One Direction announces 2014 tour dates in Latin America, UK, Ireland

Internationally popular British-Irish boy band One Direction announced on May 16 the initial dates for their 2014 tour, which currently takes in Latin America, Ireland and the United Kingdom. 

After a lengthy period of speculation from fans given the appearance of a countdown on the group's site and a series of cryptic tweets from the band hinting at a "big announcement" the group have finally revealed what all the fuss was about - the "Where We Are" 2014 stadium tour.

So far only a handful of dates across Latin America, including Brazil, Argentina and Chile, and a selection of dates across the UK and Ireland, including a June 7 2014 booking at Wembly Stadium have been announced, but further dates are expected to be added soon.

The full list of currently announced 2014 dates and the days the tickets go on sale can be found below:

Latin America

April 25: Bogata, Colombia Estadio El Campin - tickets on sale June 24, 2013
April 27: Lima, Peru Estadio Nacional - tickets on sale June 17, 2013
April 29: Asuncion, Paraguay Jockey Club - tickets on sale June 21, 2013
May 1: Santiago, Chile Estadio Nacional - tickets on sale June 17, 2013
May 3: Buenos Aires, Argentina Velez - tickets on sale June 24, 2013
May 6: Montevideo, Uruguay Estadio Centenario - tickets on sale June 21, 2013
May 8: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Apoteose - tickets on sale June 24, 2013
May 10: Sao Paulo, Brazil Palmeiras Arena - tickets on sale June 24, 2013

Ireland 

May 25: Dublin Croke Park - tickets on sale May 25, 2013

United Kingdom -tickets on sale from May 25, 2013

May 28: Sunderland Stadium Of Light
May 31: Manchester Etihad
June 3: Edinburgh Murrayfield
June 7: London Wembley

 

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