He’s been on our Asia Tour watchlist. He’s one of the most anticipated acts of 2017. Now Justin Bieber is finally coming back to Southeast Asia.

On June 28 giant promoter MMI Live together with AEG Presents announced the Biebs is coming back to the Philippines on Saturday, September 30 at Philippine Arena in Bulacan, seven years after his My World Tour concert.

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The shows are part of the Canadian’s singer Purpose World Tour, his biggest tour to date. It began in Seattle in March 2016 and has already spanned over 150 dates, including two in Japan and three in Central Asia. It looks set to conclude in our part of the world and fans can rest assured that Manila (Bulacan) won’t be the only stop. Updates will be added to this article.

For now, Manila tickets will be available on July 9 via SM Tickets and outlets nationwide, going at PHP1,575 / 3,150 / 4,200 / 5,250 / 8,400 / 10,500 / 12,600 / 15,750. The Bkstg pre-sale is on July 6 from 10am-11.59pm local time.

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A YouTube star made good, Justin Bieber rose to fame with teenybopper hits “One Time” and “One Less Lonely Girl”. His 2010 single “Baby” featuring Ludacris became a worldwide phenomenon.

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With 2012’s Believe, featuring “Boyfriend” and “Beauty and The Beat”, Bieber made a musical departure from his previous sound, incorporating elements of dance and R&B. The singer transitioned into electronic dance by collaborating with Jack Ü in “Where Are Ü Now” before launching his biggest return with 2015’s Purpose, breaking charts and world records with singles like “What Do You Mean?” and “Sorry”.

Justin Bieber is featured in the English-Spanish remix version Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s megahit “Despacito”. As of July 2017, the song has become the most streamed song of all time.


Update (Jul 7): Singapore date has been added! Justin Bieber will be performing at National Stadium on Saturday, October 7. See details below.

October 7 – Singapore, National Stadium
Tickets: SGD148 / 188 / 228 / 258 / 298 / 708 (VIP 3) / 958 (VIP 2) / 1,898 (VIP 1) via Sports Hub Tix, Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office, SingPost outlets and hotline 3158 7888 starting July 22.
Pre-sale: Bkstg pre-sale is on July 17, 10am. AMEX pre-sale is on July 18, 10am, and StarHub pre-sale is on July 21, 10am.

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