Justin Bieber hits the road for North American Tour

In support of his fourth studio album ‘Believe,’ pop star Justin Bieber has announced plans to hit the road for a North American Tour that kicks off September 29th at the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Arizona and ends January 26th at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

Presented by AEG Live and featuring Carly Rae Jepsen as special guest through January, the tour will see Bieber Fever hitting more than 45 cities. ‘Believe’ arrives June 19th release of his fourth studio album.
Justin Bieber’s Fan Club Presale will begin at Noon local time on Wednesday, May 23rd. Log into BieberFever.com or join now with a Quarterly or Yearly Membership Package in order to get first access to tickets for the North American Tour! Through joining BieberFever.com, fans will receive a pre-sale access code which allows the purchase of up to 4 tickets for up to 4 shows on the tour plus some exclusive Bieber merchandise. For more information, go to www.bieberfever.com

American Express will offer a pre-sale to U.S. residents May 24th through May 31st and Canadian residents May 24th through May 30th.    General public on-sales will follow on June 1st for Canadian residents and June 2nd for U.S. residents. A number of VIP packages will also be offered on the upcoming tour.  In addition to great seats, VIP packages can include Meet & Greets and photo opportunities with Justin Bieber, autographed memorabilia, exclusive VIP merchandise and much more!  For more information on VIP packages, please visit www.aeglive.com.

Additionally, $1.00 from each ticket will be donated to Pencils of Promise, a charity which works to build schools and increase educational opportunities in the developing world.  The goal is to build 15 schools around the world for needy children. Details at www.pencilsofpromise.com

As part of the “Believe” Tour, U.S. and Canadian residents ordering tickets online will have the opportunity to pre-order a digital copy of Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ album with every ticket purchased. 
The album’s first single, “Boyfriend,” hit #1 at iTunes the second it was released, and set a world-record for debuting #1 on iTunes in 32 countries.  The “Boyfriend” video has shattered all YouTube records since its MTV premiere (on May 3rd). The clip generated 8 million views in its first 24 hours, and has garnered over 44 million views to date.

The album was executive produced by Scott “Scooter” Braun and Usher Raymond IV, and track producers include Max Martin, Mike Posner, MdL, Diplo, Hit-Boy, The Messengers, Zedd, Rodney Jerkins, and Justin’s vocal producer, Kuk Harrell. The album features guest appearances by Ludacris, Nicki Minaj, Drake, and Big Sean.

Tour dates include:

Sep 29   Glendale, AZ               Jobing.com Arena               
Sep 30   Las Vegas, NV            MGM Grand                         
Oct 2    Los Angeles, CA         STAPLES Center                  
Oct 3    Los Angeles, CA         STAPLES Center                 
Oct 5    Fresno, CA                  Save Mart Center              
Oct 6    Oakland, CA               The Oracle Arena                
Oct 8    Portland, OR               Rose Garden                    
Oct 9    Tacoma, WA               Tacoma Dome                      
Oct 12   Calgary, AB                Scotiabank Saddledome       
Oct 15   Edmonton, AB            Rexall Place                       
Oct 16   Saskatoon, SK            Credit Union Centre               
Oct 18   Winnipeg, MB             MTS Centre                        
Oct 20   Minneapolis, MN         Target Center                      
Oct 21   Milwaukee WI             BMO Harris Bradley Center  
Oct 23   Rosemont, IL              Allstate Arena                   
Oct 24   Rosemont, IL              Allstate Arena             
Oct 26   Kansas City, MO        Sprint Center                       
Oct 27   St. Louis, MO              Scottrade Center                
Oct 29   Dallas, TX                   American Airlines Center      
Oct 30   Houston, TX                Toyota Center                   
Nov 1    Memphis, TN              FedExForum                        
Nov 2    Louisville, KY              KFC Yum! Center                
Nov 4    Philadelphia, PA          Wells Fargo Center               
Nov 5    Washington DC           Verizon Center                     
Nov 9    East Rutherford, NJ    IZOD Center                         
Nov 10   Boston, MA                 TD GARDEN            
Nov 12   Brooklyn, NY              Barclays Center       
Nov 20   Pittsburgh, PA             CONSOL Energy Center 
Nov 21   Auburn Hills, MI          The Palace of Auburn Hills    
Nov 23   Kanata, ON                 Scotiabank Place     
Nov 26   Montreal, QC              Bell Centre           
Nov 28   New York, NY             Madison Square Garden  
Dec 1    Toronto, ON                Rogers Centre                   
Jan 5    Salt Lake City, UT      EnergySolutions Arena          
Jan 7    Denver, CO                Pepsi Center                    
Jan 9    Tulsa, OK                    BOK Center                   
Jan 10   N. Little Rock, AR       Verizon Arena                     
Jan 12   San Antonio, TX          AT&T Center                       
Jan 15   New Orleans, LA        New Orleans Arena               
Jan 16   Birmingham, AL          BJCC Arena                         
Jan 18   Nashville, TN              Bridgestone Arena               
Jan 19   Greensboro, NC         Greensboro Coliseum            
Jan 22   Charlotte, NC              Time Warner Cable Arena     
Jan 23   Atlanta, GA                 Philips Arena                  
Jan 25   Orlando, FL                 Amway Center                   
Jan 26   Miami, FL                    American Airlines Arena

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