Louis Tomlinson is busy rehearsing for his 2022 tour.
The 30-year-old singer/ songwriter – who discovered fame as a member of boyband One Course – was beforehand pressured to postpone quite a lot of dates on his debut solo tour as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
Nonetheless, dates have been rescheduled for 2022 and Louis cannot wait to get on the street.
He tweeted: “Hope everybody’s doing alright! Working laborious rehearsing for the tour. It’s going to be particular!
“Additionally I’m late however joyful new 12 months!! This lastly is our 12 months! FAITH IN THE FUTURE (sic).”
In the meantime, it was beforehand revealed that Louis had damaged the Guinness World Report for essentially the most tickets bought for a livestreamed live performance by a solo male artist, for his lockdown ‘Reside from London’ charity live performance.
In December 2020, Louis bought 160,000 tickets worldwide for the gig, which was filmed in London and streamed on the live performance platform Veeps.
Louis shared the proceeds between 4 charities Crew Nation, FareShare, Stagehand and the Bluebell Wooden Kids’s Hospice.
His touring crew additionally obtained a portion of the proceeds.
The set listing included tracks from Louis’ debut solo album ‘Partitions’ together with some One Course tracks.