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Here's what the panic for One Direction tickets was like around Ireland

A lot of mams and dads were heroes this morning.

THIS MORNING, TICKETS went on sale for One Direction’s On The Road Again tour in 2015.

Four nights in Dublin and Belfast were initially on sale.

People were already queuing outside Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre in Dublin last night.

And by this morning, the queue looked like this. Yes, there are a lot of mams and dads in there.

The queue outside Stephen's Green Shopping Centre in Dublin this morning Source:

It wasn’t just Dublin either.

While at home, fans were frantically loading the Ticketmaster website on every possible device.

At 9am sharp, the gates opened.

And soon, a LOT of people were seeing this.

Needless to say, they sold out very quickly.

For those who did get tickets, the joy was unbridled.

But mainly, this was a testament to the utter heroism of Irish mams and dads.

(Although some of them stayed in bed.)

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