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One Direction Announce New UK Shows For 2014 'Where We Are' Stadium Tour
The 'Live While We're Young' five-piece also announce the European dates for their tour next year.
One Direction have announced a string of new UK dates for their upcoming 'Where We Are' 2014 stadium tour.
The 'Best Song Ever' five-piece will hit the road from May next year on their first stadium tour across the country, performing tracks from across all three of their albums.
The new dates will see One Direction perform at Croke Park in Dublin (23rd May), a third date at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester (30th May) and a third date at Wembley Stadium in London (6th June).
Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne have also announced a number of new European dates on the tour for June and July next year.
One Direction are currently preparing for the release of their third studio album 'Midnight Memories' on 25th November.
Tickets for the new One Direction tour dates are set to go on sale from Saturday 28th September.
Check out the newly announced UK dates for One Direction's 'Where We Are stadium tour below:
- Dublin (Croke Park) - 23rd May
- Manchester (Etihad Stadium) - 30th May
- London (Wembley Stadium) - 6th June
View the originally announced UK tour dates for One Direction' 2014 stadium tour below:
- Dublin (Croke Park) - 24th & 25th May
- Sunderland (Stadium Of Light) - 28th May
- Manchester (Etihad Stadium) - 31st May & 1st June
- Edinburgh (Murrayfield Stadium) - 3rd June
- London (Wembley Stadium) - 7th & 8th June
Check out the newly added European tour dates for One Direction below:
- Stockholm, Sweden (Friends Arena) - 13th June
- Cophenhagen, Denmark (National Stadium Parken) - 16th June
- Paris, France (Stade De France) - 20th June
- Amsterdam, Netherlands (Amsterdam Arena) - 24th June
- Milan, Italy (Stadio San Siro) - 28th June
- Dusseldorf, Germany (Espirit Arena) - 2nd July
- Berne, Switzerland (Stade De Suisse) - 4th July
- Barcelona, Spain (Estadi Olimpic) - 8th July
- Madrid, Spain (Vicente Calderon) - 10th July
- Porto, Portugal (Dragao Stadium) - 13th July