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One Direction Sharing Classic Stadium Show… But For One Day Only

The summer of One Direction will continue on Tuesday (July 28) with a throwback stream of the group’s 2014 Where We Are Tour — Live From San Siro Stadium show, complete with exclusive bonus DVD content. As part of the group’s 10th anniversary celebration, the show from Milan, Italy, will be available to view on YouTube for 24 hours only beginning at 10 a.m. ET.

The film was the follow-up to the band’s fist live concert movie, 2013’s One Direction: This Is Us, and it features such beloved hits as “Midnight Memories,” “Live While We’re Young,” “Moments,” “Better Than Words,” “One Thing,” “Diana” and “What Makes You Beautiful.” Click here to watch the stream.

You can also get in the mix yourself by singing along to your favorite 1D songs with time-synched lyrics on Apple Music. The beloved boy band’s catalog saw a 173.6 percent gain in U.S. on-demand streams the day of the 10th anniversary (July 23), according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. On July 23, One Direction’s catalog, which includes five full-length albums, drew 21 million U.S. streams. That’s up 173.6 percent from July 22, which saw the band garner 7.7 million.

The group that features Harry StylesLiam PayneNiall Horan and Louis Tomlinson and former member Zayn Malik, recently launched an Easter egg-packed anniversary site with a raft of hidden treasures, cherished moments, behind-the-scenes pics and stories and all your favorite songs.

Watch the ‘Where We Are Tour – Live from San Siro Stadium’ DVD plus exclusive bonus content ‘The Road to San Siro’ at 3pm UK time on @YouTube for 24hrs only https://t.co/KKZlAsV9yz pic.twitter.com/o3YP1jWHmk

— One Direction (@onedirection) July 28, 2020

Celebrate 10 years of One Direction! Sing along to your favourite songs with time-synced lyrics on @AppleMusic https://t.co/UIeNpRqkLo pic.twitter.com/vodcaJgC7A

— One Direction (@onedirection) July 27, 2020

 

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