It was a life-changing night for thousands in Seattle. If you were a teenage girl, at least. British boy-band One Direction played to a sold-out crowd at Key Arena on Sunday.
The show started about half an hour late so security could make sure everyone got in safely, fearing a stampede at the door.
But as KING 5's Mitch Pittman shows us, the real rock-stars of the night might not have been the band members, but the parents who made the special night a reality for their kids.