On Sept. 13, pop sensation One Direction will continue its 2014 Where We Are Tour with a stop at the friendly confines of Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. With numerous awards already under their belt and many more surely to come, the up-and-comers are credited with putting boy bands back on the map. You definitely don't want to miss your chance to sing along with the five-member group on its visit supporting the popular 2013 album "Midnight Memories."
Rose Bowl Stadium Seating Information
The main stage for the One Direction Rose Bowl Stadium concert is positioned in front of Sections 24-27, and an extension connects it to a smaller "B" stage between Sections B3 and B4. Floor seating is available at the event in Sections A1-C6. Stadium seating in Sections 2-21 is also available for the Sept. 13 show, but some sections near the stage may provide limited or obstructed views of the stage. You can also purchase premium seating in the suites and loge boxes, which often have amenities like multiple flat-screen panels, air conditioning, and cushioned seats. The premium Club Level seating, located behind Sections 16-21, normally gives you access to all of the amenities of the suites and loge boxes along with access to premium concessions.
Rose Bowl Stadium General Information
The Rose Bowl permits small cameras into events, but no professional cameras or recording devices will be allowed at the event on Sept. 13. You are not allowed to bring backpacks and large bags, banners, noisemakers, coolers, or outside food and drink into the stadium to see One Direction.
Rose Bowl Stadium Parking Information
On-site parking at Rose Bowl Stadium is available for passenger vehicles and buses, RVs, and limousines. Free shuttles may run on the day of the show, but you should contact the venue to learn about scheduled shuttle arrivals and departures on Sept. 13.
Rose Bowl Stadium Gate Times
The gates at Rose Bowl Stadium typically open one to two hours before the performance begins. One Direction's concert is supposed to start at 7 p.m. local time.