One Direction store opening in Twin Cities for limited time

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Screaming teen fans of One Direction will soon have a place to stock up on merchandise in preparation of the British boy band's Twin Cities tour stop this summer, the Pioneer Press reports.

The Mall of America has unveiled plans to open the pop-up store 1D World, which will only sell One Direction merchandise.

The store will open its doors Saturday and remain open for only six weeks. Other pop-up stores across North America have reportedly caused fan frenzies, with fans lining up outside doors on opening day.

Presumably to avoid a stampede, the MOA cautioned that the group will not be at the store's opening day event.

The MOA says people who shop at 1D World opening day will also have a chance to win prizes, including tickets to the band's summer tour.

One Direction will play their only Minnesota date on July 18 at Target Center in Minneapolis.

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