Niall Horan has scrapped touring plans until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dean Martindale

Niall Horan cancels tour, including April show in Atlanta, with plans to return in 2021

Niall Horan’s major “Nice to Meet Ya” outing joins the long list of tours affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Horan’s April 22 date at State Farm Arena with Lewis Capaldi and Fletcher is among the shows the “Slow Hands” singer has canceled as he moves his tour to 2021.

In a statement on social media, Horan noted, "This was a difficult decision, but the well-being of my fans and my touring family is always my priority. Not being able to tour for what is effectively most of 2020 just didn't feel right and I'm so sorry to all you amazing people who bought tickets."

Horan’s statement said that he’s waiting until “the dust has settled” to reschedule dates. Refunds are available at point of purchase.

The former One Direction-er also said that even though he just released his second album, “Heartbreak Winter,” in March, he’s using his newfound downtime to write and record more music to perform next year.

These are the canceled U.S. tour dates:

4/20 - Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena

4/22 - Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena

4/24 - Miami, FL @ BB&T Center

4/25 - Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

4/27 - Washington DC @ Capital One Arena

4/29 - New York, NY @ Barclays Center

5/1 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena

5/2 - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

5/6 - Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena

5/8 - Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center

5/9 - Chicago, IL @ Allstate Arena

5/11 - St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center

5/13 - Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center

5/15 - Glendale, AZ @ GIla River Arena

5/16 - Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Garden Arena

5/18 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum

5/20 - San Jose, CA @ SAP Center

July 9 - Charlotte - Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre 

July 11 - Orange Beach, Ala. - Wharf Amphitheatre

July 12 - The Woodlands, Texas - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

July 14 - Dallas - Dos Equis Pavilion

July 16 - Kansas City - Starlight Theatre 

July 18 - Cincinnati - Riverbend Music Center

July 19 - Canandaigua, N.Y. - CMAC

July 21 - Raleigh, N.C. - Red Hat Amphitheater

July 23 - Mansfield, Mass. - Xfinity Center 

July 24 - Holmdel, N.J. - PNC Bank Arts Center 

July 26 - Rochester Hills, Mich. - Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

July 29 - Indianapolis - White River State Park 

July 30 - Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio - Blossom Music Center 

Aug. 1 - Milwaukee - BMO Harris Pavilion 

Aug. 2 - St. Louis - St. Louis Music Park 

Aug. 7 - West Valley City, Utah - USANA Amphitheatre

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Melissa Ruggieri
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