Where We Are Tour

Where We Are is One Direction’s third headlining tour. The tour name was revealed on May 16, 2013 after an official 7 day countdown. It is a worldwide stadium tour, presented by Nabisco.

Information

Associated Album: Midnight Memories
Start Date: April 25th, 2014
End Date: October 5th, 2014
Legs: 3
Shows: 69: 28 in Europe, 10 in South America, 31 in North America

Opening Acts

South America
El Freaky (Colombia)
Abraham Mateo (Peru and Chile)
Sonus (Argentina and Uruguay)
P9 (Brazil)

Europe
5 Seconds Of Summer (All shows beside Denmark and Portugal)
McBusted (Denmark, France*)
Abraham Mateo (Spain, together with 5sos)
D.A.M.A (Portugal)
* Both McBusted and 5sos as opening act

North America
5 Seconds Of Summer (All shows beside Arlington and St. Louis)
Jamie Scott (Arlington, St. Louis, Pasadena*)
* Both Jamie Scott and 5sos as opening act

Setlist

  1. Midnight Memories
  2. Little Black Dress
  3. Kiss You
  4. Shy Don’t We Go There
  5. Rock Me
  6. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
  7. Live While We’re Young
  8. C’mon, C’mon
  9. Right Now
  10. Through The Dark
  11. Happily
  12. Little Things
  13. Moments
  14. Strong
  15. Better Than Words
  16. Alive
  17. One Thing
  18. Diana
  19. What Makes you Beautiful
  20. You & I
  21. Story of My Life
  22. Little White Lies
  23. Best Song Ever

Tour Dates

Date City Country Venue
South America
April 25th Bogotá Colombia Edstadio El Campín
April 27th Lima Peru Estadio Nacional
April 30th Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional
May 1st
May 3rd Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Velez Sarsfield
May 4th
May 6th Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario
May 8th Rio de Janeiro Brazil Parque dos Atletas
May 10th São Paulo Estádio do Morumbi
May 11th
UK & Ireland
May 23rd Dublin Ireland Croke Park
May 24th
May 25th
May 28th Sunderland England Stadium of Light
May 30th Manchester Etihad Stadium
May 31st
June 1st
June 3rd Edinburgh Scotland Murrayfield Stadium
June 6th London England Wembley Stadium
June 7th
June 8th
Europe
June 13th Stockholm Sweden Sweden Friends Arena
June 14th
June 16th Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
June 17th
June 20th Paris France Stade de France
June 21st
June 24th Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena
June 25th
June 28th Milan Italy Stadio San Siro
June 29th
July 2nd Düsseldorf Germany Esprit Arena
July 4th Berne Switzerland Stade de Suisse
July 6th Turin Italy Stadio Olimpico
July 8th Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic
July 10th Madrid Estadio Vicente Calderón
July 11th
July 13th Porto Portugal Estádio do Dragão
North America
August 1st Toronto Canada Rogers Centre
August 2nd
August 4th East Rutherford United States MetLife Stadium
August 5th
August 7th Foxborough Gillette Stadium
August 8th
August 9th
August 11th Washington D.C. Nationals Park
August 13th Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field
August 14th
August 16th Detroit Ford Field
August 17th
August 19th Nashville LP Field
August 22nd Houston Reliant Stadium
August 24th Arlington AT&T Stadium
August 27th St. Louis Edward jones Dome
August 29th Chicago Soldier Field
August 30th
September 11th Pasadena Rose Bowl
September 12th
September 13th
September 16th Glendale University of Phoenix Stadium
September 19th El Paso Sun Bowl Stadium
September 20th Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
September 21st San Antonio Alamodome
September 23rd Tulsa BOK Center
September 25th New Orleans Mercedes-Benz Superdome
September 27th Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion
September 28th
October 1st Atlanta Georgie Dome
October 3rd Tampa Raymond James Stadium
October 5th Miami Sun Life Stadium

DVD

The release date for the dvd was announced on October 26th, though the one direction twitter account, as the 1st of December. The tweet also included a behind the scenes photo of Harry, Liam and some fans.

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