If you've been eagerly awaiting to hear something new from One Direction, you're in luck: the band today announced their On the Road Again Tour dates for 2015.
The boys will launch their new tour in July 2015 in San Diego, CA, then visit states across the country before concluding in Boston, MA, in September 2015. But let's be real: with a new album on the way, more dates are probably on the horizon.
See below for tour dates and visit the One Direction page for more information on tickets.
If you're anything like me, then you probably know nothing about sports. Like, nothing might even be a generous descriptor. But today, you probably know something is happening — the World Series is happening, in fact. And if you don't want to be left out of the conversation, then you should figure out a way to be part of the conversation.
As someone who knows absolutely nothing about baseball, I can't give you much. But I can give you some really basic facts, and then a few silly ways to decide who you're going to root for. Ready?
What to know
- Game 1 is tonight. It starts at 8 p.m. EST.
- Two teams will play: Royals vs. Giants.
- This match-up is kind of weird. Nobody predicted it.
Reasons to root for the Royals
- They haven't even made it to the World Series since their 1985 win.
- Their colors are blue and white, which has a nice collegiate feel to them.
- Paul Rudd is a Royals fan.
- You can sing Lorde's song "Royals" in your head every time you think of this team.
Reasons to root for the Giants
- It would be really cool for them to keep up the every-other-year winning thing they've got going on. They won in 2010 and 2012.
- Their colors are orange and black, which is like a tigers, and tigers are fun.
- Usually when people mention the Giants, they're talking about the football team, so in a way, these guys are kind of an underdog.
- San Francisco is probably a cool city.
It's not scientific... but you have a 50/50 chance of rooting for the winning team, so pick one and go for it. Good luck!
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