Justin Bieber Releases 2021 Tour Dates
On July 23, Justin Bieber announced that he plans to start his postponed tour across the United States on June 2, 2021.
On February 14, 2020, the 26-year-old musician released his newest album, Changes. Soon after, he was planning to go on tour. However, with the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, his North American tour had to be canceled and postponed. His originally planned guests, Jaden Smith, and Kehlani will not accompany Bieber in his 2021 tour, and the new guest artists are yet to be announced.
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The new show tickets will go on sale to the general public on August 6 at 10 am local time, and all tickets for canceled shows will be refunded. The tickets for the concerts, which will still occur at the planned initially locations, will be honored. All ticket holders will also be notified with the latest updates and various options to cancel the ticket and receive a refund.
The countdown to @JustinBieber starts now
See you in 2021 with our reserved tickets to his World Tour! https://t.co/afN3ZS4SrY
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) July 23, 2020
Bieber’s tour will start on June 2, 2021, at California’s San Diego Pechanga Arena. It will take place in 45 American states, including New York, Massachusetts, Florida, and New Jersey, to name a few. The tour will also visit Canada and its cities of Ottawa, Toronto, and Montreal. Some people were unhappy to see that despite Bieber’s efforts to make the tour encompassing all countries, it is limited to only Canada and the United States.
world tour ? more like America ? Europe misses you pic.twitter.com/amVevaPz4k
— (@greta_gos) July 23, 2020
Justin Bieber’s fans were ecstatic about his recent tour announcement, and some consider seeing Bieber perform in person to be one of their biggest dreams. We are excited to see Justin Bieber start performing again and sincerely hope that in 2021, many artists will be able to resume their tours again.