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The world's biggest pop group are coming to Wales to kick off their 2015 tour.
Following already announced dates in Europe, North America, Asia and South Africa, One Direction will return to the UK & Ireland next autumn – giving fans the chance to see the band perform songs from their brand new album ‘FOUR’ for the first time alongside all their much-loved hits.
After a one-off performance in Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium in June 2015, the boys’ full tour kicks off at London’s The O2 in September and wraps up a month later in Sheffield.
One Direction's new album 'FOUR' is their biggest yet – having hit No.1 on the iTunes chart in 85 countries with sales of over 2 million in just one week.
The five-piece found fame on ITV's talent show The X Factor back in 2010 and have made the history books selling out at gigs all over the world.
Tickets for the concert start at £37.50 and go on sale next weekend.
From the HTV Cymru archives here's the 1969 hit by legendary singing duo Toni ac Aloma singing about a village cafe on Anglesey.Read the full story ›
Carl Edwards has the latest edition of Newsweek WalesRead the full story ›
Cerys Matthews has been made an Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by the Prince of Wales during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Bassey, 77, says she had always been unhappy with her vocals on the theme song from the 1964 Sean Connery film.Read the full story ›
US star Paul Robeson often visited the South Wales valleys and in 1940 starred in 'The Proud Valley' about a black American miner.Read the full story ›
It was a first for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge but it was a one in a long line of performances for Dame Shirley Bassey.
The Royal couple were making their first appearance at the event, which was held at the London Palladium on Thursday.
The Duke and Duchess were greeted by Lord and Lady Lloyd Webber. Michael McIntyre hosted the show with performances from Shirley Bassey, Ed Sheeran and One Direction.