Jan 28

The Vamps Rock Out in Melbourne, Australia


On their latest tour video, The Vamps take us on their adventure to Melbourne, Australia. The guys are currently hanging out in Australia for the Australian leg of their tour. The Vamps took over Festival Hall in Melbourne on Jan. 24.

Before the big show, the guys walk fans through a sound check—well sort of. More like play around in the arena before the show. We’re just happy they are having fun.

The guys also hosted a meet and greet before the show and fans could not be happier!

The camera also catches Tristan putting tape on his fingers. He explains that since he had a couple of weeks off his “wee bubbah” hands got soft.

At the end of the video, the guys share some footage from the concert.

The Vamps’ last Australian show is set for Jan. 30 at the HBF Stadium in Perth. On Feb.1 they head on over to the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila in the Philippines.

Jan 22

Shawn Mendes Announces More Tour Dates

Shawn Mendes has one busy year ahead of him. The 16-year-old singer and songwriter from Canada just announced that he is extending his headlining tour into 2015. He released just a couple of the dates earlier this week via Twitter.

The tour kicks off on Feb.23 when he hits Stockholm, Sweden. He then travels to Berlin, Paris and London before heading to the U.S. on April 8 where he’ll be performing in Miami, Fla. Tickets for the shows in the U.K. and Europe go on sale tomorrow and on Saturday in the U.S. It gets better too! The first 50 people who purchase tickets get a meet and greet with Shawn!

In August, he’ll head out on tour with Taylor Swift and Vance Joy. His first performance on tour will be on June 12 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.

Jan 22

1D Reveals that there are Hidden Treats on their Website

One Direction preps for their upcoming tour. (Image Via Instagram)

One Direction preps for their upcoming tour. (Image Via Instagram)

One Direction cannot wait to head out on their 2015 tour—On The Road Again. The guys announced earlier today that there are exclusive tour goodies hidden on their official website.

According to the site, all fans have to do is search the website very carefully. Easter eggs may be hidden in images and more and the guys are hoping they are in the places where you would least expect it.

There is currently one treat hidden on the site and we are thinking that “Don’t you just love Moments like these?”—as state on the site—may be a clue!

Meanwhile, the guys are busy rehearsing and prepping for tour. It kicks off on June 5 in Cardiff. The guys head to the U.S. on July 9 when they perform in San Diego. Tickets are currently on sale now.

Can’t wait until the tour and need more on ‘Four?’ The guys recently shared that 80’s rock was one of the musical influences for the album. Check that out in the video below..

Jan 22

The Vamps Take Fans on a Zoo Tour

The Vamps cuddle with a critter at the zoo. (Photo Via Instagram)

The Vamps cuddle with a critter at the zoo. (Photo Via Instagram)

The Vamps have been hanging out in Australia for a couple of days just before they kick off their big world tour. Since the guys can’t take each and every Vampette with them, they decided to share their trip with fans via YouTube.

On their day off, the guys decided to stop by the zoo. Above the zoo is a cable car, which Brad admits he isn’t a huge fan of. Once the guys are back on the ground, they hung out with a couple of emus—plus Brad shows us his emu face. He also warns that he is going to leave the band and become a zoo keeper.

In the vid, the guys get to hold an opossum. The camera also catches the band feeding a giraffe. While there, a zoo keeper even makes a 1D joke.

The Vamps have their first show in Australia on Friday, Jan. 23 in Sydney. While on tour, they’ll hit Melbourne, Brisbane, Bradelaider and Perth. For the Australian leg of the tour, they will be performing with Union J and the Australian pop punk band, Short Stack. They’ve released three albums with a fourth on the way.

Today, they hung out on the set of Sunrise–“Australia’s most popular brekky show”—according the Sunrise’s official Twitter.