We’re four months away from the biggest tour of 2014 — obviously we’re talking about One Direction’s Where We Are stadium tour.
But while fans from all over the world are getting prepped and ready to scream their heads off for our five favorite lads, fans in Paraguay aren’t too stoked.
It was announced that 1D are being forced to cancel their show in Asuncion, Paraguay on April 29, due to “logistical complications.” Fans will be given a full refund for their tickets.
Regardless of one out of their 65 shows being cancelled for their 2014 tour, 1D could make history within the next year.
According to Forbes, One Direction’s Where We Are tour is estimated to gross $300,000,000 in ticket sales.
To give you a better picture of how ridiculously amazing that is, they could be included in the list of Top Ten Grossing Concerts of All Time.
They’d be in the company with U2, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna and more legendary acts.
But before they take on the world with Where We Are, it’s being reported that 1D will definitely be taking a three-month break before tour rehearsals start.
“The lads are dead on their feet. They’ve completed a huge world tour and done endless promo in between,” a source told The Sun.
“They approached management to work out a deal. Given their success, they could hardly disagree and understand entirely. It was all sorted on good terms.”