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Louis Tomlinson Asks The United Kingdom Government To Save Live Industry

The former member of the boy band ‘One Direction,’ Louis Tomlinson became a part of ‘Let the Music Play’ movement and called authorities for duty.

Tomlinson posted a stage-photo of himself on Instagram and captioned it by pointing out the live industry is about to collapse because of coronavirus pandemic:

“This last image was taken from the last show on tour in Madrid in March 2020. An amazing show, but the last before the tour was canceled and we came home early, which was devastating.”

Don’t Let It Break Your Heart’ singer called to the United Kingdom Government directly:

“The live music industry is such an important part of being an artist and today is about coming together to ask the UK government to protect and support all of the hard-working and talented people who come together to create these shows, and give a clear plan of how the live music industry will restart.”

The 28-year-old continued:

I couldn’t do what I do without the support of my amazing tour team and everyone that works behind the scenes to bring shows to life.”

The singer ended his message with #LetTheMusicPlay hashtag.

See below to find the mentioned Instagram post.

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