The FIRST Photos Of Justin Bieber’s AUSSIE Tour Are Here!
His fans have been awaiting his arrival with much anticipation, but Justin Bieber has finally landed in Australia, touching down in Perth on Sunday May 5 2017.
The 23-year-old singer took to the stage at Perth’s NIB stadium on March 6 for his first Australian concert of his Purpose World Tour - and he looked GOOD!
The stage was set for quite the performance, and in true Bieber-style, he delivered quite the show, blowing the audience of adoring fans away with performances of ‘What Do You Mean’, ‘Sorry’, ‘Let Me Love You’, ‘Love Yourself’ and ‘Where Are U Now?’ Aussie band Sheppard will opened for Justin’s Australian shows.
The band managed to secure the coveted gig thanks to their shared US manager in Scott Samuel ‘Scooter’ Braun, who was instrumental to the arrangement.
Adding to the hype, Justin was in Perth and will be joined at all shows by Dutch DJ, record producer and musician Martin Garrix.
Now, Justin will travel to Melbourne and Brisbane to perform shows, before finishing his Australian tour in Sydney at ANZ stadium on March 15 to an expected audience of over 80,000.
The Biebs will then head over to New Zealand to perform in Auckland on 18 March.
The shows will be Justin’s first Australian and New Zealand shows since 2013’s acclaimed Believe Tour and his first ever stadium performance in our country.
Justin has had more than 100 shows on the tour, has sold close to a million tickets globally, and his Purpose album debuted at #1 in over 100 countries and has sold over 8 million copies worldwide, so we can expect big things from the performance, no doubt.
In fact, Rolling Stone said: “The concert was sublime vocally, visually and musically”, and Entertainment Weekly agreed, reviewing the concert with equal praise, saying: “…a concert that shows, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Bieber is back.”
Bring it on, Baby!
Australian and New Zealand Tour Dates:
Monday 6 March – nib Stadium, Perth WA
Friday 10 March – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne VIC
Monday 13 March – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane QLD
Wednesday 15 March – ANZ Stadium, Sydney NSW
Saturday 18 March – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland NZ