On The Road Again Tour

The On The Road Again Tour is One Direction’s fourth headlining tour. It was announced on May 19, 2014 and began on February 7, 2015.


Associated Album: FOUR
Start Date: February 7th, 2015
End Date: October 31st, 2015
Shows: 50: 7 in Australia, 11 in Asia, 3 in Africa, 31 in Europe, 23 in North America

Opening Acts

Samantha Jade and McBusted
5 Seconds Of Summer (Japan)
DJ Lincey (Singapore)
DJ Ono (Thailand)
DJ Yin (Hong Kong)
DJ Nivram (Philippines)
South Africa
Johnny Apple
North America
Icona Pop
UK & Ireland
To be announced


During the On The Road Again Tour, the boys many changes to the setlist. Click here to see all the changes and the different setlists.

The setlist now*:

  1. Clouds
  2. Kiss You
  3. Fireproof
  4. Girl Almighty
  5. Midnight Memories
  6. Better Than Words
  7. Story of My Life
  8. Stockholm Syndrome
  9. Ready to Run
  10. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
  11. Night Changes
  12. Little Things
  13. Best Song Ever
  14. No Control
  15. Little Black Dress
  16. You & I
  17. Through The Dark
  18. 18
  19. Where Do Broken Hearts Go
  20. Little White Lies
  21. Perfect
  22. Steal My Girl
  23. Act My Age
  24. What Makes You Beautiful
  25. Drag Me Down

* Updated as of October 11th, 2015

Tour Dates

Date City Country Venue
February 7th Sydney Australia Allianz Stadium
February 8th
February 11th Brisbane Suncorp Stadium
February 14th Melbourne Etihad Stadium
February 15th
February 17th Adelaide AAMI Stadium
February 20th Perth Patersons Stadium
February 24th Osaka Japan Osaka Dome
February 25th
February 27th Tokyo Saitama Super Arena
February 28th
March 1st
March 2nd
March 11th Singapore Singapore National Stadium
March 14th Bangkok Thailand Rajamangala Stadium
March 18th Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Arena
March 21st Manila Philippines SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds
March 22nd
March 25th Jakarta Indonesia Gelora Bung Karno Stadium
March 28th Johannesburg South Africa FNB Stadium
March 29th
April 1st Cape Town
April 4th Dubai United Arab Emirates The Sevens Stadium
June 5th Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium
June 6th
June 10th Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
June 13th Brussels Belgium King Baudouin Stadium
June 16th Horsens Denmark CASA Arena Horsens
June 19th Oslo Norway Ullevaal Stadion
June 23rd Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi
June 27th Helsinki Finland Olympiastadion
North America
July 9th San Diego United States Qualcomm Stadium
July 11th Santa Clara Levi’s Stadium
July 15th Seattle CenturyLink Field
July 17th Vancouver Canada BC Place
July 21st Edmonton Commonwealth Stadium
July 24th Winnipeg Investors Group Field
July 26th Minneapolis United States TCF Bank Stadium
July 28th Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium
July 31st Indianapolis Lucas Oil Stadium
August 2nd Pittsburgh Heinz Field
August 5th East Rutherford Metlife Stadium
August 8th Baltimore M&T Bank Stadium
August 18th Columbus Ohio Stadium
August 20th Toronto Canada Rogers Centre
August 23rd Chicago United States Soldier Field
August 25th Milwaukee Miller Park
August 27th Cleveland FirstEnergy Stadium
August 29th Detroit Ford Field
September 1st Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field
September 3rd Buffalo Ralph Wilson Stadium
September 5th Montreal Canada Olympic Stadium
September 8th Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre
September 9th
September 12th Foxborough United States Gillette Stadium
UK & Ireland
September 24th London England The O2 Arena
September 25th
September 26th
September 28th
September 29th
September 30th
October 3rd Manchester Phones 4u Arena
October 4th
October 7th Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro
October 8th
October 10th Birmingham England Barclaycard Arena
October 11th
October 12th
October 16th Dublin Ireland 3Arena
October 17th
October 18th
October 20th (Cancelled) Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssesy Arena
October 21st
October 22nd
October 24d (Rescheduled)
October 25th Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
October 26th
October 27th
October 29th Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
October 30th
October 31st