Additional tickets have been released for Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour on October 25, 2022 at the National Stadium.
Justin Bieber’s much-anticipated Justice World Tour is coming to the National Stadium on October 25, 2022.
Kicking off on October 22, Bieber will hit Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. The entire world tour spans more than 100 dates across 5 continents throughout 2022 and 2023 in North America, South America, Europe, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Asia and the Middle East. This is Justin's first world tour since the Purpose World Tour, which drew 2.7 million people in 2016-2017.
“AEG is thrilled to bring Justin Bieber’s Justice Tour to Asia, and it heralds the return of Stadium Music to Singapore following a most difficult two years. The tour has broken box office records throughout Asia and we have been overwhelmed by the demand from Justin’s fans throughout the region,” said Adam Wilkes, President & CEO of AEG Asia Pacific.
“We’ve been working hard to create the best show we’ve ever done, and we can’t wait to share it with fans around the world. I’ll see you soon,” said Bieber.
The ‘Justice World Tour’ is named after Justin’s latest smash hit album ‘Justice’. Released in April 2021, it debuted as the most streamed album in 117 countries. The album and its tracks have taken the already global pop phenomenon to new heights.
‘Justice' has amassed nearly 9 billion streams worldwide, arriving on the back of huge international hits ‘Anyone’, ‘Lonely’ and ‘Holy’, which had already gathered 2 billion streams prior to the album’s release. Another breakout smash hit from the album immediately followed, with ‘Peaches’ racking up over 2.5 billion streams so far. The Kid LAROI duet ‘Stay’, was released in July 2021 and became the fastest song ever to hit 1 billion streams on Spotify.
Recently named Artist Of The Year at the MTV Video Music Awards and nominated for a field-leading 8 MTV EMA Awards, Bieber remains the Number 1 artist on both YouTube and Spotify worldwide, cementing his place as one of the biggest pop stars of the 21st century.
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