Justin Bieber Expands Purpose World Tour with Massive Stadium Dates; Get Tickets While You Can
Although Justin Bieber has a massive world tour underway, that did not stop him from adding several stadium stops to his route. The Purpose World Tour, which kicked off back in March, will now be running for one month longer, before wrapping up on Sept. 6.
The newly-added dates include stadiums across the U.S. in major cities like New York and Los Angeles. This will officially bring his route to a total of eight legs across the world, and the final number of shows will come to well over 140. Tickets to see Justin Bieber remain in high demand across the map, with tickets currently averaging $238 on the secondary market.
On Aug. 5, the "Sorry" singer will kick off this short trek of dates at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California. Tickets for this stop are averaging $202, with the cheapest ticket coming in at $66. Bieber will stay for two nights at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where tickets can be found for as high as $414 and as low as $59, between both of his shows on August 23 and 24.
He will finish up in the States with one show at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Aug. 29, where tickets are registering averages around $272, before heading to Canada for his final two shows. Bieber is closing out his mammoth tour with a pair of performances at Rogers Centre in Toronto on September 5 and 6. Tickets here are currently averaging $173 for both shows.
Proceeds from each ticket sold across Justin Bieber's tour will be donated to Pencils of Promise, an organization close to the singer's heart. Pencils of Promise works to builds schools, train teachers, and fund scholarships for children.
Bieber took a short break from his Purpose World Tour to appear at this year's Jingle Ball in both Los Angeles on Dec. 2, and in New York City on December 9, sharing the stage with artists like Bruno Mars, Britney Spears, Meghan Trainor, Fifth Harmony and more. The 22-year-old singer has been touring in support of his most recent record, Purpose, which released in November of 2015.