Updated, December 9: European tour dates have been added below.
Justin Bieber is getting ready for the Purpose World Tour, set to begin in March of 2016. This is Bieber's first tour since his Believe trek from 2012 to 2014. Before the tour begins, he'll be playing a few all-star 2015 concerts including the American Music Awards and a couple Jingle Ball shows.
Ticket presales are now over, and tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, November 20, at 10 AM local time. Check the links below for more info and to buy tickets from authorized vendors, which are mainly Ticketmaster and AXS. Keep scrolling down for more information about the tour, including VIP and Meet & Greet details.
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This is being called a "World Tour," but the only dates are currently scheduled in the United States and Canada. He has one London date in 2015, which is a Jingle Ball concert. Stay tuned, as we'll be updating this page with tour dates for Europe, Asia, Oceania, and Central & South America, as soon as those dates are officially announced.
Earlier this week, we reported on everything you need to know about Justin Bieber presale tickets. Since the dates were first announced, presales were so strong that the tour was expanded from 58 to 64 concerts, with added stops in Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, and Atlanta.
Head over to Ticketmaster for more information about the different VIP packages: The Ultimate #Purpose Experience, The "I'll Show You" VIP #Purpose Experience, and The "Where Are You Now" VIP #Purpose Experience. Prices and availability vary by location. Bieber has come under some fire for charging upto $2,000 per person for backstage VIP Meet & Greet, prompting the hashtag #Brokeliebers to trend on Twitter this week.
There's also a Purpose: The Movement film, which debuted over the past week with Q&A sessions in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston. There's an official music video for nearly every song on the album, which has spawned a few hits already: "What Do You Mean," "Sorry," and "I'll Show You."
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