Niall Horan Flicker World Tour [Concert Review]

Niall Horan performed in Toronto this week at the Budweiser Stage for the Flicker World Tour and it was quite the memorable event.

The night started off with Maren Morris getting the audience warmed up as she performed some of her hits like “Rich” and “The Middle” featuring ZEDD. 

After her set, the venue filled with screams and cheer as Niall Horan came out to perform songs off his latest album including  “This Town” and “Slow Hands”. When it came to him performing his favourite song “Flicker” the crowd got emotional as they all sang along word for word.

He then brought out Maren Morris once again to perform their song “Seeing Blind” of his album.

Overall, the show was incredible. Niall Horan has such a unique voice and his songs are filled with emotion making it easy for anyone to connect to the lyrics in their own way.

We are looking forward to his next visit in Toronto.

Written By: Peter Raimundo

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