We’re Getting A Documentary Covering Niall Horan And Lewis Capaldi’s Trip Around Ireland During The Summer

The fantastic Irish adventures of Niall and Lewis!


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Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi captured the hearts of the nation when they embarked on a music filled trip around Ireland this summer.

The pair stopped for a busking session on Grafton Street, performing some of their hit songs, like Niall’s Slow Hands.

After they traveled to Niall’s native Westmeath, where this year’s Fleadh Cheoil was being held. While there the pair got up to plenty of antics, including seeing some local tourist attractions, stopping by the festival for a performance, and hosting a sing-a-long in the pub.

Their trip had everyone talking and thrilled fans as many got to meet the lads or see them perform. And now we will be getting all the insider info on Niall and Lewis’ Irish adventure as Guinness announced a documentary following the musicians on their journey around Ireland.


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Sharing the news, the iconic Irish drinks company said: “Guinness proudly presents, Niall Horan’s Homecoming: The Road to Mullingar with Lewis Capaldi. Three days, two globally recognised musicians, one incredible road trip documented in an episode filled with fun, friendship and laughter.”

“What happens when two of the biggest names in music embark on a road trip in Ireland? A film that captures adventure, friendship, storytelling and non-stop laughter.”

“All inspired by Horan’s desire to revisit and reconnect with all that he loves of home; to retrace the origins of the exciting life journey he’s on and experience the reality of Ireland today, alongside side his best friend, Lewis Capaldi.”

At the time it was reported that Niall and Lewis’ were here to film a Guinness advert, as they stopped by the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin.


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Niall and Lewis have been good friends for around 4 years, since 2018 when Lewis joined Niall on stage to sing in Scotland.

Their Irish trip was truly jam-packed with busking, and sightseeing. But most importantly was Lewis’ introduction to Irish cuisine.

Forget stew, coddle and corned beef, Niall took Lewis straight to Spar where the pair sat down to enjoy a chicken fillet roll.

We cannot wait to see what else the pair got up to in the documentary!