Having announced the Europe and South American dates of their 2014 ‘Where We Are’ summer stadium tour back in May, the world’s biggest boy-band have finally given their North American fans the chance to get their hands on One Direction tickets with the confirmation of 21 dates across the USA and Canada.
The 2010 X-Factor finalists, who have only just completed their mammoth 131-date Take Me Home tour with another boy band, 5 Seconds of Summer, will return to the live stage at Colombia’s Estadio El Campin on April 25 and will then take in the likes of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil, with One Direction secondary market tickets available for the May 8th gig at Rio de Janeiro’s Praca da Apoteose at a get-in price of $175 and average price of $428.
Following a European leg which includes a three-night run at their homeland’s Wembley Stadium, the quintet will then travel across the Atlantic for a series of shows which begin at Toronto’s Rogers Centre on August 1st.
The boys will then stop off at the likes of Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on August 13th ($85/$401), Houston’s Reliant Stadium on August 22nd ($101/$401) and San Antonio’s Alamodome on September 21st ($117/$370) before wrapping up at Miami Gardens’ Sun Life Stadium on October 5th, the latter of which is currently the lowest get-in and average price of the whole tour at $78/$277.
The two-time American Music Awards winners, who will be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on December 7th, will no doubt treat fans with One Direction tickets to all the highlights from their new third album, Midnight Memories.
But alongside the likes of recent singles “Best Song Ever” and “Story Of My Life,” the band are also expected to perform US Top 5 hits “What Makes You Beautiful” and “Live While We’re Young,” their mash-up of Blondie’s “One Way Or Another” and The Undertones’ “Teenage Kicks” and the best tracks from their two Billboard chart-topping albums, “Up All Night” and “Take Me Home.”
One Direction 2014 Stadium Tour Date (updated with new dates)
8/1 – Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada
8/2 – Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada (NEW DATE)
8/4 – MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
8/5 – MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey (NEW DATE)
8/7 – Gillette Stadium, Boston, Massachusetts
8/8 – Gillette Stadium, Boston, Massachusetts (NEW DATE)
8/11 – Nationals Park, Washington, D.C.
8/13 – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8/14 – Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (NEW DATE)
8/16 – Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
8/17 – Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan (NEW DATE)
8/19 – LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee
8/22 – Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas
8/24 – AT&T Stadium, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
8/27 – Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Missouri
8/29 – Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
8/30 – Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois (NEW DATE)
9/11 – Rose Bowl, Los Angeles, California (NEW DATE)
9/12 – Rose Bowl, Los Angeles, California
9/13 – Rose Bowl, Los Angeles, California (NEW DATE)
9/16 – University of Pheonix, Pheonix, Arizona
9/19 – Sunbowl Stadium, El Paso, Texas
9/21 – Alamodome, San Antonia, Texas
9/23 – BOK Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
9/25 – Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
9/27 – PNC Music Pavillion, Charlotte, North Carolina
9/28 – PNC Music Pavillion, Charlotte, North Carolina (NEW DATE)
10/1 – Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
10/3 – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
10/5 – Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida