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2014 One Direction Concert Tickets: JustCheapTickets.com Announces Additional One Direction Tickets for Philadelphia, Detroit, and Pasadena Concerts

JustCheapTickets.com, in anticipation of high sales for exciting concerts soon to take place, has added new inventory of One Direction tickets for "Where We Are Tour" shows in 2014.

BROOKFIELD, Wis., Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The band has established such a huge fan base that tickets for their concert events sell out at a rapid rate. Next year's tour will promote material from their latest release, "Midnight Memories," and fans are anxious to acquire good seats for shows that will occur in South America, North America and Europe. JustCheapTickets.com has added new inventory to the website so that online ticket buyers will have an easier time finding the One Direction tickets they want.

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The North American leg of the "Where We Are Tour" begins in Toronto on August 1. The band will perform another concert at that location on the 2nd of the month. Canadian fans will want to obtain One Direction tickets for either one of these two events.

U.S. fans can also obtain tickets for shows taking place in a variety of locations. Some of the cities where the group will perform include Boston, Philadelphia, Houston, Detroit, St. Louis, Chicago, El Paso, New Orleans, Charlotte, and Atlanta. The North American leg concludes with an October 3 performance in Tampa and an October 5 show in Miami.

The group of five very talented young men has established a fan base that encompasses the world. Next year's tour will give the stars the opportunity to travel to many different regions where they will entertain fans with new material from "Midnight Memories" along with hits from their previous two albums.

Over 10 million copies of the performers' successful albums have sold in the United States, and they have also won a number of prestigious music awards. In 2012, Billboard named them "Top New Artist," and they have been having an amazing career that is certain to continue for many years to come.

"Where We Are" may well be one of the most successful tours in the history of pop music. The singers attract huge audiences wherever they perform, and tickets for their performances are so popular that seats sell out in record time. Fans interested in seeing 1D in a live performance next year will want to acquire their tickets without hesitation or they may find that the show of their choosing has already sold out.

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Cheap concert tickets are plentiful at JustCheapTickets.com. Besides having newly added inventory of One Direction tickets, the website also features Lady Gaga tickets and many more for musical events.

Media Contact: Superb Tickets, Superb Tickets, LLC, 414-235-3381, [email protected]

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