The show goes on the job with repossession agents, process servers, code enforcement agents, traffic cops, heads of security, and others who might end up in situations where the recipient can blow up in a rage.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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The Up All Night Tour was the first headlining concert tour by English-Irish boy band One Direction, showcasing their debut album, Up All Night (2011). It began in December 2011 and was One Direction's first solo tour after being formed in the seventh series of The X Factor and being signed to Syco Records. The concert tour was announced in September 2011, with the initial British and Irish dates being revealed. The concert tour was managed by Modest! Management, the shows were backed by a five-piece musical band, and the creative assessments were handled by Caroline Watson and Lou Teasdale, among others. After the initial concert tour concluded in January 2012, shortly afterwards, the concert tour expanded with legs in Oceania and North America. They ultimately played over 60 shows in Europe, Oceania and North America. The setlist encompassed songs from One Direction's debut album and five covers. Commentators commended One Direction's singing abilities and stage presence, and the production of the show. The Up All Night Tour was a commercial success, with additional matinée and evening shows being performed at several venues. A recording of the Up All Night Tour was filmed during One Direction's January 2012 show at the International Centre in Bournemouth. Documenting the whole concert with intersperses of backstage footage, a video album, Up All Night: The Live Tour, was released on DVD in May 2012. The video concert DVD was a global success, topping the charts in twenty-five countries and setting an unprecedented US chart record. By August 2012, the video album had sold in excess of one million copies worldwide.
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When tickets for the shows in the UK and Ireland went on sale, many agencies reported sell-outs within minutes. News site Stuff.co.nz reported nearly 10,000 tickets were sold in 10 minutes for the band's shows in Auckland and Wellington. The sellout success continued in Australia. There, the band's shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane sold out in three minutes. Shows in the United States also sold out within minutes.
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