Justin Bieber fans in Brazil line up 50 days before concert

Soraya Roberts
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We've heard of long lines for Justin Bieber tickets, but a 50-day wait? Now that's Beliebing.

About 150 of the 19-year-old "Right Here" singer's Brazilian fans have started lining up in Rio de Janeiro for his Nov. 3 concert, the Daily Mail reports. "My Brazilian Beliebers go hard!" the Bieb himself tweeted yesterday with a link to the story.

Last week, 17 tents were reportedly erected containing approximately 50 campers who want to ensure they get the best seats in the house. Unfortunately, city officials arrived on Monday to make sure the group was not obstructing the sidewalks outside the Sambadrome and was abiding by safety and hygiene rules.

They also forced the younger kids back to school and banned teens under age 18 from sleeping there over night. According to the Daily Mail, about 30 unaccompanied minors were found at the site.

"Legal guardians who are not watching their children could have their youngsters taken away from them," parents were warned.

Older Bieber fans were allowed to erect their tents from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m.; apparently only two tents are left, containing eight Beliebers, who are representing the original 150 members of the line up. During the day, a new group oversees the site from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Bieber's concert is reportedly sold out and 36,000 Brazilians are expected to attend.

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