One Direction is in the midst of their massive Where We Are World Tour, spanning three continents over the course of six months. Beginning in April of this year in the South American country of Columbia, the Where We Are World Tour already is one of the their most successful to date, and according to Forbes, could be one of the most lucrative tours of all time potentially grossing over $300 million from ticket sales alone. That, of course, is just an estimate based on their previous tours which averaged 55,000 in attendance with One Direction tickets going for $88 on average.
The boys of 1D are presently on the European leg of the tour which will run through July 13th, ending with their show at Dragao Stadium in Porto, Portugal. Afterwhich they will have some time off before heading stateside for their North American leg. When they finally do bring their Where We Are World Tour to North America they will begin at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, currently going for $248 with a get-in rate of $63. This is $14 above their tour average for their North American leg which is averaging $234. Their highest priced shows come at the Bank of Oklahoma Center in Tulsa at $467 and Rose Bowl which is averaging $450 to give these two concert premiums of 100% and 92% respectively.
Interestingly enough, One Direction plays two dates at the Rose Bowl and while the one is the second priciest of the tour on September 13th, their show the night before is going for $140 less than that at $310. With that type of a discount, you can go to both their first show at the Rose Bowl as well as their least expensive show of the tour at Ford Field which is only going for an average price of $144. One Direction’s next cheapest show comes in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field on August 14th where an average ticket will be in the neighborhood of just $147 for seats to the show.