Bieber’s Justice Tour Is Back On

Ever since Justin Bieber’s tour for his album, Changes, was cancelled due to the pandemic, fans have been waiting for his next appearance on stage. Luckily, the tour is here, and Bieber is coming to Dallas on Sunday, May 1 at the American Airlines Center. This concert has been rescheduled for the second time to this date after being postponed nearly two years ago on June 27, 2020, and then once more last year on August 5, 2021.

Bieber’s tour is called “Justice World Tour” and he will be performing his 5th and 6th studio albums, Changes, and Justice. The tour will be kicked off on February 18th at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California. Joining him as the opening acts on tour will be JADEN, ?Teo?, as well as Eddie Benjamin and Harry Hudson, who will be performing in select cities.

Tickets are available now, and 1$ from every ticket purchased will be given to the Bieber Foundation. The Bieber Foundation was founded by Justin himself, and he has partnered with First Responders Children’s Foundation to share the inspiring message of the dedicated first responders in healthcare, fire services, and public safety who continue to protect us each day.

Senior Vice President of AEG Presents and International Touring, Simon Jones, says “Justin’s return to the international stage is going to be a juggernaut of a run, and to see how fast the tickets are flying out the door is testament to his status as one of the worlds biggest live music draws.” The morning that Bieber announced his world tour, 31 of the shows sold out within hours. As of now, almost 1,000,000 tickets have been sold.

After the Justice album was released, it landed at Number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, making Bieber the youngest solo artist in history to have 8 albums reach number 1. Fans should expect to hear songs from all of Bieber’s albums, including songs like “Boyfriend” from the Believe Album in 2012, and even “Peaches” from his newest Justice album.

After performing in 52 different shows in the United States, finishing in Milwaukee, MI on June 24, Bieber will begin his international tour on August 3, 2022 in Skanderborg, Denmark, and will perform in his final concert of the Justice World Tour on March 25, 2023 in Krakau, Poland. Other international concerts will take place in countries including Austria, Belgium, Sweden, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and so many more. He will be touring throughout 5 continents, 20 countries, and performing in a total of over 90 shows. Additional shows in Asia, Japan, and the Middle East are soon to be announced as well.

Justin Bieber has not gone on tour in 5 years, in 2017, for his Purpose tour, which was cut short due to Bieber’s health issues. This time around, Bieber seems to be healthy and more prepared for his tour than ever before. His photographer and videographer, Rory Kramer, said “trust me, you don’t want to miss this.”

Senior Elle De La Garza says, “I am so excited because I bought tickets to his Changes tour in 2020 and it was cancelled because of the pandemic. This new album is my favorite and I cannot wait to see Justin Bieber live in action in a few months.”

Senior Isabelle Bruty will also be attending Bieber’s Dallas show and says, “I am a Belieber for life, and if Justin does not play “Baby”, at his concert in Dallas, we are going to have a problem.”

This is definitely a tour you will not want to miss, so grab your friends and buy your tickets to the Justice World Tour.

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