Louis Tomlinson is extending his first ever solo World Tour with a massive outdoor show on the Yorkshire coast.
The chart-topping and multi award-winning singer-songwriter will play Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Saturday August 15.
As a member of global pop phenomenon One Direction, Yorkshire-born Louis sold more than 100 million records.
He honed his song writing skills during his six years in the band evidenced on his debut album WALLS which was released last week to wide acclaim.
Louis’ World Tour kicks off on March 9 in Barcelona and then includes shows in Paris, Berlin, Dubai, Sydney, Tokyo, Rio De Janeiro, five sold-out nights in the UK, before heading to North
And now Louis can confirm an extra UK date on the Yorkshire coast.
The show at Scarborough OAT is presented by promoters Cuffe and Taylor. Director Peter Taylor said: “We are delighted to be bringing Louis Tomlinson’s first ever World Tour to this
“Louis was an integral part of the biggest global pop phenomenon of the last 20 years and is also a proud Yorkshireman, so this is going to be a must-see date for his fans.
“His debut album is brilliant and demand for tickets for his World Tour has been immense. We cannot wait to welcome Louis and his fans to this special arena for what will be a
Louis began life as a solo artist with two hit collaborations – the club-ready Just Hold On with Steve Aoki and the brooding Bebe Rexha duet Back to You.
These two singles have garnered more than one billion streams alone.
But 2019 was the year he found his feet as a solo artist. He followed his award-winning return in March with a run of singles - Kill My Mind, Two of Us, We Made It and of Don’t Let It Break Your Heart.
Louis said: “I feel like this is the start of my career, with so much to look forward to and all the plans in place.
“Honestly, I’ve been through every emotion possible in the past few years and come out the other side stronger and more confident than I’ve ever been. I know I’ve made an album that my fans will like, one that sounds like me and has its own identity. There were times I wasn’t sure if this was what I should be doing. Now I can’t imagine doing anything else.”
Louis Tomlinson’s debut album WALLS is out now.
Tickets for his headline show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre go on general sale at 9am on Friday, February 14 via www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.comThey can also be purchased, in person, from Scarborough Open Air Theatre Box Office (01723 818111) and the Discover Yorkshire Coast Tourism Bureau (01723 383636)