Louis Tomlinson performing in Vancouver, photo by Heather Fabia

As Louis Tomlinson continues his North American tour, the singer stopped through Monday night at the UBC-Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre in Vancouver, delivering a memorable show in Canada.

The show featured support from opener Andrew Cushin, and it's one of several shows on Tomlinson's schedule as he tours following the release last fall of his second solo album Faith in the Future, for which he released a deluxe edition earlier this year.

Tomlinson, who of course skyrocketed in fame as one-fifth of One Direction, was scheduled to play Red Rocks in Colorado last week, but the show was halted due to a severe hailstorm on June 21, which left concert attendees injured, including some who had to go to the hospital. According to Live Nation, because of scheduling, the show will not be postponed and concertgoers will instead be refunded.

He is next scheduled to play in Berkeley, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Austin, Atlanta, Boston, Tampa, Philadelphia and New York City throughout the month of July before heading back across the Atlantic for a European trek.

See photos from Vancouver below by Heather Fabia.