Leeds Beliebers to party at club-night dedicated to Justin Bieber

Popstar Justin Bieber - so popular that he's getting his own Leeds clubnight.
Popstar Justin Bieber - so popular that he's getting his own Leeds clubnight.
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Ever wanted to spend five hours dancing to Justin Bieber songs whilst throwing darts at a board covered in pictures of his ex-girlfriend?

You’re in luck, as this Friday January 22, the Justin Bieber Appreciation Society are hosting a clubnight dedicated to the pop superstar at Leeds nightspot Attic.

The night is described as “A party for sassy individuals with a true appreciation for Justin Bieber (aka God).”

And dismissing rumours that the man himself might make a special appearance, organisers said: “Justin Bieber won’t be present. Jheez, hun, come on, it’s Attic not The O2. This is an appreciation night of utter joy for our Holy One.”

Bieber has cultivated something of a reputation as a club icon in recent months, with chart hits ‘Sorry’, ‘What Do U Mean’ and ‘Where Are U Now’ frequently filling up dancefloors.

His devoted army of fans call themselves ‘Beliebers’.

Organisers at Attic, on Albion Street, have also promised clubbers they will be providing Justin Bieber face-masks, stickers, and cardboard cut-outs.

Fans who dislike Bieber’s ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez can vent their frustration by throwing darts at board covered in her image.

Tickets for the club-night are still on sale for £5 - or £ £1,036.94 for any seriously hardcore fans who want a ‘meet and greet’ with a cardboard cut-out.

Organisers said the first and second release of tickets sold out in 13 minutes.

For more details, see www.facebook.com/jbasforlife

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