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Justin Bieber SA tour unconfirmed

2012-07-04 09:04
 
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Cape Town - Justin Bieber says he's coming to South Africa, but Big Concerts hasn't sealed the deal.

The 18-year-old pop star has taken to Twitter to reveal that South Africa has been included on his Believe world tour.

This won't be Justin's first time in South Africa. He visited the country on holiday back in 2010.

No exact dates are known yet, but according to his tour schedule, he will still be touring England in April 2013. It is unlikely that he will be in SA before the end of 2013.

He posted the following update on his Twitter page on Tuesday:



Gwen Ironsi of Big Concerts told Channel24 that although his visit to SA isn't confirmed, the concert promoter is hoping to get Justin to SA.

"It is not 100% confirmed as yet and Big Concerts has always said they are working on getting the tour to SA, but no dates have been confirmed as yet," said Ironsi.

Justin's Believe world tour kicks off on 29 September in Glendale, Arizona in the US.

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