UK Tour Dates Announced!

One Direction's UK and Ireland 2015 tour dates have been announced.

The band will perform in Cardiff on June 6, before kicking off the full tour in London in September.

Their 'On the Road Again' trek will then come to an end a month later in October, after a performance in Sheffield.

During the tour, One Direction will be performing songs from their number-one album FOUR, alongside classic hits.

Tickets go on sale on Saturday, December 6 at 9am.

One Direction made US chart history with their latest album FOUR, after it reached number one on the Billboard chart.

The band became the first group to reach number one on the chart with all four of their albums.

The full UK & Ireland tour dates are below:

June 6 - Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
September 24 - The O2, London
September 25 - The O2, London
September 26 - The O2, London
October 3 - Arena, Manchester
October 4 - Arena, Manchester
October 7- The SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
October 8 - The SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
October 10 - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
October 11 - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
October 16 - 3Arena, Dublin
October 17 - 3Arena, Dublin
October 20 - Odyssey Arena, Belfast
October 21 - Odyssey Arena, Belfast
October 25 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
October 26 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
October 29 - Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
October 30 - Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield

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One Direction On The Road Again

One Direction have confirmed they'll be making a return to Australia and Asia next year - much to the delight of their hordes of fans.

They've only just kicked off their Where We Are tour, but the boy band heartthrobs have already announced they'll be playing new dates in different parts of the world early next year.

The On The Road Again 2015 tour will see them perform in Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, the Philippines, and the United Arab Emirates - the first show will kick off on 7 February at the Allianz Stadium in Sydney.

Australia:

7th February – Allianz Stadium, Sydney

11th February – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

14th February – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne

17th February – AAMi Stadium, Adelaide

20th February – Patterson Stadium, Perth

Asia:

24th February – Dome, Osaka, Japan

25th February – Dome, Osaka, Japan

27th February – Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo, Japan

28th February – Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo, Japan

1st March – Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo, Japan

11th March – National Stadium, Singapore

14th March – Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand

18th March – Asia World Expo, Hong Kong

21st March – Mall of Asia Concert Ground, Manila, Philippines

25th March – Stadium Utama Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta, Indonesia

South Africa:

28th March – FNB Stadium, Johannesburg

29th March – FNB Stadium, Johannesburg

1st April – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town

UAE:

4th April – 7HE Sevens, Dubai

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Take Me Home Tour Officially Over :-(

They're finally coming home - as the 1D boys close this exciting chapter of their career we look back at the best bits before they treat us to something new

The fit fivesome have been on quite a journey since they kicked off their world tour in February – entertaining no less than 571,140 fans in the process - but it's finally come to an end. Yup, they're coming home.

Paying thanks to the millions of adoring fans, 1DHQ posted a message on the band's Instagram account that read: "What an unbelievable tour, thank you to all the fans around the world who made this happen! 1DHQ x."

Buff blonde Niall wrote: "134 shows ! And I wasn't bored for one show because we have the best fans on the planet, and we do all this for u, coz u gave all this to us.

"Feels like years ago we started on that freezing cold night in February at the O2 in London !

"I've had an amazing year! Thank you all soo much! never forget this tour ! #TMHworldtour2013.

"That's it ! TMHT is over! Thank you soo much everyone who made it what it was! What a year ! Xxxx."

While Liam shared: "Last day of tourrrrrr!!!!!! Looking forward to seeing that someone special.

"Wowwee tour finished, thank you to everyone who made it brilliantttt!"

And curly-haired heartthrob Harry simply said: "So that's it."

Messages also flooded in from hordes of dedicated fans.

"We love you ONE DIRECTION. Thank you sooooo much for everything. You changed my life better. Can't believe THM Tour is over... BEST SHOW EVER," wrote one.

While another said: "So sad that the tmh tour is over, it was my first one direction concert I went to, wish I could go back to that day :(."

"Am I actually getting emotional thinking about how the One Direction world tour is over? Well isn't this embarrassing," posted one glum 1D-er.

While one particularly wise fan wrote: "The TMH tour is over. A chapter in one direction history is over. That means a new one is about to begin."

Indeed.

Although the lads wrapped up their mammoth tour in Tokyo, they got particularly emotional as they waved goodbye to the Australian leg - where they spent over a month -  and Niall, Zayn and Harry all appeared to be crying in pictures taken by fans on the night.

But it’s not the impressive ticket sales – achieving 98% capacity over their ENTIRE tour

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1D Complete Australian Leg Of Take Me Home!

One Direction celebrated their final night on tour in Australia with an on-stage cream pie fight.

The jovial five – Harry Styles, 19, Louis Tomlinson, 21, Niall Horan, 20, Liam Payne, 20 and Zayn Malik, 20 – have finished the Australian leg of their mammoth Take Me Home tour in Melbourne.

Performing the hit Wheatus song Teenage Dirtbag with support act 5 Seconds of Summer, the lads on stage were seen gleefully throwing pies at each other, getting covered head to toe.

Styles posed for the band’s official Twitter with a snap of him covered in the white stuff.

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One Direction celebrated their final night on tour in Australia with an on-stage cream pie fight.

The jovial five – Harry Styles, 19, Louis Tomlinson, 21, Niall Horan, 20, Liam Payne, 20 and Zayn Malik, 20 – have finished the Australian leg of their mammoth Take Me Home tour in Melbourne.

Performing the hit Wheatus song Teenage Dirtbag with support act 5 Seconds of Summer, the lads on stage were seen gleefully throwing pies at each other, getting covered head to toe.

Styles posed for the band’s official Twitter with a snap of him covered in the white stuff.

‘Thank you Melbourne for letting us do that. It was an amazing last show. Australia you’ve been absolutely incredible. Thank you so much .x’ he said on his own Twitter feed following the gig.

‘132 shows of 134 ! Can’t believe it’s nearly over! Sad times! But I’m ready to go again in the new year for where we are tour !’ added Horan – pointing out the epic tour is not over just yet.

The boys started their show in London back in February and will finally climax in Japan on November 3 – before setting off on a follow-up world tour next year.

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