There were rumours going about and we weren’t quite sure whether to believe them and go absolutely mental, or to hold back and wait for some sort of official news.
But when we found out all of the dates for One Direction's Arean tour and we officially went a bit bonkers. But then we calmed back down just enough to tell you guys all about it.
One Direction will be playing 15 dates at various venues up and down the country. They are even playing the mammoth O2 in London for two nights.
In their acceptance speech at last nights Brit Awards (when they won Best British Single, just in case you live under a rock) Liam said: “To be on this stage is amazing and we’re going to be doing our Arena tour so we’re massively flattered.”
Now, this is all very exciting, but lets get serious for a second. Possibly the most important information we’ll give you (apart from when they’re actually playing) is that tickets go on sale at 9am THIS SATURDAY.
Oh yes people, Saturday 25th February. Get it in your diaries, tattoo it on your forehead, you know the drill.
Here are One Direction’s tour dates, it’s a massively exciting list.
February 22nd – London, O2 Arena
February 23rd – London, O2 Arena
February 26th – Glasgow, SECC
March 1st – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
March 2nd – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
March 5th – Dublin, O2 Arena
March 6th – Dublin, O2 Arena
March 7th – Belfast, Odyssey Arena
March 8th – Belfast, Odyssey Arena
March 15th – Manchester, Manchester Arena
March 17th – Liverpool, Echo Arena
March 19th – Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena
March 20th – Nottingham, Capital FM Arena
March 22nd – Birmingham, LG Arena
March 24th – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
Where will you be going to see One Direction? Is there anywhere they missed off their list that they should really be visiting on their crazy ass tour?