A date and venue for an unannounced upcoming One Direction reunion tour in December 2020 briefly appeared on the website of Ticketmaster.
One Direction Reunion Tour
Fans of the popular boy band posted on Twitter an event called "One Direction: On The Road Again Tour" that will take place at 7 p.m. on Dec. 31, 2020, in Australia's Etihad Stadium. Unfortunately, upon clicking, the event page says that tickets are not yet for sale online.
i'm??so???confused?? i went onto ticket master (through a link for some reason it's not on when you go on the website) and went onto the 'Eithad Stadium' if you scroll down to dec 31 it says there is a one direction tour: on the road again 2020??? is this like someone joking or- pic.twitter.com/fiYYIK8zix — ally (@stylessoftie) July 22, 2018
The gig reportedly appeared as a link on Spotify underneath a playlist that marks the band's eighth anniversary this month. Fans report that the concert also appeared on several other ticketing websites around the world.
guys what the fuck is that? I searched "One Direction Tour 2020" and there's a lots of articles about a concert at the same date, the same hour and the same place pic.twitter.com/cMqkIoxWJy — zahra (@njhbops) July 22, 2018
As of this writing, the concert is no longer available via Ticketmaster.
There has not been any announcement that Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, and Louis Tomlinson are reuniting for another One Direction tour in the near future. All four musicians are currently busy with their solo careers.
The English-Irish pop boy band announced that they are taking a break in 2016.
Not Reuniting Anytime Soon
In a statement to Evening Standard, a representative of the group said that there are currently no plans to hold a concert for One Direction in 2020.
Horan also seemed to shut down rumors of a reunion in a new interview with Billboard.
"This is kind of like a little chapter in the middle where we're doing our own thing," he stated. "Again, all being successful at it, I'd like to think, and selling out tours and being out on the road and making tunes that we all want to make ... we're gonna see what happens in the future."
The Irish crooner recently released a new track titled "Finally Free" and is in the middle of a world tour to promote his solo debut album Flicker. He kicked off the North American leg of his tour this month.