One Direction finally let fans in on the details of their upcoming tour and album.

The British boy band announced the dates and locations for their 2014 "Where We Are Tour" at a news conference held at Wembley Stadium. The band also provided details on their new album, the Telegraph reports.

Niall Horan seemed to be the most excited to break the news.

On Twitter he wrote:

"Who's excited today? Coz when my alarm went off, I jumped out of bed like it was Christmas Day as an 8 yr old! Cannot wait t tell everyone."

"Here we go! Today is the big day! Cannot wait! #onebigannouncement," he added.

The hysteria online crashed the band’s website, onebigannouncement.com, due to the high volume of traffic, the Telegraph reports.

One Direction told the media that their new album will be “rockier” and “edgier” than their current songs. They say they’ve written a lot of the songs themselves.

The first leg of their world tour kicks off in Bogotá, Colombia on April 25, 2014 with 13 concerts that end at London’s Wembley Stadium on June 7, 2014; however, it looks like there will be more tour dates coming.

“So excited about having announced the first legs of the stadium tour. So looking forward to announcing more dates soon!!!!!!!”  Horan tweeted to fans on Thursday.

 

Tour Dates:

April 25 - Bogotá, Colombia Estadio El Campin (on sale June 24, 2013)

April 27 - Lima, Peru Estadio Nacional (on sale June 17, 2013)

April 29 - Asuncion, Paraguay Jockey Club (on sale June 21, 2013)

May 1 - Santiago, Chile Estadio Nacional (on sale June 17, 2013)

May 3 - Buenos Aires, Argentina Velez (on sale June 24, 2013)

May 6 - Montevideo, Uruguay Estadio Centenario (on sale June 21, 2013)

May 8 - Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Apoteose (on sale June 24, 2013)

May 10 - Sao Paulo, Brazil Palmeiras Arena (on sale June 24, 2013)

May 25 - Dublin Croke Park (on sale May 25, 2013)

May 28 - Sunderland Stadium of Light (on sale May 25, 2013)

May 31 - Manchester Etihad Stadium (on sale May 25, 2013)

June 3 - Edinburgh Murrayfield (on sale May 25, 2013)

June 7 - London Wembley Stadium (on sale May 25, 2013)