Justin Bieber’s 2016 Purpose World Tour is well underway. Kicking off back in March, his U.S run will continue through the summer up until July 19, when he will wrap up his extensive set of North American headlining dates at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Tickets to see Justin Bieber are almost entirely sold out, and the secondary market is continuing to rise in demand as Bieber is out on the road. According to the data provided by Razorgator, the average ticket price is currently standing at $442.
Some of Justin Bieber’s stops in the U.S. include an upcoming two-night appearance at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on May 4 and 5, where tickets are averaging $521, with a get-in price at $149. Bieber will then head to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia for another doubleheader on May 7 and 8, where tickets are averaging $361, with the cheapest ticket coming in at $153.
Justin Bieber will finish up the U.S portion of his tour on July 18 and 19 as he takes on Madison Square Garden in New York City. Tickets for Justin Bieber in New York City are currently averaging $689 with the lowest ticket priced at $175. Parking in New York City, as well as several other stops along the Purpose World Tour can be secured easily and ahead of time through Parkwhiz.com.
Justin Bieber’s tour is in support of his latest record, Purpose, released back in November, which includes his latest smash hits “What Do You Mean,” “Love Yourself,” and “Sorry.” It has been a few years since the singer has hit the road, as he was last seen in 2013 on his Believe Tour.
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