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One Direction Plots Aussie Conquest

10:01 AM Wednesday 4/18/12 | |

The boy band that’s shaking up the world has another continent in its sites as One Direction announces shows in Australia scheduled for September 2013.

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It’s not often we see shows announced 18 months ahead of the play dates, but One Direction is winning the hearts and minds of teens and tweens all over the globe, topping the charts and selling out arenas.

Now the lads are locked in for Australia. Here’s the rundown:

Sept. 11 – Boondale, Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Sept. 12 – Boondale, Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Sept. 14 – Sydney, Allphones Arena
Sept. 15 – Sydney, Allphones Arena
Sept. 19 – Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
Sept. 20 – Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
Sept. 24 – Hindmarsh, Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Sept. 28 – Perth, TBA
Sept. 29 – Perth, TBA

Tickets go on sale April 28 at 10 a.m. local time. Don’t be late because it’s not like they’re going to save a shrimp on the barb for you. Click here for details.


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