One Direction wrap up SA tour

2015-04-02 11:39

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All great endings come with fireworks and that’s exactly how One Direction finished off the South African leg of their On The Road Again world tour.

The British-Irish boy band rocked Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium and Cape Town stadium this week.

The now four-piece band, including Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Harry Styles, filled in the parts of former band mate Zayn Malik without a glitch.

Before the Cape Town show yesterday, Horan tweeted: “Cape Town tonight! What a beautiful city from what I can see from the hotel! Can’t wait for the show! Buzzin”.

“Big love to all our fans ! Seriously, thank you, you guys have been unbelievable,” Tomlinson wrote on the social media site.

The best-selling boy band will take their tour to the United Kingdom and Ireland later this year.

Thousands camped outside the stadium ahead of the concert. Picture: Denzil Maregele

The British-Irish boy band on stage in Cape Town. Picture: Peter Abrahams

Fans at the packed Cape Town Stadium. Picture: Peter Abrahams

Liam James Payne (22) performs one of the band’s many hits. Picture: Simone Kley

The foursome performed in Johannesburg for the first time. Picture: Simone Kley

Fans created posters to show love to the band. Picture: Simone Kley

Rachie van Biljon, Courtney van Biljon, Maryam Sanatkaran, Ellis Jung and Mikaela Rodrigues show off their outfits, which they designed especially for the group’s South Africa tour.Picture: Denzil Maregele

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