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Niall Horan Announces Australia and New Zealand Tour

The pop superstar is coming to Australia and New Zealand next year

Niall Horan

Zackery Michael

Niall Horan is coming to Australia and New Zealand next year.

Beginning at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Friday, April 26th, the pop superstar will then head to Australia for shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne (see full dates below).

It will be Horan’s second headline tour of Australia, following his world tour in 2018. Tickets to the 2024 tour go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 2nd at 10am local time.

The former One Direction singer is touring in support of his forthcoming album, The Show, which is scheduled for release next month on June 9th.

Australian fans who pre-order Horan’s album directly from his official store by Monday, May 29th at 5pm local time will receive an exclusive ticket pre-sale link for his Australian shows. The pre-sale commences at Tuesday, May 30th at 10am local time.

New Zealand fans, meanwhile, can pre-order The Show via JB Hi-Fi before Monday, May 29th at 5pm local time to access the JB Hi-Fi pre-sale on Wednesday, May 31st at 10am local time.

Horan is excited to return to this part of the world. “I have said it many times, but I do mean it when I say that the times I have spent down under are some of the best periods of my life,” he says.

“I have had amazing shows in Australia and New Zealand, and I cannot wait to be back in 2024. My favourite thing in the world is being on tour. Performing my songs for my fans and sharing those incredible moments together are the reason why I write music in the first place. This is going to be my best tour yet and I cannot wait to see all you ‘lovers’ in 2024.”

Niall Horan 2024 Australia & New Zealand Tour

Presented by TEG Live and Nova Entertainment

All shows all ages

Tickets available via ticketek.com.au or teglive.com.au

Friday, April 26th
Spark Arena, Auckland, NZ

Sunday, April 28th 
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Wednesday, May 1st
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW

Friday, May 3rd
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC