Dominican fans of Louis Tomlinson continue this Saturday to support the British singer, to whom they are pleading in a long chain of force on the social network Twitter to include a presentation in the Dominican Republic during his tour in 2022.
#LouisComeToDomRep and #LouisAddDR are the hashtags used by the loyal followers of the former member of One Direction, the group in which he became known from 2010 to 2016 when it disintegrated.
“We start with our dynamics in 15 minutes. Remember to use the hashtag #LouisComeToDomRep and #LouisAddDR,” posted Friday night the fan club called Louis Tomlinson RD (@LTomlinsonRD).
It was followed by many messages. “If you knew how happy you would make me if you come my darling. I love you, come I promise I’ll burst your eardrum of how loud I’m going to sing weon,” wrote Twitter user “Numa” (CuquidTomlinson).
Since Friday night, the fans have been firm, enthusiastic, expectant and in only one direction: that the ex One Direction pays attention to their request.
Even fans from other countries are asking for help from the @LTomlinsonRD fan club. Ariana (@louissassking) wrote on Twitter: “Hi! As Louie, I ask you to help us with #LouisInHonduras, we are trying for Honduras and our neighboring sisters in Guatemala, Salvador, Nicaragua, a concert closer and more accessible. RT or #, help us to make this possible, thank you<3”.
Near the Dominican Republic, the British singer and songwriter will perform in Puerto Rico for the first time as a solo artist on June 8, 2022 as part of his “Louis Tomlinson World Tour 2022”.
The concert will take place at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan and ticket sales began on November 15 through Ticketera.com, according to a press release.
With this event, produced by Move Concerts and Noah Assad Presents, Tomlinson presents his first world tour, which was launched in support of his debut album “Walls,” released in January 2020.
The former member of musical phenomenon One Direction has reached the milestone of one billion plays on Spotify with his solo career.
About his solo career, Tomlinson says he feels like “a new artist”: “It’s taken me a while to get comfortable on my own, to learn to trust my instincts and make sure I get what I want,” he explains.
“I feel more confident than ever, both as a songwriter and a singer, and more mature. Of course I want to be successful, but what matters is what my music means to me and to the fans. That’s the priority,” he stresses.
Tomlinson resumes an extensive world tour, interrupted in March 2020, with which he will tour the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Germany, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Argentina, Paraguay and the United States.
Louis Tomlinson reaps the success of his album “Walss”, with which he put a clear north to his solo career. The album is composed of 12 songs.
+ World record
Tomlinson has just set the new world record for the most tickets sold for a live concert broadcast by a solo male artist.
World Guinness Record recognized the “Back To You” and “Just Hold On” singer for his 2020 “Live from London” streaming concert, joining fellow countrywoman Dua Lipa in setting such a record.
The event that gave the British artist the Guinness record achieved more than 160 thousand viewers.
Louis Tomlinson reaps the success of his album “Walss”, with which he set a clear north to his solo career. The album is composed of 12 songs.