris. His new album Flicker dropped in October 2017. Get tickets to see the One Direction star in 2017 or 2018 here at Ticket Liquidator!

About Niall Horan

Niall Horan began his quick rise-to-fame with the boy band One Direction. After forming on the television show X Factor by Simon Cowell, One Direction exploded into immediate super stardom. Horan, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, and Louis Tomlinson brought their boyish charm to the pop band scene. They released five albums together in consecutive years; an impressively quick feat for a music group.

However, the journey was short lived, as rumors of a break up began to surface. Zayn Malik was the first one to depart in a manner that was slightly rocky and uncomfortable for all the die-hard shocked One Direction fans. Malik fully transitioned into his solo performer persona Zayn, and he released his first solo album Mind of Mine in 2016. His success following One Direction arguably tops his success while in the band. Zayn paved the path for his fellow band mates to make a similar decision.

Horan was the second member of the band to release solo work. Other 1D members who have released solo work include Tomlinson and Styles. His single "This Town" currently covers the mainstream radio stations, and any further progression into Horan's solo career is highly anticipated. Though One Direction is technically still together (all members besides Zayn) and on a hiatus, fans wonder when or if they'll ever hear the band play together again. Horan's "This Town" has been very successful. Horan then dropped singles "Slow Hands" and "Too Much To Ask." His debut album Flicker dropped in October 2017. He is touring in 2017 and 2018 in support of the album. 

Niall Horan Discography

Flicker (2017)

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