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Justin Bieber Purpose World Tour Ticket InformationHe’s baaaaaaaaaack. Justin Bieber is set to go on tour in 2016. The controversial star just released his new album Purpose which is his fourth studio album that was released on November 13, 2015. Bieber announced to the world on The Ellen Show that he is going on tour once again for the first time in three years. Many are believe that this new “revitalized” Justin Bieber just put out the best album in his career and that his tour will make him a beloved artist once again. Love him or hate him, Justin Bieber is one of the world’s biggest stars with an enormous fan base. Today, we are seeing a more focused and level headed Bieber than before and the world is eager to see what Justin will come out when he’s on tour.
Justin Bieber has had quite a life as at a mere age of 12 he was putting videos of him performing on YouTube when he was discovered by his manager, Scooter Braun and music icon, Usher. Ever since then, Bieber has been transformed into one of the biggest stars in the entire world. In 2009, he released his first single “One Time” and later released his first studio album My World 2.0 which propelled Bieber into stardom as it went triple platinum. His first world tour kicked off in 2010 which really made Justin Bieber a worldwide phenomenon. Bieber also released studio albums Under the Mistletoe and Believe in 2011 and 2012 and also had a movie, Never Say Never that documented Justin Bieber on his My World Tour, which provided an inside look on tour with Justin Bieber. But with the immense stardom that Justin Bieber has been exposed to since a young age, there have also been a fair share of slip ups that even include Bieber saying he was “officially retiring” from making music. He has been involved in many situations that have hurt his public image and reputation both as an artist and person. Some of the documented issues have been accusations of reckless driving, striking a pedestrian with his car, a DUI arrest, and being charged with assault. Not to mention the harsh criticism that he faced throughout and following his relationship with pop star Selena Gomez. Even though Bieber has somewhat tarnished his public image, he still remains one of the biggests stars in the world and many believe that his image is starting to turn into a more positive one. Bieber has made numerous public apologies to the world for his “arrogance” and bad behavior that he’s exemplified the past few years. Could this be the rebirth of Justin Bieber?
Justin’s Purpose World Tour will kick off March 9, 2016 in Seattle, WA at Key Arena and will be a nation wide tour that extends to venues in Canada and internationally. And the Purpose World tour will conclude on July 18th in New York City at Madison Square Garden. The tour will be making stops at venues that include: The MGM Grand Garden Arena, Pepsi Center, Sprint Center, and 2 shows each at the Staples Center, TD Garden, Philips Arena, Allstate Arena, and Barclays Center. The Purpose Tour could also feature a few surprises from artists that have worked with Justin Bieber on his new album like Travis Scott and Halsey, who are currently on tour with the Weeknd and Big Sean could be a few of the surprise guests that are possibly featured in the Purpose Tour. This highly anticipated tour will feature songs from his newest studio album, Purpose. The tracklist for Justin Bieber’s new album Purpose is:
- Mark My Words
- I’ll Show You
- What Do You Mean?
- Love Yourself
- No Pressure
- No Sense
- The Feeling
- Life Is Worth Living
- Where Are U Now
- Been You
- Get Used To It
- We Are
- All In It
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Justin Bieber BiographyJustin Bieber is the biggest pop star of his generation, but he hasn’t always been easy to understand or to like. Bieber burst on the scene at a very young age, capturing the hearts of a generation of fans. But the really impressive thing about Bieber is his staying power. The boys and girls that once begged their parents for Justin Bieber tickets are now able to buy them themselves – and as his audience has come of age, so has Justin. Bieber, who rose to superstardom singing tween pop, has developed a more complex and mature style that mirrors the growth of his fan base, both in age and size. Bieber has proved that he’s not just a fad: he’s a serious musical talent, and one that is here to stay.
It’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t heard of Bieber. He’s omnipresent: his images are on concert posters, his songs are on the radio, and he’s even guest starred on popular television shows. But Justin Bieber wasn’t always a superstar like he is today – far from it. Bieber was raised in a humble home in southern Canada. Bieber was born to unmarried parents in London, Ontario, Canada. He was raised in nearby Stratford, where he attended a French-language school and learned to play musical instruments.
Though Justin Bieber wasn’t always a superstar, you could argue that he was always destined to become one. His mother, Patricia Mallette, knew her son had talent. She became determined to get him noticed by record companies. Mallette urged her son to perform and captured his songs on video. She then promoted her young son’s talents by posting those videos on YouTube. With his obvious flair for music, Bieber quickly gained a loyal online following. He was a new superstar for a new age: without ever meeting a record company scout, he was finding his way directly to his audience. YouTube users around the world could witness Bieber’s talent, all recorded from his humble Canadian home by his dedicated – if perhaps overzealous – mother.
With such a significant online presence, it was only a matter of time before Bieber was discovered by the traditional music industry. That finally happened when a record company executive stumbled on one of Bieber’s videos when looking through YouTube for footage of another performer. The record executive had found something far more impressive than the singer he’d been looking for: he’d found the talent that would define pop music for a generation of fans around the world.
That executive, Scooter Braun, wasted no time. He got in touch with Bieber’s family and let them know that his company, So So Def Recordings, wanted to bring Bieber down to their Atlanta studio. Though Bieber’s mother, a deeply religious Christian, was initially put off by Braun’s Jewish faith, she eventually agreed to let her young son go to Atlanta and record demo tapes. Bieber was just 13, and his life was about to change forever.
Bieber started out singing for R&B superstar Usher, but he soon had his chance to shine on his own. He recorded his first single in 2008, a song called “One Time.” As it hit airwaves, Bieber was hard at work recording the rest of the tracks for his debut album. Bieber’s first EP, My World, followed, and his rapid ascent to superstardom had begun.
By 2010, Bieber was already a certified star. He’d performed for the President, presented at the Grammys, and released popular singles. But 2010 was still a watershed year for Bieber. It saw the release of his first full-length album, a record called My World 2.0 that was meant to act as a continuation of the work he’s done on the My World EP. 2010 was also the year that the single “Baby,” from the My World 2.0 album, was released. Bieber’s past hits had reached international audiences, but “Baby” took him to another level. It was his highest-charting single to that point, and it made him an international icon.
Bieber's first two albums – 2010’s My World 2.0 and 2012’s Believe – were monster hits, and his pop style suited his superstar persona. Bieber’s dedicated fans, called Beliebers, couldn’t get enough of him. Justin Bieber t-shirts, Justin Bieber accessories, and – of course – Justin Bieber tickets and CDs were flying off the shelves. Bieber’s short career had seen nothing but success so far. It was the life that his mother had dreamed of for him, and it was welcome news to Scooter Braun, too – Braun had become Bieber’s agent.
But Bieber had some trouble adjusting to his new life. Though he had plenty of fun, he courted his share of controversy, too. In 2012, 2013, and 2014, he had a series of run-ins with the law. He annoyed his neighbors and was accused of reckless driving, throwing eggs at houses, and other minor crimes. Bieber’s meteoric rise had come with its share of problems, and the boy who had been famous since before he hit puberty was beginning to lash out.
Bieber’s world had changed a lot since his simple pop songs first blew audiences away. Bieber dealt with those changes in the best way that he knew how: through his music. The results were extraordinary. His 2015 album, Purpose, announced a new direction for Bieber. Purpose’s electronic and dance pop influences signified a maturing in Bieber’s style. He’d been influenced by collaborators like Skrillex, and he was ready to make more innovative music that would challenge assumptions about his style. His work remained accessible, catchy, and unforgettable, but it was no longer limited to the styles that he’d used on his first two records.
The success of Purpose and the control Bieber has taken of his musical legacy shows that his success was no flash-in-the-pan tween fad. Bieber’s fans have continued to follow his music and still snap up Justin Bieber tickets with enthusiasm. With Bieber showing that he plans to evolve and improve throughout his career, it’s clear that he won’t be fading away anytime soon.
Top 3 Justin Bieber Tracks:
|As Long as You Love Me|
Justin Bieber Albums
- All That Matters
- Hold Tight
- Bad Day
- All Bad
- PYD (featuring R. Kelly)
- Roller Coaster
- Change Me
- Confident (featuring Chance the Rapper)
- One Life
- Backpack (featuring Lil Wayne)
- What's Hatnin' (featuring Future)
- Swap It Out
- Memphis (featuring Big Sean)
- All That Matters (music video)
- Justin Bieber's Believe (trailer)
- Guatemala Pencils of Promise Journal (video)
My World 2.0
- Baby (featuring Ludacris)
- Somebody to Love
- Stuck in the Moment
- U Smile
- Runaway Love
- Never Let You Go
- Overboard (featuring Jessica Jarrell)
- Eenie Meenie (with Sean Kingston)
- That Should Be Me
Under the Mistletoe
- Only Thing I Ever Get for Christmas
- The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) (featuring Usher)
- Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
- Fa La La (featuring Boyz II Men)
- All I Want for Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!) (duet with Mariah Carey)
- Drummer Boy (featuring Busta Rhymes)
- Christmas Eve
- All I Want Is You
- Home This Christmas (featuring The Band Perry)
- Silent Night
- All Around the World (featuring Ludacris)
- As Long as You Love Me (featuring Big Sean)
- Catching Feelings
- Take You
- Right Here (featuring Drake)
- Die in Your Arms
- Thought of You
- Beauty and a Beat (featuring Nicki Minaj)
- One Love
- Be Alright
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Cheap Justin Bieber TicketsThe events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
|$10.00||Justin Bieber — 11/13/2015|
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
|$11.00||Justin Bieber - Music by MAKJ — 08/22/2015|
Beach Club; Pointe-Calumet, QC
|$16.00||Justin Bieber — 04/07/2016|
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
|$22.00||Justin Bieber — 07/06/2016|
Greensboro Coliseum Complex; Greensboro, NC
|$24.00||Justin Bieber — 11/18/2015|
Allstate Arena; Rosemont, IL
|$39.00||Justin Bieber — 08/23/2017|
MetLife Stadium; East Rutherford, NJ
|$43.00||Justin Bieber — 08/18/2017|
U.S. Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
|$45.00||Justin Bieber — 11/19/2015|
Toyota Center; Houston, TX
|$46.00||Justin Bieber — 09/05/2017|
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
|$49.00||Justin Bieber — 04/19/2016|
Scottrade Center; St Louis, MO
Best and Most Expensive Justin Bieber TicketsThe events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
|$2,156.00||Justin Bieber — 03/30/2016|
Gila River Arena; Glendale, AZ
|$1,961.00||Justin Bieber — 10/27/2016|
The Hydro; Glasgow, Scotland
|$1,961.00||Justin Bieber — 11/08/2016|
Wiener Stadthalle; Vienna, Austria
|$1,961.00||Justin Bieber — 10/06/2016|
Sportpaleis; Antwerp, BE
|$1,961.00||Justin Bieber — 11/17/2016|
Hallenstadion Zurich; Zurich, Germany
|$1,961.00||Justin Bieber — 11/22/2016|
Palau Sant Jordi; Barcelona, US
|$1,250.00||An Acoustic Evening with Justin Bieber — 12/07/2015|
The Danforth Music Hall Theatre; Toronto, ON
|$1,249.00||Justin Bieber — 03/23/2016|
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
|$1,034.00||Justin Bieber — 04/04/2016|
Pepsi Center; Denver, CO
|$859.00||Justin Bieber — 03/25/2016|
MGM Grand Garden Arena; Las Vegas, NV