Justin Bieber has declared new dates for his ‘Equity World Tour’.
The ‘Yummy’ hitmaker will visit five mainlands, venturing out to more than 20 nations and playing in excess of 90 dates between May 2022 and March 2023.
Justin will play in the UK from February 8-26 2023 with shows in Glasgow, Aberdeen, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield.
The new dates come after the as of late declared 52-date North American visit one year from now, which will start off in San Diego on February 18.
The ‘Equity World Tour’ will stamp the ‘Sorry’ artist’s first worldwide trip beginning around 2017 and vows to be a festival for the star’s fans after the shows were at first sidelined due to the Covid pandemic.
The visit is named after Justin’s most recent raving success collection ‘Equity’, which was delivered in March and appeared as the most-streamed record in 117 nations and brought forth hits, for example, ‘Anybody’ and ‘Peaches’.
Bieber’s two part harmony with The Kid LAROI, ‘Stay’, was delivered in July and turned into the quickest tune at any point to hit a billion streams on Spotify.
The pop star live-streamed his first full exhibition for quite a long time in Los Angeles on New Year’s Eve 2020 and communicated his desire to reconnect with his fans all throughout the planet.
Justin said: “We’ve been striving to make the best show we’ve at any point done, and we can hardly wait to impart it to fans all throughout the planet. I’ll see you soon.”
Tickets will go on broad deal from Friday (19.11.21) with more demonstrates to be declared in Asia and the Middle East soon.
Justin Bieber’s ‘Equity World Tour’ Worldwide Dates:
May 22 Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio de Bisbol Monterrey
May 23 Guadalajara, Mexico – Estadio 3 de Marzo
May 25 Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol
August 3 Skanderborg, Denmark – Smukfest
August 5 Malmo, Sweden – Bigslap Xl
August 7 Trondheim, Norway – Trondheim Summertime
August 9 Helsinki, Finland – Kaisaniemen Park
September 4 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Rock In Rio
September 7 Santiago, Chile – Estadio Nacional
September 10 Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio nico de La Plata
September 28 Cape Town, South Africa – Cape Town Stadium
October 1 Johannesburg, South Africa – Johannesburg FNB Stadium
October 13 Tel Aviv, Israel – HaYarkon Park
November 22 Perth, Australia – HBF Park
November 26 Melbourne, Australia – Marvel Stadium
November 30 Sydney, Australia – Sydney Football Stadium
December 3 Brisbane, Australia – Suncorp Stadium
December 7 Auckland, New Zealand – Mt Smart Stadium
January 13 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
January 16 Hamburg, Germany – Barclays Arena
January 18 Zrich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
January 21 Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena
January 23 Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center
January 25 Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi
January 27 and 28 Bologna, Italy – Unipol Arena
January 31 Cologne, Germany – LANXESS Arena
February 2 Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
February 4 Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena
February 8 Glasgow, UK – OVO Hydro
February 11 Aberdeen, UK – P&J Live
February 13 and 14 London, UK – The O2
February 22 Birmingham, UK – Resorts World Arena
February 25 Manchester, UK – AO Arena
February 26 Sheffield, UK Utilita Arena
Walk 6 Paris, France – Accor Arena
Walk 9 Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle
Walk 11 Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena
Walk 12 Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena
Walk 15 Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena
Walk 17 and 18 Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
Walk 20 Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis
Walk 24 Vienna, Austria Wiener Stadthalle
Walk 25 Krakow, Poland – TAURON Arena