Niall Horan delighted his fans by performing two One Direction songs at his 'Flicker' album tour performance at the O2 Academy Brixton in London on Thursday night (22..03.18).
Niall Horan thrilled fans at his sold-out concert in London on Thursday night (22.03.18) by performing One Direction songs.
The Irish singer included two 1D tracks in his set at the O2 Academy Brixton at his show in support of his debut solo album 'Flicker'.
Taking to the stage with just his guitar before starting his set, the Irish singer joked: ''I hope you get value for your money.''
And nine tracks in he gave the Directioners what they wanted by performing 'Fools Gold' to huge cheers.
And when it came to his three-song encore, Niall opened with One Direction single 'Drag Me Down' from the boy band's fifth studio album 'Made in the A.M'. It was the first single released by the group as a four-piece following Zayn Malik's shock departure.
Niall's set was mainly comprised of his new solo tracks and highlights included 'Too Much To Ask', 'This Town' and 'Fire Away'.
He also performed a cover of Camilla Cabello's 'Crying In The Club', and beforehand he told the crowd: ''One of my good friends is Camila Cabello ... 'Crying In The Club' was one of my favourite songs from last year and we covered it and it sounded good in rehearsals.''
One Direction were put together by Simon Cowell on 'The X Factor' in 2010, teaming up solo hopefuls Niall, 24, Zayn, 25, Harry Styles, 24, Louis Tomlinson, 26, and Liam Payne, 24.
Following Zayn leaving, the rest of the group went on hiatus in January 2016 to pursue solo projects.
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