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Niall Horan Just Announced the Opening Acts for his First Solo Tour

Published on August 15th, 2017 | Updated on August 15th, 2017 | By FanFest

When Niall Horan recently announced the dates and stops for his first solo tour, Flicker Sessions, fans were ecstatic. He’s got this incredible stage presence, an amazing voice, and with a new tour means new songs and everything he’s come out with on his own so far has been almost too good for words.

So yesterday when Niall took to Twitter to announce the opening acts for his tour, that excitement only grew. Especially when he said he wants to make his shows as Irish as possible so he’s bringing along some acts from his ‘lovely little country’.

https://twitter.com/NiallOfficial/status/897432170893111296

With a little less than two weeks until his first show, fans were anxiously awaiting these announcements and Niall did not disappoint.

First up, he’s bringing a band Wild Youth for his Olympia date.

He calls the band a must see, so we’re sure the crowd at that show will be in for a real treat. He went on to announce that for his London and Stockholm dates he’d be bringing Picture This.

https://twitter.com/NiallOfficial/status/897435864502083585

He then told fans that he’d be bringing one of his favorite musicians on the road with him which isn’t just a treat for those of us who scored tickets, but for Niall himself. The act he’s bringing to the US and Toronto? Gavin James.

https://twitter.com/NiallOfficial/status/897438836799754240

We can’t wait to see what these two offer the crowd, and we’re hoping for a duet of sorts on stage at some point. Can you imagine them together on a track? Sign us up! For two of his US dates, he’ll also have an opening act – from America – named Corey Harper.

We managed to score tickets for Flicker Sessions and look forward to seeing Gavin and Niall in just a few months. Will you be in the crowd for Niall’s first solo tour? Let us know.

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