During his ongoing “Justice World Tour,” Justin will also play five dates in Germany. Since May 2022 and until March 2023 Bieber is touring through five continents, visiting more than 20 countries and playing more than 90 concerts. The international tour started in Mexico in May 2022 and continued to festivals in Scandinavia. The journey continued in September and October to South America, South Africa and the Middle East. This was followed by Australia and New Zealand in November and December, before the tour now concludes in Europe in early 2023. The “Justice World Tour,” promoted by AEG Presents, is the first major tour since the 2016/17 “Purpose World Tour,” which saw 2.7 million fans cheer on their star. At the grand finale at London’s British Summer Time Hyde Park Festival alone, 65,000 spectators*were thrilled by a performance that The Times described as “spellbinding.” “We’ve been working hard on the best show we’ve created yet. We can’t wait to share it with you around the world. See you soon!” said Bieber. The “Justice World Tour” is named after the album “Justice.” It rose to the top of the most streamed records in 117 countries at once and carried the global pop phenomenon Bieber to new heights, in no small part because of the advance singles “Anyone,” “Lonely” and “Holy.” In his unprecedented career, which began at age 13, Bieber has released six studio albums and sold 70 million copies. He holds 32 Guinness world records. To date, he has won 21 Billboard Music Awards, 2 BRIT Awards, 18 American Music Awards and 21 MTV Europe Music Awards, among others. Last year, he broke Elvis Presley’s record and has since become the youngest solo artist to top the Billboard 200 chart with eight albums.
On 09.03.2023 Justin Bieber will play his last concert in Germany at the Olympiahalle in Munich, starting at 19:30.