“I’m going to put on a show for you and I promise you will love it.⁣”

Niall Horan has announced a one-off virtual concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

The Mullingar native is taking to the stage to raise funds for his touring crew and industry workers.

Like many musicians, Niall’s ‘Nice To Meet Ya’ tour was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ticket for the concert go on sale from 9am on October 16 and are available from Ticketmaster and NiallHoran.com.

The former One Direction member took to Instagram to share the news with fans.

 

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I’m sooo happy to share that I’ll be playing a special livestream show from London’s legendary @royalalberthall on 7th November !⁣ ⁣ Tickets go on-sale this Friday (October 16th) at 9AM BST.⁣ ⁣ This is a one-off ticketed live show with a special cause in mind. All profits from the event will be shared between my touring crew and the #weneedcrew relief fund.⁣ ⁣ This is something I’m incredibly passionate about as live events are something we all love and miss. Until we are able to return I want to shine a light on the incredible crew members of our touring world that make those events possible and whose livelihoods have been severely affected by Covid-19 and the lack of financial support to self-employed Arts World members.⁣ ⁣ I’m putting on this gig to try and raise awareness of the immense value they bring to an industry enjoyed by so many, and do something to help them and their families. I ask all you guys to support them with me and buy a ticket if you can, and I encourage all artists to do the same.⁣ ⁣ I’m going to put on a show for you and I promise you will love it.⁣ ⁣ Visit niallhoran.com for more details⁣ ⁣ Love,⁣ Nialler

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The singer said in the post:

“I’m sooo happy to share that I’ll be playing a special livestream show from London’s legendary @royalalberthall on 7th November !⁣
 ⁣
Tickets go on-sale this Friday (October 16th) at 9AM BST.⁣
 ⁣
This is a one-off ticketed live show with a special cause in mind. All profits from the event will be shared between my touring crew and the #weneedcrew relief fund.⁣
 ⁣
This is something I’m incredibly passionate about as live events are something we all love and miss. Until we are able to return I want to shine a light on the incredible crew members of our touring world that make those events possible and whose livelihoods have been severely affected by Covid-19 and the lack of financial support to self-employed Arts World members.⁣
 ⁣
I’m putting on this gig to try and raise awareness of the immense value they bring to an industry enjoyed by so many, and do something to help them and their families. I ask all you guys to support them with me and buy a ticket if you can, and I encourage all artists to do the same.⁣
 ⁣
I’m going to put on a show for you and I promise you will love it.⁣”