Louis Tomlinson looks good as he leaves his hotel for his concert in Manchester

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson leaves his hotel to perform in Manchester after withdrawing from Russian shows following the invasion of Ukraine

He is currently on the European leg of his Walls tour.

And Louis Tomlinson looked ready to go as he left his Manchester hotel for his concert on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old singer looked stylish in a black puffer jacket and matching sweatpants.

Handsome: Louis Tomlinson looked ready to go as he left his Manchester hotel for his concert on Tuesday

He strolled alone in a pair of black and red Nike sneakers, holding a cigarette in his hand.

His world tour kicked off in America in February in support of his debut album Walls.

Due to the pandemic, his tour dates for 2020 had to be postponed, first to 2021 and then again to this year.

The former One Direction member is known for watching out for his fans and has previously stopped performing because fans passed out and became dehydrated.

Casual: The 29-year-old singer looked effortlessly stylish in a black puffer jacket and matching joggers

Casual: The 29-year-old singer looked effortlessly stylish in a black puffer jacket and matching joggers

Louis is touring in support of his debut LP Walls, which was released shortly before the coronavirus pandemic swept the world on January 31, 2020.

The album debuted in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 album chart, although it received mostly mediocre reviews from critics.

Walls consists of 12 songs, including fan favorites Always You, Defenseless and Only The Brave.

The singer rose to fame as a fifth of One Direction – comprising Niall Horan, 28, Liam Payne, 28, Zayn Malik, 29, and Harry Styles, 28, on The X Factor in 2010 – the band has taken a hiatus since 2016 as they all launched solo careers after Zayn quit.

Shutdown: Louis was set to tour in April 2020 with his debut solo album, Walls, but was forced to postpone Australian and New Zealand dates at the last minute due to Covid-19

Shutdown: Louis was set to tour in April 2020 with his debut solo album, Walls, but was forced to postpone Australian and New Zealand dates at the last minute due to Covid-19

Earlier this year, he canceled his tour shows in Moscow and Kiev after Russia invaded Ukraine.

He took to Instagram to say that his “thoughts are with the people of Ukraine and all those who are suffering from this needless war.”

Vladimir Putin personally gave the order on Thursday to attack Ukraine around 5 a.m., unleashing a volley of rocket fire to take out the country’s military chain of command.

Louis wrote: “Due to the recent events in Ukraine, I regret to announce that my tour shows in Moscow and Kiev have been canceled until further notice.

“The safety of my fans is my priority and my thoughts are with the people of Ukraine and all those who suffer from this unnecessary war. Louis.’

Announcement: Louis Tomlinson announced Monday he has canceled shows in Moscow and Kiev over 'unnecessary war' after Russia invaded Ukraine

Announcement: Louis Tomlinson announced Monday he has canceled shows in Moscow and Kiev over ‘unnecessary war’ after Russia invaded Ukraine

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