19 May 2014

South Africa: One Direction Announce Three SA Gigs

On The Road Again 2015 Johannesburg: 28th and 29th March 2015 at FNB Stadium Cape Town: 1st April at Cape Town Stadium Tickets go on sale Friday 23rd ... ( Resource: One Direction South African Announcement )

One Direction have announced their worldwide concert dates, which include three gigs in South Africa on Saturday, 28 and Sunday, 29 March, 2015, at FNB Stadium, Joburg and Wednesday, 1 April at Cape Town Stadium.

Please note the following ticketing polices: all fans attending the concerts that are younger than 14 years must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. There is also an age restriction on field standing tickets (Golden Circle East/West and General Admission East/West) - no one under 13 years and shorter than 1.2 metres will be permitted onto the field.

Last year One Direction released their record-breaking third album "Midnight Memories", which had them named as the IFPI's Global Artist of 2013 for becoming the biggest selling act in the world. They also became the first band to have their first three albums debut at number one in the US Billboard Chart, hitting the top spot in a further 30 countries worldwide. The band: Harry, Niall, Liam, Louis and Zayn - have just completed the first leg of their Where We Are stadium tour, in which they visited South America for the first time. The UK and Ireland leg kicks off at Dublin's Croke Park on 23 May, before moving to Europe and the US throughout the rest of 2014.

Tickets go on sale Friday, 23 May at 9am. Go to www.bigconcerts.com for all the information.


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