Live Alert: One Direction Added to iTunes Festival, Mindless Behavior To Tour the U.S.

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Posted on 05/16/2012 at 4:01 PM

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The Popdust Files: concerts, mindless behavior, one direction, upcoming tours

It’s time to put the money you’ve made off all your hard work in school this year to good use, assuming you’ve set up a pricey reward system whenever report cards roll around. If not, get on it! Lemonade stands aren’t making what they used to and your peers are all about entrepreneurship these days. Summer is made for attending live shows and it’s usually smart to get an idea of who you’ll be seeing before Memorial Day. In addition to a bevy of North American tour dates beginning next week, One Direction has been added to London’s iTunes Festival, which boasts 60 acts (including Jack White, Norah Jones and Usher) performing on consecutive nights at the Roundhouse. 1D will take the stage on September 20 and the event is free, so go ahead and feel justified in spending beaucoup bucks on travel arrangements.

If your ears needs a good numbing before then, Mindless Behavior has announced The #1 Girl Tour, which kicks off after Independence Day here in the States. The 25-city spin run through August, stopping in major markets like New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC. Tickets go on sale later this week; check out the full list of dates (many soon to be updated with location info) below. Remember that Big Time Rush and Cody Simpson are teaming up for the Big Time Summer Tour and Justin Bieber’s Believe will likely be taken on the road following its release. You’ll need to see at least one to save face at school next fall, so chose wisely.

The #1 Girl Tour

July 5 — Richmond, VA — Carpenter Theatre
July 6 — Philadelphia, PA — Mann Center
July 7 — Washington, DC — Constitution Hal
July 12 — Raleigh, NC — PNC Arena
July 13 — Baltimore, MD — Pier Six Pavilion
July 14 — New York, NY — Beacon Theatre
July 15 — Norfolk, VA — NTELOS Pavilion
July 18 — Louisville, KY — Palace Theatre
July 20 — Nashville, TN — Municipal Auditorium
July 21 — Southaven, MS — Landers Center
July 22 — St. Louis, MO — Fox Theatre
July 26 — Detroit, MI — Fox Theater
July 28 — Chicago, IL — Arie Crown Theater
Aug 1 — Birmingham, AL
Aug 2 — Augusta, GA
Aug 3 — Columbia, SC
Aug 4 — Atlanta, GA
Aug 9 — Baton Rouge, LA
Aug 10 — New Orleans, LA
Aug 11 — Houston, TX
Aug 12 — Dallas, TX
Aug 16 — Las Vegas, NV
Aug 17 — Los Angeles, CA
Aug 18 — Oakland, CA

 

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