Attending Louis Tomlinson 2022 show proved positive experience (Commentary)

My experience attending Louis’ show in Denver was incredible


Noel Major

The show took place at the Fillmore Auditorium.

Noel Major, Writer

Louis Tomlinson rescheduled his 2020 tour to start Feb. 1, 2022 and end Sept. 3, 2022. 

There are currently 78 planned city stops across the globe — Chile, the UK, Belgium, Poland, and Australia, to name a few.

Louis underestimated the extent of his fan base and is only playing at very small venues, so this tour is basically completely sold out, including the recent Denver show.

Tomlinson performed at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver on Feb. 28. It was absolutely amazing, and the crowds were intense, showing their loyal support. The show’s entrance line was wrapped around the building, and attendees could not find the end.

There was also very limited parking by the building, which caused most people to station at the nearby Wendy’s.

Besides those small inconveniences, it was very fun. Myself and my friends were up on the balcony, super close to Louis. He even pointed at us and smiled multiple times, and he was overall super interactive with the crowd. 

The band that opened up for him was called Sun Room. They are a band of four guys: Luke, Max, Ashton, and Gibson. The music they produce is a very summery type of music. I personally really like it, and they sounded amazing live. I almost loved them as much as I loved Louis. The vibes were just so great.

Some of my favorite songs that Louis played were “Always You”, “Only The Brave”, and “Drag me Down” (which is a One Direction song). I love the recorded version, and I absolutely loved the live version. They all sounded so much better in person.

I would rate my experience attending a show part of Louis’ tour a 10/10. It was by far the best convert I’ve been to. I would recommend everyone attend a show of his if given the opportunity.