Justin Bieber Tour 2021

Justin Bieber Tour 2021:Justin Bieber concert tickets are on sale. You can find the list of Justin Bieber 2020 tour dates on this site.

Justin Bieber is a notoriously popular teen pop and R&B singer-songwriter. Known for his devoted following, the Beliebers, and influential celebrity status, the teen idol has worked with the who’s who in pop culture, hailing from London, Ontario, Canada.

During elementary and high school, the young Canadian Justin Bieber learned to play the piano, guitar, drums and the trumpet. At age 12, after placing second in a local talent show singing Ne-Yo’s “So Sick”, Bieber’s mother, Mallette, began to upload the singer’s subsequent performances to YouTube. By mid-2007, marketing executive Scooter Braun had accidentally clicked on one of Bieber’s videos, which ultimately resulted in the young singer signing with Braun and R&B singer Usher’s Raymond Braun Media Group. Whilst still recording his debut full-length, the singer issued his first single “One Time” in July 2009. Reaching No. 12 on the Canadian Hot 100 and No. 17 on the Billboard Hot 100, the single catapulted Bieber to international success at the age of 15.

The EP “My World” followed in November 2009, spawning the singles “One Less Lonely Girl”, “Love Me”, and “Favorite Girl”. Following a host of high-profile TV appearances, the release was certified Platinum in the U.S., and double Platinum in Canada and the UK. Towards the tail-end of 2009 Justin Bieber performed Stevie Wonder’s “Someday at Christmas” at the White House for President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama.


Ahead of his debut full-length “My World 2.0”, Bieber released the smash hit single “Baby” featuring rapper Ludacris. Issued in March 2010, “My World 2.0” topped the U.S. Billboard 200 making Bieber the youngest person since Stevie Wonder to reach the top spot, and making him the first act since the Beatles to have a debut album reach No. 1. Spawning the singles “Never Let You Go”, “Eenie Meenie”, “Somebody to Love”, and “U Smile”, the album’s R&B style earned positive reviews from critics, and later a 2011 Grammy nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. The album’s success however was not limited to the U.S. and Canada, and Bieber embarked on his “My World Tour” after the release to reach his international fan base.

The album “My World Acoustic” arrived in October 2010, featuring several acoustic covers of previous songs, followed by the 3-D music biopic “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” in February 2011. The Christmas themed album “Under the Mistletoe” appeared in November 2011, once again topping the Billboard 200, and generating a significant buzz around his sophomore release.

Released in June 2012, Bieber’s second full-length album “Believe” marked a move away from his teen-pop audience towards a more dance and R&B orientated style. With production from Diplo, Darkchild and Max Martin, the album spawned the Top 10 hit singles “Boyfriend”, “Al Long as You Love Me” featuring Big Sean”, and “Beauty and a Beat” featuring Nikki Minaj. The album became the singer’s fourth No. 1 album and was followed once again by an acoustic album, entitled “Believe Acoustic”.

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