Posted by Julie Day on December 14, 2015
Justin Bieber to perform in Spain 2016

Possibly the biggest music artist in the whole world at this moment in time – Justin Bieber – has announced dates for his next world tour, which features two concerts in Spain in 2016.

However, Beliebers will have to wait until almost the end of the year, as the Canadian pop sensation won’t be performing in this country until 22 and 23 of November.

Bieber’s international Purpose World Tour will include a total of 64 dates in North America followed by more than 30 concerts in Europe.

The venues chosen for this country are the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on 22 November and the Barclaycard Centre in Madrid the following night.

The ‘Sorry’ singer will be promoting his new album Purpose, which was released last month, and showcasing his fresh grown-up music and sound. The album includes his massive hits What Do You Mean?, Sorry and his latest single Love Yourself, which was co-written with Ed Sheeran.

According to his record company in Spain – Universal Music Spain – tickets for Bieber’s Purpose World Tour concerts will go on sale this coming 17 December at 10 a.m.

Those that want to buy tickets will only be allowed to purchase a maximum of six per person.

Tickets can be acquired this Thursday from and from Friday at all other usual outlets including Fnac, Viajes Carrefour, Halcon Viajes and by telephone: 902 150 025.

As well as Madrid and Barcelona, Bieber will be performing in other European cities such as Berlin and London.

Other tour dates include:

Oct 11: The O2, London

Oct 12: The O2, London

Oct 17: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

Oct 18: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

Oct 20: Manchester Arena, Manchester

Oct 21: Manchester Arena, Manchester

Oct 26: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield

Oct 27: The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Nov 01: Dublin 3 Arena, Ireland




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