The streaming event will of course feature a full concert but also a mini-documentary and post-show backstage footage that fans of the Walls singer will thoroughly enjoy. In the documentary, fans will get to see the early planning Louis and his team had done through to the day of the concert.
— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) August 25, 2021
Having to had postponed his World Tour in 2020, this festival is one that fans will definitely appreciate. Being entirely conceived and created by Louis himself, the event will host 8,500 fans and will take place at the Crystal Palace Bowl.
In coming back to the stage, this will be Louis’s first show in front of a live audience in over 18 months. In headlining the event himself, Louis is accompanied by a line-up that includes Scottish band The Snuts, Essex indie punk newcomers Bilk, and DJ sets from Radio 1’s Jess Iszatt. Needless to say, the line-up of this festival is going to be a musical event that you do not want to miss.
With his World Tour being completely sold out, in making the event accessible to all of his fans, tickets for the festival event are free, which was something Louis wanted to do so that fans don’t have to spend any more money to enjoy live music this summer.
Tickets to The Away From Home Festival are now available.