‘I’m really upset’: singer Louis Tomlinson announces he has to reschedule his upcoming Australian tour during the coronavirus pandemic
Louis Tomlinson has been forced to postpone his upcoming Australian tour in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a post on Instagram on Thursday, the 28-year-old singer announced that he was ‘upset’ because he was forced to postpone his shows.
“Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all of my tour dates for April and May 2020 are shifted,” he wrote.
On hold: Louis Tomlinson has been forced to postpone his upcoming Australian tour in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Proposed performance in Barcelona in March
“I am really upset, but of course the health and safety of all my fans and tour staff must come first. I will announce the new dates very soon. Stay safe, Louis x ‘.
The former One Direction star would be touring later this month with his debut solo album Walls in Australia and New Zealand.
He would perform in Auckland on April 23 before moving to Australia, with concerts scheduled for April 25 in Sydney and April 27 in Melbourne.
Shows about: In a post on Instagram on Thursday, the 28-year-old singer announced that he was ‘gutted’ because he was forced to postpone his shows
In an interview with Pedestrian TV In December, Louis said he was “ quite excited ” to return to Australia after previously traveling the country with One Direction.
“The performances are always incredible and for every Briton it is also the ultimate dream to travel to Australia,” he said at the time.
“It is not going to be a gigantic production with gimmicks, it just becomes quite simple. Just a good live show where music is central and hopefully we have a good evening. ‘
Hitting the road: The former One Direction star is set to tour his debut solo album, Walls, in Australia and New Zealand later this month
Undoubtedly one of the greatest boy bands of all time, One Direction announced that they would end indefinitely in late 2015, but Louis has nothing but ‘love’ for his time in the band.
“I love the boys, and I love everything we’ve done together. And I still miss my time with them, ” he said Rolling stone in January from band members Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik.
“I think all the boys would lie if they said anything else. It was definitely a special time in our lives. ‘
“Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all of my tour dates for April and May 2020 are shifted,” he wrote. Depicted performing in Madrid in March