Louis Tomlinson has rescheduled his remaining world tour dates to 2021.

The former One Direction member announced the news to fans on Instagram. “Can’t wait to get back on the road! See you all soon,” he wrote in the caption.


The singer was able to perform two shows of his world tour before the COVID-19 pandemic made concerts a health concern. Now, all of the shows scheduled for this year will be held next year, though some venues in some cities have changed. Tomlinson’s post highlights all of the changes ticket holders should be aware of. Tickets for the original dates will still be valid for the new dates, according to the post, but in some cities where venues have changed, fans will be refunded and put on the pre-sale list for new shows. The post urges fans that cannot make the new dates to talk to their ticket vendors.


The tour is set to kick off in Milan, Italy in February, and make its way to the United States by the end of March. The North American portion of the tour will begin in St. Louis on March 31. The finale of the tour is planned for Australia, with a shows in Sydney and Melbourne in June.

Tomlinson’s world tour was set to follow the release of his first solo album, Walls, which was put out in January. Tomlinson was the last member of One Direction to put out an official solo album.

Another member of One Direction, Harry Styles, has also had to push back his “Love On Tour” with guest Jenny Lewis due to the pandemic.

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