Niall Horan’s upcoming Flicker Sessions tour just got even better!

With One Direction on hiatus, the Irish singer has been hard at work on his debut solo album, releasing hit ballad “This Town” and current bop “Slow Hands” in the process. Now he’s hitting the road with his new music and he just announced which acts will be opening for him along the way.

With this being his first big solo tour, Horan decided to make it truly his own and bring a little extra taste of his country to each show. He took to Twitter to announce the opening acts for his world tour, starting with the act for his first show, in his hometown of Dublin, on Aug. 29.

“So for my shows I wanted to make it as Irish as possible and show off the incredible music coming out of our lovely little country,” Horan tweeted Tuesday. “So I asked around to see who was available and we got some great replies, so happy with this.”

The first opening act will be Wild Youth, who will help kick off Horan’s tour with him at his Dublin concert.

“For the show in the Olympia, my good friends @bandwildyouth will be opening the show,” the “Slow Hands” singer wrote. “The music these guys are producing is great. Must see.”

The band voiced its excitement with a tweet of their own, thanking the solo singer for adding them to the event. 

Next up? London and Stockholm with opener Picture This, a band coming out of Athy, Ireland.

As for the United States, Horan switched it up a bit and veered away from a band and instead has chosen Gavin James, a fellow Irish singer-songwriter Gavin James, to open for him on the road.

Seems like James is just as thrilled to be joining his Irish mate in the U.S. for the tour.

And not just in America, as James will be Horan’s Toronto opener, as well.

While James will be performing most of the shows in America, Atlanta and Orlando will get their own opener in Corey Harper.

For those confused about how American singer Harper fits into this list of otherwise Irish openers, it’s because he’s just that great, according to Horan, who wants everyone to know it.

The most music-filled show of them all will be LA. Those attending the show will be treated to performances by both Harper and James.

Fans will most likely get to hear Horan’s first single “This Town” and current hit “Slow Hands,” as well as new music. Which means it’s t ime to prepare by putting the 23-year-old’s music on repeat, if it’s not already.

Here are Horan’s full tour dates:

  • Aug. 29 - Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia Theatre
  • Aug. 31 - London, UK @ O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
  • Sept. 3 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Annexet
  • Sept. 10 - Sydney, Australia @ Enmore Theatre
  • Sept. 14 - Tokyo, Japan @ EX Theater
  • Sept. 19 - Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
  • Sept. 26 - Mexico City, Mexico @ El Plaza Condesa
  • Oct. 1 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil @ Vivo Rio
  • Oct. 29 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
  • Oct.31 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
  • Nov. 1 - Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
  • Nov. 3 - Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
  • Nov. 4 - Washington, DC @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
  • Nov. 6 - Miami Beach, FL @ The Fillmore Miami Beach
  • Nov. 9 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues Orlando
  • Nov. 10 - Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
  • Nov. 13 - Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
  • Nov. 15 - Chicago, IL @ Rosemont Theatre
  • Nov. 17 - Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
  • Nov. 20 - Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
  • Nov. 22 - San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic