By Hannah Wong , FashionnStyle Reporter | Nov 29, 2012 08:46 PM EST
One Direction tickets for their 'Late Show with David Letterman' show are available free of purchase. Yes, you can see the UK boy band up close and personal for FREE. One Direction will make their appearance on the talk show on Friday, Dec. 7 in New York City. The episodes are pre-recorded at the Ed Sullivan Theatre the afternoon and aired later that night.
Here is how to see One Direction on "Late Show with David Letterman" from the talk show's official website:
"1. Submit a ticket request online at http://www.cbs.com/shows/late_show/tickets/request/
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2.Submit a ticket request in person at the Ed Sullivan Theatre, 1697 Broadway (between West 53rd and West 54th Streets) in New York City (Manhattan).
Ticket requests can be made in person during these days and hours:
Monday through Thursday: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Please do not line up prior to 9:00 a.m. Anyone violating this policy will not be eligible to receive tickets.
Please note the following:
1.) Tickets will be awarded randomly to those submitting audience ticket requests in person. We will notify those chosen via phone.
2.) Due to the large volume of requests, each individual may apply for tickets no more than once in any six month period. Individuals who have attended the show are not eligible to attend for another six months from the date of attendance.
3.) Individuals may submit requests for tickets from up to one month in advance of the taping date up to and including (subject to availability) the day of the show. Selecting more dates to attend the show will increase your chances of receiving tickets.
4.) Tickets are non-transferable and may only be requested by the person that will attend the show. When meeting with a staff member in person, you will be asked to name the person you wish to bring with you to the show. If ticketed, we will ONLY be able to admit you and that specific person previously identified as your guest.
5.) Government-issued picture I.D. with a birth date and mailing address are required for both the in-person application and check-in at the show.
Due to the large volume of requests, each individual may only apply for tickets no more than once in any six month period. Individuals who have attended the show are not eligible to attend for another six months from the date of attendance.
The minimum age to attend the show is 18 years old.
Because your safety is of paramount importance to us, we have implemented a variety of security measures at the theater. To expedite your check in, please do not bring bags or packages with you. Government issued photo ID will be required for admission. We appreciate your cooperation.
Please note that we receive many more requests for tickets than we are able to fulfill, and that we therefore cannot guarantee availability. We reserve the right to deny admission at any time. Shows may cancel and schedules and/or audience requirements may alter at any time. We require all audience members to follow our rules and regulations as a condition of attending the show. Without limiting the foregoing, we do not allow cell phones, pagers, cameras, sound recorders or other recording devices in the theater.
The box office will be closed when the LATE SHOW is on hiatus."
One Direction is shooting a 3D concert movie documentary expected for release on August 2013. The One Direction 3D concert movie will be directed Morgan Spurlock and the boys believe he is the best man to make the film up close and personal.
"Morgan works well because like you said, he did a lot of documentary movies," Niall Horan said in an interview with MTV news on Monday. "That's more so what we want our movie to be. It's going to be a concert movie, but with a documentary side than concert side so we wanted to give it like get our personalities across because the fans know us, but we want them to know us deeper."
"I think he's come up with a lot of interesting concepts and stuff for films," Liam Payne added. "So it's just going to be really exciting to work with him and see what he comes out of the bag with for us."
Although the film is set for a summer release date, One Direction has already been filming moments that they believe are worthy of the film.
"Well we've been kind of [filming], we've always had a camera with us," Niall shared. "Like when we were touring America in the summer, we had like a camera with us every day and we were just kind of documenting stuff cause if it ever did come to a movie, then we'd have stuff ready for it. So we've already kind of started and the cameras are already coming out on the road with us a bit more now. Obviously doing [Madison Square Garden] next week and then the tour all year next year, hopefully it'll turn out as well as we want it too," he continued.
"And Niall's got a camera, so he's going to film some of the film," Louis Tomlinson said in the interview with MTV news.
Check out One Direction's 3D Concert movie expected for release on August 30, 2013.
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