If you're a Belieber, it's probably safe to say that you're counting down the days until Justin Bieber's massive Purpose World Tour kicks off. It's been three years since the 21-year-old pop star has toured the globe on his Believe Tour, and the singer's return to the spotlight suggests that his upcoming run may be his biggest yet. The tour will launch on March 9 at The KeyArena in Seattle and will run throughout North America until July 19. Tickets for Justin Bieber are crazy expensive for the majority of his scheduled performances but one lucky fan can win a pair of seats with Music Times' exclusive contest.
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As it stands, Bieber's priciest performance is scheduled to be his April 10 stop at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, where tickets are averaging $801 on the resale market, with the cheapest ticket available for a pricey $278. Not far behind that stop is Biebs' April 9 stop in Houston at The Toyota Center, where tickets are averaging $674, with the cheapest ticket available for $253. The Purpose World Tour will swing into Baltimore, Maryland for a show at the Royal Farms Arena on July 7, and tickets for that date are on track to be the singer's cheapest. Currently, the average ticket for that night is going for $229, with a get-in price listed for $88, according to data provided by TiqIQ. Fans looking to travel to the show can find cheap hotels through Hipmunk.com, where lodging in Baltimore starts for as low as $41 per night.
Despite the high price point for many of the upcoming Justin Bieber dates, the money is expected to be well worth it, as details from his planned performance have emerged. The concert is expected to begin with an "intense visual display" in the form of a short film clip that will depict Bieber falling down from the sky through a storm, serving as a metaphor for his mistakes over the past few years. In the clip, Bieber is expected to ascend toward the sky, symbolizing his return to clarity and success, and then the singer will make his grand entrance onstage.
If you weren't able to grab tickets when they went on sale, tickets for The Purpose World Tour are going to cost you quite a bit...unless you get lucky. MusicTimes is teaming up with ticket aggregator TiqIQ to help one lucky fan get to see The Biebs for free!
To win your pair of tickets, follow Music Times on Twitter and apply through the submission form found at www.musictimes.com/contest OR click on icon for the "Monthly Ticket Giveaway" on the Music Times homepage. The contest will end on February 14 and the winner will announced shortly thereafter. Good luck!