Where We Are Tour (One Direction)

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Where We Are Tour
Tour by One Direction
1D Promotional poster.jpg
UK Promotional poster
Associated album Midnight Memories
Start date 25 April 2014 (2014-04-25)
End date 5 October 2014 (2014-10-05)
Legs 3
No. of shows
  • 28 in Europe
  • 31 in North America
  • 10 in South America
  • 69 in total
Box office US$290.2 million
One Direction concert chronology

The Where We Are Tour was the third headlining concert tour by English-Irish boy band One Direction.[1] The concert tour visited stadiums from April through October 2014 with addition to special performances in Las Vegas on 20 September 2014 for the iHeartRadio Music Festival. The concert tour officially kicked off on 25 April 2014 at El Campín Stadium in Bogotá, Colombia and concluded on 5 October 2014 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida. It promoted the band's third studio album, Midnight Memories,[2][3] also announced along with the tour.[4][5][6][7][8] Australian pop/rock band 5 Seconds of Summer served as opening act for UK, European and US tour dates.[9] The tour grossed $290 million in sales after 69 performances with total attendance of 3.4 million. It became the 16th highest-grossing concert tour of all time.[10] It remains the highest-grossing tour of all time by a vocal group.[11]

Background[edit]

The tour was announced by One Direction during a press conference on 16 May 2013 at Wembley Stadium.[12][13] One Direction raised £600,000 for Stand up to Cancer due to them giving 50p of each ticket sold to the charity.[14] On March 2014, Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer announced they would be the opening act for UK, European and US tour dates.[9]

Commercial performance[edit]

Tour stage at Santiago, Chile

The kickoff-date for the tour in Bogotá sold out all 20,000 tickets in few hours including the additional tickets that promoters made available months after.[15][16]

It was also announced that when the tickets went on sale on 25 May 2013 it sold out in minutes;[17] the same day, additional dates were announced for Dublin, Manchester and London. After a performance on Good Morning America on 26 November 2013, a day after the release of their third studio album, the band announced 21 additional tour dates for North America.[18] Three additional dates were announced on 27 January 2014. More dates are speculated to be announced. The first show was on 25 April 2014 at El Campín Stadium, Bogotá which has a capacity of 41K which is one of the biggest stadium in Colombia. The band filled it up with 34K fans.

The band opened Radio 1's Big Weekend in Glasgow at the festival's Main Stage on 24 May before jetting back to Dublin to perform a second show that evening. They also opened up night 2 of the iHeart Radio Music Festival on 20 September, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.[19]

Broadcast and recordings[edit]

The 28 and 29 June 2014 shows at San Siro in Milan, Italy were recorded. They were released on DVD in December 2014. The DVD contains the entire concert as well as bonus content including backstage footage.[20] The film was released on 11–12 October 2014 in theatrical locations worldwide before its home media release.[21] The show's runtime is 96 minutes.[22]

Set list[edit]

This set list is representative of the performance on 25 April 2014, the opening show, and the official used during the entire tour.

  1. "Midnight Memories"
  2. "Little Black Dress"
  3. "Kiss You"
  4. "Why 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"
Encore
  1. "You & I"
  2. "Story of My Life"
  3. "Little White Lies"
  4. "Best Song Ever"

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
South America[23][24]
25 April 2014 Bogotá Colombia Estadio El Campín El Freaky 34,935 / 34,935 $4,427,910
27 April 2014 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional Abraham Mateo 32,601 / 32,601 $3,362,870
30 April 2014 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional 67,324 / 67,324 $7,688,500
1 May 2014
3 May 2014 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Velez Sarsfield Sonus 70,622 / 70,622 $5,682,760
4 May 2014
6 May 2014 Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario 30,958 / 30,958 $2,316,460
8 May 2014 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Parque dos Atletas P9 40,087 / 40,087 $3,826,760
10 May 2014 São Paulo Estádio do Morumbi 102,792 / 102,792 $9,457,730
11 May 2014
Europe[1][24][25]
23 May 2014 Dublin Ireland Croke Park 5 Seconds of Summer 235,008 / 235,008[a] $20,115,900[a]
24 May 2014[b] Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Green N/A N/A N/A
24 May 2014 Dublin Ireland Croke Park 5 Seconds of Summer [a] [a]
25 May 2014
28 May 2014 Sunderland England Stadium of Light 51,231 / 51,231 $4,383,490
30 May 2014 Manchester Etihad Stadium 158,579 / 158,579 $12,908,000
31 May 2014
1 June 2014
3 June 2014 Edinburgh Scotland Murrayfield Stadium 64,623 / 64,623 $5,297,750
6 June 2014 London England Wembley Stadium 236,566 / 236,566 $20,017,900
7 June 2014
8 June 2014
13 June 2014 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena 88,978 / 88,978 $7,358,040
14 June 2014
16 June 2014 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium McBusted 83,577 / 83,577 $8,190,650
17 June 2014
20 June 2014 Paris France Stade de France 5 Seconds of Summer
McBusted
114,172 / 114,172 $9,775,550
21 June 2014
24 June 2014 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena 5 Seconds of Summer 103,551 / 103,551 $7,859,850
25 June 2014
28 June 2014 Milan Italy San Siro 115,931 / 115,931 $7,779,190
29 June 2014
2 July 2014 Düsseldorf Germany Esprit Arena 44,684 / 44,684 $3,395,490
4 July 2014 Berne Switzerland Stade de Suisse 31,037 / 31,037 $3,150,110
6 July 2014 Turin Italy Stadio Olimpico 38,430 / 38,430 $3,294,610
8 July 2014 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys 5 Seconds of Summer
Abraham Mateo
40,333 / 40,333 $3,391,560
10 July 2014 Madrid Estadio Vicente Calderón 65,186 / 65,186 $5,409,230
11 July 2014
13 July 2014 Porto Portugal Estádio do Dragão D.A.M.A 45,001 / 45,001 $3,868,070
North America[27]
1 August 2014 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre 5 Seconds of Summer 98,851 / 98,851 $6,634,920
2 August 2014
4 August 2014 East Rutherford United States MetLife Stadium 139,247 / 139,247 $12,345,803
5 August 2014
7 August 2014 Foxborough Gillette Stadium 148,251 / 148,251 $13,475,239
8 August 2014
9 August 2014
11 August 2014 Washington, D.C. Nationals Park 42,834 / 42,834 $4,233,063
13 August 2014 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field 101,527 / 101,527 $8,818,556
14 August 2014
16 August 2014 Detroit Ford Field 92,428 / 92,428 $8,304,416
17 August 2014
19 August 2014 Nashville LP Field 53,472 / 53,472 $4,286,308
22 August 2014 Houston Reliant Stadium 55,703 / 55,703 $4,659,939
24 August 2014 Arlington AT&T Stadium Jamie Scott 51,074 / 51,074 $4,517,012
27 August 2014 St. Louis Edward Jones Dome 52,315 / 52,315 $4,281,608
29 August 2014 Chicago Soldier Field 5 Seconds of Summer 104,617 / 104,617 $9,446,247
30 August 2014
11 September 2014 Pasadena Rose Bowl 5 Seconds of Summer
Jamie Scott
165,170 / 165,170 $12,560,382
12 September 2014
13 September 2014
16 September 2014 Glendale University of Phoenix Stadium 5 Seconds of Summer 56,524 / 56,524 $5,035,880
19 September 2014 El Paso Sun Bowl 44,910 / 44,910 $3,632,097
20 September 2014[c] Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena N/A N/A N/A
21 September 2014 San Antonio Alamodome 5 Seconds of Summer 51,575 / 51,575 $4,237,714
23 September 2014 Tulsa BOK Center 10,100 / 10,100 $1,012,051
25 September 2014 New Orleans Mercedes-Benz Superdome 50,349 / 50,349 $4,258,450
27 September 2014 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion 37,365 / 37,365 $2,378,580
28 September 2014
1 October 2014 Atlanta Georgia Dome 50,970 / 50,970 $4,438,203
3 October 2014 Tampa Raymond James Stadium 52,158 / 52,158 $4,359,855
5 October 2014 Miami Gardens Sun Life Stadium 53,914 / 53,914 $4,303,749
Total 3,439,560 / 3,439,560 $290,178,452

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the Croke Park on 23, 24 and 25 May, respectively.
  2. ^ The 24 May 2014 concert in Glasgow, Scotland is a part of Radio 1's Big Weekend. The band opened the event at 1pm before flying back to Dublin to perform a second show that very same evening.[26]
  3. ^ The 20 September 2014 concert in Las Vegas, Nevada at the MGM Grand Garden Arena was part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival. The band performed on the second night of the event.[28]

References[edit]

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