Faith In The Future. The title is something of a leitmotif for Louis Tomlinson. In an interview on the release of his album, he explained how often he had been plagued by self-doubt - but that even after strokes of fate such as the death of his mother, who died of leukaemia in 2016 at the age of only 43, he looked positively ahead. "Even in hard times, I believed that everything would work out after all. What else can you do?"
He always wrote the songs for the album with a grandiose live show in mind - in the hope "that people will hear it and really get excited about the concerts." People will have the opportunity to do so in Munich on 22 October, when Louis Tomlinson makes his debut at the Olympic Hall.
Incidentally, in 2021 Tomlinson received an entry in the Guinness Book of Records for setting a new record for the most live-streamed concert by a male solo artist. Louis staged one of the biggest livestreamed concerts ever, sold over 160,000 tickets to fans in more than 110 countries and raised funds for several important charities and tour members affected by the pandemic.
Support Act: The Lathums
Opening Act: The Academic