Justin Bieber’s Comeback: Will Ticket Demand Make ‘Purpose’ His Most Successful Tour Yet?
Justin Bieber’s album release and the major North American tour isn’t being publically announced. If it feels like the pop star is everywhere these days, it’s actually he is.
This summer, Bieber’s Skrillex/Diplo collaboration, “Where Are U Now,” earned the star respect after it piqued interest in listeners across the genre spectrum. Shortly thereafter, Bieber’s solo release of “What Do You Mean?” quickly debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making him the youngest male to claim that accolade. Recently Bieber performed his hit “sorry” live on TV for the first time for a week residency on Ellen, and the Biebs continued to garner laughs this week after appearing for a second time on an episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden for his “Carpool Karaoke” segment.
Tickets to see Bieber on his “purpose” tour will go on sale to public starting from Friday, Nov 20th at 12 pm via Ticketmaster.currently, tickets from the pre-sale have already hit the secondary market, and Bieber ticket is averaging $276 across all of his scheduled 58 dates in North America.
The tour will start on Mar 9th in Seattle and continue until July 18th at New york’s iconic Madison Square Garden.Bieber is planned to play his most expensive show at The Scotiabank Saddledome in Alberta, Canada, and the tickets for this show is averaging from $393 with the cheapest ticket available for$ 114. His March 20 stop in Los Angeles at The Staples Center isn’t too far behind that number, as tickets in L.A. are averaging $352 with a get-in of $92. His final night of the tour at Madison Garden is similarly competitive, averaging $338 with a get-in of $95 on the resale ticket market.