Beliebers have one thing to help get them through the rest of the year and hopefully, the pandemic.
Justin Bieber has officially announced his rescheduled World Tour dates. The tour is expected to kick off in San Diego on June 2, 2021.
Bieber’s tour, like many entertainment events, was postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. His original tour was supposed to launch in April 2020 and last approximately three months.
The 2021 tour called Justin Bieber World Tour includes 45- tour dates and 19 new arenas that were not a part of the original tour. Unfortunately, Kehlani and Jaden Smith were supposed to appear on the original world tour but will not appear on the new tour dates. Which means fans can expect Bieber to sing his classic song “Never Say Never" featuring Jaden Smith from the 2010 remake of the Karate Kid all by himself, if at all.
Tickets for new shows will go on sale August 6 and tickets for rescheduled shows will be honored according to the official tour website.
Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, implied that a new album might be accompanying this new tour in a tweet on Thursday.
Bieber’s most recent album “Changes” was released earlier this year (2020) and is the main album fans can expect to hear music from during the tour. “Changes” was his first studio album since his 2015 album “Purpose”.