Justin Bieber tours in support of Purpose. See him in the likes of London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.
Please note: No under 16s are allowed in the standing area at Justin Bieber's Manchester Arena concerts.
Justin Bieber extends Purpose UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 17 December 2016
Justin Bieber has confirmed additional shows in Manchester, Birmingham and London as part of his Purpose UK and Ireland tour.
The What Do You Me? star will now perform for five nights at London’s The O2 arena on 11, 12, 14, 15 October and 28 November. The tour will head to Birmingham for two performances at the Barclaycard Arena on 17 and 18 October.
Manchester is next in line for the Justin Bieber treatment. He will play Manchester Arena on 20, 21 and 23 October before heading back to Birmingham for a gig at the Genting Arena on 24 October.
The Purpose tour will stop at Sheffield Arena on 26 October and Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro on 27, 29 and 30 October. November sees Justin Bieber head to Ireland for two concerts at Dublin’s 3Arena, before ending the tour in London.
Bieber’s tour supports his latest release Purpose, which includes the massive hits What Do You Mean? and Love Yourself.
Justin Bieber Purpose UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 11 December 2016
Justin Bieber is back. The Canadian heartthrob returns with his incredible new album, Purpose, and a huge UK tour during October and November 2016.
The tour will start at London’s The O2 arena with two concerts on 11 and 12 October. Justin Bieber will then take his huge hits to Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, Manchester Arena, Motorpoint Arena Sheffield, Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro and Dublin’s 3Arena.
Justin Bieber’s UK and Ireland tour dates are in support of Purpose, which includes the massive tracks What Do You Mean? and Love Yourself. Get your Justin Bieber tickets so you can hear tracks from Purpose live.
About Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber was discovered by his now manager Scooter Braun. Braun came across performances of Justin Bieber on YouTube in 2007 when Justin Bieber was just 13.
He was signed to Island Records in 2008 and pretty soon Justin Bieber’s career went on a meteoric rise. The teenager transformed into a global superstar.
His debut EP came in 2009. The collection, My World, was certified platinum in the US. Following its huge success Justin Bieber released his first full-length album, My World 2.0, the following year. The album contained the international hit Baby.
Justin Bieber first visited his UK fans while supporting Taylor Swift on her Fearless tour in 2009. He then embarked on his first major tour in 2010. The tour supported both My World and My World 2.0. The huge tour saw Justin Bieber play to sold-out audiences.
In 2013 the Canadian boy wonder returned to the UK to perform songs from his third studio album Believe. The album, released in 2012, debuted at No.1 in the US and UK. Singles Boyfriend, As Long As You Love Me and Beauty and a Beast were lifted from the collection.
Purpose was released in 2015 and narrowly missed out on No.1 in the UK to One Direction. The album saw Justin Bieber’s fan base grow with tracks like What Do You Mean? and Love Yourself attracting a widespread following.