Good news for Niall Nation! The “Slow Hands” singer is coming to the world-famous Royal Albert Hall, but it’s not just Londoners who will be able to watch. This concert, happening November 7th, will be broadcast all across the world.
On Monday, October 22nd, Niall Horan sent his fans into a frenzy when he teased a piece of “big news” on the way:
Got some big news coming tomorrow x pic.twitter.com/SkplN7KLqg
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) October 12, 2020
Just about 24 hours later, he spilled the tea:
I’m sooo happy to share that I’ll be playing a special one-off livestream show from London’s legendary @RoyalAlbertHall on Nov 7 ! All profits will be shared between my touring crew and the #weneedcrew relief fund. Tickets go on sale this Friday Oct 16 https://t.co/huqxTnNPHt pic.twitter.com/e3F7aR2dQZ
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) October 13, 2020
The show comes with an important charitable cause, too. Because most stages and live venues have remained closed since the pandemic began, some of Niall’s profits will be shared with touring crew and live sound workers in need!
Tickets go on sale Friday, October 16th, but already, the Twitterverse was pretty excited.
YOU LOOK INCREDIBLE this is going to be amazing. ♥️
— MTV (@MTV) October 13, 2020
Even if i cant watch it I’m buying a ticket . Touring crews and the music industry have been devastated by COVID and I’m down as Fuxk for the proceeds to go directly to help people who’s livelihood has been decimated .
— Tracey (@CheekyRetorter) October 13, 2020
i’m your biggest fan
— ashe (@ashemusic) October 13, 2020