Here’s what you can expect from Niall Horan’s Flicker World Tour

Niall Horan kicked off his long-await Flicker World tour on March 10, at the INEC in Co Kerry, Ireland.

It is currently traveling through Europe before Oceania, Asia, and Latin America. It will then concluded on 23 September 2018, in West Palm Beach.

For those of you that have tickets to a date on the whopping 80-stop tour, here’s what you can expect:

Here’s what you can expect from Niall Horan’s Flicker World Tour

1. Screaming, lots of it

You got to remember, the last time One Direction played Dublin was in 2015. Therefore some superfans have been waiting three years to see their idols in the flesh again.

Be prepared.

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2. Covers

As this is Horan’s first album, he mixes the setlist up a bit with a few covers.

We won’t ruin it for you, but here’s a little snippet:

3. A One Direction song

For those wondering … yes, he popped one 1D song into the set.

4.. Crying

As a result of point 3.

Here’s what you can expect from Niall Horan’s Flicker World Tour

4. For him to show off his piano skills

Since his X-Factor audition, Niall has been known as the guitar player of the group.

Well, he takes it up a notch by playing an unreleased song - yes, an unreleased song - on the piano.

5. To be proud of him

From that nervous 16-year-old who was shut down by Katy Perry on the X-Factor ...

… to the 24-year-old fronting his own sold-out World Tour.

Niall Horan, you know him, he’s one of the Horans’ from Mullingar.

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