The Justin Bieber Purpose Tour is finally coming to Australia and New Zealand.
The Sorry singer has announced his 2017 Purpose Tour in Down Under himself, and noticeably, huge stadiums were booked for the singer’s tour in Australia.
The Justin Bieber Purpose Tour kicked off in Seattle in March this year and continued across the United States before he made stops in Canada and Japan. The Canadian singer is currently in the European leg of his tour with shows in Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK.
Bieber last performed for Aussie audience in his 2013 Believe Tour. It was a memorable one for the wrong reason though. Fans were furious with the singer after he painted graffiti on a wall of his hotel on the Gold Coast. He did come back in Sydney in June 2016 when he attended the Hillsong Church conference with then girlfriend Hailey Baldwin.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) October 3, 2016
Check the Justin Bieber Purpose Tour dates in Australia and ticket details below
The tour is part of the promotion of his fourth studio album Purpose. The album was released in November 2015. It earned Bieber his first US Billboard Hot 100 Number One with his What Do You Mean track.
According to news.com.au, Bieber’s setlist for the Purpose Tour in Australia draws heavily from his latest album. The Purpose album includes his hit songs Sorry, What Do You Mean, I’ll Show You and Love Yourself. Moreover, Biebers’s collaborations with Skrillex and Diplo, Major Lazer and DJ Snake will also be heard in the tour. His old-time favorite hits Boyfriend, Baby and As Long As You Love Me will always be in Bieber’s setlist.
According to Huffington Post Australia, pre-sale tickets will be available starting on October 10. General tickets, on the other hand, will be released on October 12. Fans have two VIP packages to choose from. However, both do not include meet-and-greet with the pop star. Tickets cost between $85 and $185.
Justin Bieber Purpose Tour dates in Australia
- Pert (NIB Stadium) – March 6, 2017
- Melbourne (Etihad Stadium) – March 10, 2017
- Brisbane (Suncorp Stadium) -March 13, 2017
- Sydney (ANZ Stadium) – March 15, 2017
- Auckland, New Zealand (Mt Smart Stadium) – March 18, 2017
Bieber is not the only one coming to Australia in summer 2017. Guns N’ Roses, Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen have already announced their tour dates in the Down Under. Meanwhile, Beyonce fans are still hoping that she will also announce Formation tour dates in Australia soon.