One Direction has earned its spot as the biggest boy band in the world, loved by millions of adoring fans for its smooth pop sound and huge hits such as "What Makes You Beautiful" and "Story of My Life." Don't miss the amazing concert coming to Ford Field in Detroit on Aug. 16 as the group promotes its 2013 release, "Midnight Memories," with the Where We Are Tour. This Saturday night performance will be the first of two shows the band performs at Ford Field.
Ford Field Seating Information
The stage at the One Direction Ford Field concert will be set up directly in front of Sections 136-139. Floor-level seating is available in Section A (closest to the stage) through Section S. Various stadium-style seats are offered in the 100, 200, and 300 Levels for the event on Aug. 16. There may also be private suites available to purchase for the evening. Check out the interactive Ford Field seating chart on this page for the exact location of seats.
Ford Field General Information
To ensure the safety and security of all fans, guests and their personal belongings will be subject to a security search upon entry. Large bags, outside food and beverages, and other items considered safety risks will not be allowed into the stadium. Professional and video cameras are strictly prohibited, while smaller cameras and binoculars are acceptable.
Ford Field Parking Information
Parking facilities adjacent to Ford Field include the Ford Field Deck and Lots 4 and 5, located just north of the stadium. Accessible parking is available on the deck and in Lot 4, with a drop-off and pick-up area near stadium Gate B. A number of other privately owned lots are situated within walking distance. The stops along the People Mover route closest to the facility are the F, G, and H stations. Be sure to check the public transportation schedule for the day of the One Direction concert to view route times.
Ford Field Gate Times
The gates are scheduled to open 60 minutes prior to the start of the Aug. 16 show, but keep in mind this time may change in the days leading up to the concert.