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Niall Horan holds second concert in Manila with ‘The Show’ six years after first one

On May 13, singer-songwriter Niall Horan finally held his second solo concert in the Manila as part of “The Show Live On Tour.”

The Irish singer delighted his Filipino fans, known as ‘Lovers,’ after nearly six years of waiting.

Horan opened the show with tracks from his 2020 album “Heartbreak Weather,” including “Nice To Meet Ya” and “Small Talk,” as well as “On The Loose” from his debut album “Flicker.”

Niall Horan
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He then performed tracks from his recent album “The Show,” such as “On A Night Like Tonight,” “The Show,” and “If You Leave Me,” along with songs from his second album like “Cross Your Mind,” “Black and White,” and “Still.”

Niall Horan
Photo by Live Nation Philippines

Taking the center of the extended stage for his acoustic set, Horan sang “Flicker” and “You Could Start a Cult,” then continued with “Heaven” and “Everywhere.”

Directioners went wild when he performed One Direction’s hit, “Night Changes.”

Horan praised the crowd, saying they were one of the loudest and that his stop in Manila was one of his favorite nights of the tour.

Niall Horan
Photo by Live Nation Philippines

“I think we should not make it six years again, okay? We have to make a deal,” he added.

Niall Horan
Photo by Live Nation Philippines

He continued the show with “Paper Houses,” “Meltdown,” and “Mirrors.”

After performing “Still,” he exited the stage, leaving the audience wanting more.

He returned moments later and closed the show with his upbeat songs “Save My Life” and “Slow Hands.”


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