One Direction performed on Good Morning America Tuesday, Nov. 26, taking to the stage in New York's Central Park in front of thousands of screaming fans.

The United Kingdom natives, who took home two awards at the American Music Awards on Sunday, braved the cold NYC weather but before performing, they shared exciting news with their fans. Niall Horan announced that their tour was coming to North America and that tickets will be on sale soon.

Their Where We Are tour's first show is on Aug. 1 in Toronto, and tickets go on sale on Dec. 7.

After the news, the singers took the stage to perform their two huge hits off their album Midnight Memories, starting with Best Song Ever, followed by Story of My Life. They later performed their older song What Makes You Beautiful.

One Direction Performs 'Story of My Life' at the American Music Awards, Watch

The band's third album officially hit stores on Nov. 25, but leaked on Nov. 18. The boys all worked extremely hard to get the album done and stayed up late nights recording the tracks.

"I'm a night owl, so the late-night recordings don't really bother me - as long as I can sleep in late!" Zayn Malik told Billboard in a new interview.

"I don't think it's that hard to stay focused," Harry Styles added. "We get to go to amazing places and work with great people, it's just really fun!"

Check out the dates below for 1D's North America leg of their tour.

One Direction - 2014 North American Stadium Tour Dates

August 1st - Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada
August 4th - MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
August 7th - Gillette Stadium, Boston, Massachusetts
August 11th - Nationals Park, Washington, D.C.
August 13th - Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 16th - Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
August 19th - LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee
August 22nd - Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas
August 24th - AT&T Stadium, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
August 27th - Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Missouri
August 29th - Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
September 12th - Rose Bowl, Los Angeles, California
September 16th - University of Pheonix, Pheonix, Arizona
September 19th - Sunbowl Stadium, El Paso, Texas
September 21st - Alamodome, San Antonia, Texas
September 23rd - BOK Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
September 25th - Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
September 27th - PNC Music Pavillion, Charlotte, North Carolina
October 1st - Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
October 3rd - Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
October 5th - Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida