Louis Tomlinson: Faith In the Future Tour 2023
Tickets will be available soon at Piletilevi sales offices across Estonia.
Yes, you read that right! Louis Tomlinson, a member of the world-famous boy band One Direction, will visit the Baltic countries next fall as part of his "Faith in The Future" tour, and the opening concert will take place on September 5th in Tallinn, Saku Arena.
Ticket sales start on October 21 at 11:00 on Piletilevi channels! However, all Louis Tomlinson superfans can buy a ticket cheaper and earlier, as early as October 19 at 11:00 a.m. - write to us in the messages of the 8 Days A Week Facebook page and get a special code with which you can obtain the concert ticket at a special price until October 21st!
Louis Tomlinson has never been more confident in his ideas, creativity and music than he is now. The British superstar spread his wings, broke free and no longer lives in the shadow of "One Direction". Together with his band, he rules arenas from Mexico to Paris. Louis even holds a Guinness World Record for selling over 160,000 tickets to a virtual concert in London in 2020 and has become a successful live artist in his own right.
Louis is coming to us to present his second album 'Faith In The Future' which will be released on November 11th. Louis released his first LP ("Walls") just before the pandemic. Critics have already pointed out that the Brit demonstrates versatile songwriting skills and maintains authenticity in every song on the new album. It is a more serious and soulful record than the previous one. The loss of his mother and sister gave him a new perspective. The latest album was co-produced by Rob Harvey, Dan Grech (The Killers, The Vaccines, Halsey), Nico Rebscher (Alice Merton), Joe Cross (Courteeners) and Hurts' member Theo Hutchcraft.
"My musical mission is not to write Hollywood-style songs about crazy love stories. Being from the north of England and growing up loving bands like the Arctic Monkeys and Oasis, I would be bored by this. My role models tell people's stories clearly and authentically. That's the essence of music," says Tomlinson.