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15 Nov 2021
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Justin Bieber is coming to South Africa

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'Only fully vaccinated patrons will be allowed to attend the event and have to show proof of vaccination,' said Big Concerts in a statement.

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Award-winning musician Justin Bieber announced new dates for his much-anticipated Justice World Tour, and he will be returning to South Africa.

Bieber will perform at the DHL Stadium in Cape Town on 28 September 2022, and also at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 1 October 2022.

According to Big Concerts, the Discovery Bank pre-sale begins on Wednesday, 1 December, at 9am, while the general sale will start at 9am on Friday, 3 December.

There will be a limit of six tickets per booking and no under-12s will be allowed.

An adult must accompany children 14 years of age and under, while no persons shorter than 1.2m will be permitted in the general standing or front zone standing area.

“Only fully vaccinated patrons will be allowed to attend the event and have to show proof of vaccination,” said Big Concerts in a statement, noting that the rule is subject to government regulations.