The concert schedule for 2021 is beginning to fill up. Tickets for sale this week and early next year are titled Justin Bieber’s World Tour. Last week, it was announced that it will be scaled down and remodeled. The tour will be moving from stadiums to arenas in many cities.
There are 18 dates available for purchase this week. Including two shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and two shows at Madison Square Garden in New York. In addition to Justin Bieber, other highlights of the week include the Haim trio’s UK date at O2 in London, Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham and Cardiff, and SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Performances closer to this summer include Christopher Jackson’s streaming performance. You’ll be able to see Hamilton and Highland Fame and Chris Young in Sioux Falls, Idaho in October.
This tour is to support his fifth and sixth studio albums Changes (2020) and Justice (2021). The tour was originally scheduled to begin at CenturyLink Stadium in Seattle on May 14, 2020. And to end on September 26, 2020, at Metropolitan Life Stadium in New Jersey. Unfortunately, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the tour had to be postponed twice. And supporting roles Jaden Smith and Kelani had to be replaced. Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour is now scheduled to begin on February 18, 2022, at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego.
Bieber in the Garden
The upcoming concert at Madison Square Garden is one of the highly anticipated events after the quarantine. They will be held from June 13th to 14th. Most large vendors have already begun selling tickets, and the venues are almost sold out a year in advance. The price range is huge! Price ranges from $65 to $1,237. However, please keep in mind that Madison Square Garden is very large and you can find beautiful non-expensive seats, and you can enjoy the beautiful view of the stage. The high prices of others do not guarantee the best experience.