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Join Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi at Amway Center

There’s nothing more exciting than the moment when your favorite artist comes to town — except the moment when two of your favorite artists come to town. However, while former One Direction member Niall Horan and rising star Lewis Capaldi were scheduled to perform live at the Amway Center on Saturday, April 25, 2020, the UK artists decided to cancel their North American Nice to Meet Ya Tour in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

A Statement from Niall Horan

Instead of rescheduling the tour to a later date, all tickets for the concert will be refunded. A statement from Horan on the cancelation reads:

“Given the unprecedented circumstances I have decided to not move forward with the ‘Nice To Meet Ya’ World Tour this year. This was a difficult decision, but the well-being of my fans and touring family is always my top priority. Not being able to tour for what is effectively most of 2020 just don’t feel right and I’m so sorry to all you amazing people who bought tickets. I look forward to being able to bring new music and a new tour for all of my fans around the world in 2021. I want to announce new dates soon, but I don’t think it’s fair on you guys to do so until the dust has settled, and things have gone back to normal. For now, all tickets purchased will be refunded — for info please visit www.niallhoran.com.”

Horan’s statement continues:

“I am going to focus on writing and recording more in order to be back touring next year with more music to play for you all. As you all know touring and having the fortune to play in front of all of you beautiful people is the reason I love my job and my life. I cannot wait to be back. For the time being, please stay safe everyone.”

Hope for a Return

While fans eager to see the duo live in concert may have to wait until next year, they may also be treated to new and inspired songs when the tour resumes. According to reports, the artists have been collaborating on new music remotely while in lockdown. In an April 2020 Instagram Live post, Horan said, ”I think I’m writing with him (Capaldi) at some point this week. We have a little schedule going. We usually have a few drinks on a Saturday night on Zoom.”

Getting to Know the Talent

After discovering Capaldi’s music on social media, Horan immediately reached out to see if he would want to meet and make music together. The two played a few tunes at one of Horan’s Scotland shows and haven’t stopped performing together since. Horan’s support greatly influenced the quick development of Capaldi’s career, as well as the sound behind his most recent hit single, “Someone You Loved.” On social media and behind the scenes, the two support each other as tour mates and best friends.

Planning the Tour

Horan and Capaldi had been planning to tour together for quite some time. They even named the tour after Horan’s popular single “Nice to Meet Ya.” While the tour was scheduled to kick off in April, Horan’s second studio album was scheduled to release even earlier. Hopefully, fans will eventually get a live taste of this album once normalcy returns.

Seeing What’s to Come

Capaldi and Horan weren’t the only performing artists on the card. Scheduled to open for the duo was American singer Fletcher, who shares the same record label as the headliners: Capitol Records. To capture the upbeat energy and unique sound of each artist, Horan had been personally working with set designers and stage managers to create a one-of-a-kind tour atmosphere. The Nice to Meet Ya tour was set to kick off in Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena on April 20 and wrap up 16 cities later in San Jose, CA, on May 20 at the SAP Center.

Getting to Know the Talent

After discovering Capaldi’s music on social media, Horan immediately reached out to see if he would want to meet and make music together. The two played a few tunes at one of Horan’s Scotland shows and haven’t stopped performing together since. Horan’s support greatly influenced the quick development of Capaldi’s career, as well as the sound behind his most recent hit single, “Someone You Loved.” On social media and behind the scenes, the two support each other as tour mates and best friends.

Planning the Tour

Horan and Capaldi have been planning to tour together for quite some time, and they recently gave their North American arena tour the green light for 2020. They even named the tour after Horan’s popular single “Nice to Meet Ya.” While the tour is scheduled to kick off in April, Horan’s second studio album is scheduled to release even earlier this year. Hopefully, fans will get a live taste of this upcoming album over the one-month tour.

Seeing What’s to Come

Capaldi and Horan aren’t the only performing artists on the card. Opening for the duo is American singer Fletcher, who shares the same record label as the headliners: Capitol Records. To capture the upbeat energy and unique sound of each artist, Horan has been personally working with set designers and stage managers to create a one-of-a-kind tour atmosphere. The Nice to Meet Ya tour kicks off in Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena on April 20. The tour wraps up 16 cities later in San Jose on May 20 at the SAP Center.

Create an After-Show Weekend Getaway

When electric concerts return to Amway Center, complement your night with a comfortable, cozy, and relaxing room at Rosen Inn. Located just 15 minutes from the Amway Center, Rosen Inn is the perfect spot for those that want the full Orlando experience. Call Rosen Inn today at 407-996-4444 or click “Check Room Availability” at the top of the page.

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