Brace yourselves Bieliebers, your favourite idol is coming to Asia later this year!
Music Management International (MMI Live) has officially confirmed that Justin Bieber will be bringing his 2017 “Purpose Tour” to Manila, Philippines, as part of his Southeast Asian leg.
The 23-year-old Canadian singer will be at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan on 30th September. Bieber previously held his “My World Tour” in Philippines 6 years ago in 2011, where he performed at the Mall of Asia Arena. He returned in December 2013 as part of a worldwide fundraising campaign for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) victims in Tacloban.
His 4th and latest record, “Purpose”, produced hits such as “What Do You Mean?“, “Where Are Ü Now”, “Cold Water“, “Let Me Love You”, “Sorry”, and “Love Yourself” (co-written by Ed Sheeran), among others. The album not only debuted at #1 in the US Billboard 200, but it also became Bieber’s biggest first-week sales, selling over half a million copies.
— MMI LIVE (@mmilive) June 28, 2017
Hopefully Bieber’s Southeast Asian pitstops will also include Malaysia and Singapore 😉
UPDATE (7th July):
Rejoice Bieliebers! A week after performing in Philippines, Justin Bieber’s next concert will be in Singapore. The pop superstar’s “Purpose World Tour” will be taking place at the National Stadium on 7th October.
Brought to you by Unusual Entertainment Pte Ltd, Bieber’s Singapore concert deets are as follows:
- Date: 7th October 2017 (Saturday)
- Time: 8pm (door opens at 6pm)
- Venue: National Stadium
- Ticketing: $148 onwards
Do note that concert tix will be released in stages:
- Fan Club Presale: 17th July, 10am
- AMEX Presale: 18th July, 10am
- StarHub Presale: 21st July, 10am
- General Sale: 22nd July, 10am
You can purchase your concert tickets through Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office and all SingPost outlets island wide. For more information, check out Sports Hub’s website or call +65 3158 7888.
UPDATE (25th July, 10:50am):
Oh no 🙁 Justin Bieber has canceled the remaining dates of his Purpose Tour “due to unforeseen circumstances.” This includes his concerts at Manila, Philippines, and Singapore.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber will cancel the remainder of the ‘Purpose World Tour’ concerts. Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them,” said his management in a Facebook statement. “However, after careful consideration he has decided he will not be performing any further dates. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.”
Bieber has already played more than 150 shows on the tour across the Americas and Europe as well as in Australia, India, Israel, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.