Bieber: Two Concerts in SA

2012-12-05 00:00

“BABY, baby, baby, ooh” — teen idol Justin Bieber is coming to South Africa.

But once again, KZN misses out on a concert by a big star of the moment.

Bieber will delight his “Beliebers” in Cape Town on May 8 and in Johannesburg on May 12.

Tickets cost from R315 to R750 for both concerts.

Tickets for the Johannesburg concert go on sale on Monday at 9 am, at Computicket kiosks and shops and online at

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Tickets for the Cape Town concert go on sale on Tuesday at 9 am.

Bieber, who visited South Africa in 2010, was the first artist to have seven songs off his debut album to list on the Billboard Top 100.

He has 44 million Facebook fans and 23 million Twitter followers.

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