Justin Bieber announced dates of his Purpose World Tour

Justin Bieber

With a #1 album in over 100 countries, back-to-back worldwide smash hit singles, and a 64-city North American tour that has sold out dates across the U.S. and Canada, global superstar Justin Bieber has announced the international dates of his ‘Purpose World Tour’ beginning September 14, 2016 in Berlin.

Fans will be able to see Bieber’s dynamic live show on the 30+ date tour, promoted by AEG Live’s Concerts West, which will travel through arenas across Europe including England, France, Germany, Spain, much of Scandinavia and more.

The hype around Bieber’s new music has hit an all-time high and shows no signs of slowing down. With a global #1 album release in over 100 countries and consecutive #1 singles, the album is shattering records worldwide including a record for having 17 songs in the Hot 100 in one week (beating The Beatles and Drake) and a new Spotify record for global streaming with over 200 million album streams first week.

Justin Bieber – Purpose World Tour 2016 Dates:

Date

City/Country

Venue

September 14, 2016

Berlin, Germany

Mercedes-Benz Arena

September 16, 2016

Munich, Germany

Olympiahalle

September 18, 2016

Cologne, Germany

Lanxess Arena

September 20, 2016

Paris, France

Accorhotels Arena

September 23, 2016

Oslo, Norway

Telenor Arena

September 26, 2016

Helsinki, Finland

Hartwall Arena

September 29, 2016

Stockholm, Sweden

Tele2 Arena

October 2, 2016

Copenhagen, Denmark

Telia Parken

October 5, 2016

Antwerp, Belgium

Sportspalais

October 6, 2016

Antwerp, Belgium

Sportspalais

October 8, 2016

Arnhem, Netherlands

GelreDome

October 11, 2016

London, England

The O2

October 12, 2016

London, England

The O2

October 17, 2016

Birmingham, England

Barclaycard Arena

October 18, 2016

Birmingham, England

Barclaycard Arena

October 20, 2016

Manchester, England

Manchester Arena

October 21, 2016

Manchester, England

Manchester Arena

October 26, 2016

Sheffield, England

Sheffield Arena

October 27, 2016

Glasgow, Scotland

SSE Hydro

November 1, 2016

Dublin, Ireland

3Arena

November 8, 2016

Vienna, Austria

Wiener Stadthalle

November 11, 2016

Kraków, Poland

Tauron Arena

November 12, 2016

Prague, Czech Republic

O2 Arena

November 14, 2016

Hamburg, Germany

Barclaycard Arena

November 16, 2016

Frankfurt, Germany

Festhalle

November 17, 2016

Zurich, Switzerland

Hallenstadion

November 19, 2016

Bologna, Italy

Unipol Arena

November 20, 2016

Bologna, Italy

Unipol Arena

November 22, 2016

Barcelona, Spain

Palau Sant Jordi

November 23, 2016

Madrid, Spain

Barclaycard Center

November 25, 2016

Lisbon, Portugal

MEO Arena