Is Justin Bieber coming to South Africa?

International pop star Justin Bieber will hit South African shores in Cape Town on 17 May 2017. The much-loved Canadian idol will be visiting South Africa for the second time. He will be performing live at the Cape Town Stadium on 17 May 2017 as part of his Purpose World Tour.

When was Justin Bieber’s Believe tour?

Sep 29, 2012 – Dec 8, 2013
Believe Tour/Date

How much did believe tour gross?

210 million USD ($233.31 million in 2020 dollars)
Believe Tour/Box office

How much does Justin Bieber tour cost?

Typically, Justin Bieber tickets can be found for as low as $145.00, with an average price of $230.00.

Who has Ariana Grande opened for?

Grande has served as an opening act for Justin Bieber on selected dates of his Believe Tour in 2013. In 2013 she embarked on her debut concert tour, The Listening Sessions, which only visited North America and grossed over $679,360.

How much money did Justin Bieber make for his My World Tour?

It is Bieber’s first concert tour which supports his two-part debut album My World and My World 2.0. The tour was officially announced on March 16, 2010, a week before My World 2.0 was released….Tour dates.

City Regina
Country Canada
Venue Brandt Centre
Tickets sold / Available 6,747 / 6,747 (100%)
Gross revenue $348,641

How much does Justin Bieber make on a world tour?

According to Pollstar, Purpose World Tour grossed $163.3 million and sold 1,761,642 tickets in 2016 and the 29 shows in 2017 grossed $93.7 million with 1,043,839 tickets sold….Purpose World Tour.

Attendance 2.8 million
Box office $256 million ($270.28 million in 2020 dollars)
Justin Bieber concert chronology

What did Justin Bieber do in Cape Town?

According to his YouTube channel the Instagram video includes (a somewhat bored) Justin pranking, giving a tour of his hotel – One&Only – in Cape Town, giving away his PlayStation username, and talking to friends Joe Termini, Scooter Braun & bodyguards on the 16th of May 2017.

When is Justin Bieber going to be on tour?

Bieber stated the tour would be the biggest show on Earth. Shows in the United Kingdom were reported in July 2012, with the tour expected to reach Asia, Oceania, South America, along with South Africa and the Middle East sometime in 2013.

How much money did Justin Bieber make on his Believe Tour?

The tour earned $40.2 million from 35 shows. For 2013, it ranked 5th on Pollstar’s “Top 100 Worldwide Tours—Mid Year”; earning $69.9 million from 67 shows. The tour was announced in May 2012, during Bieber’s appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

When did Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour end?

The Purpose World Tour was the third worldwide tour by Canadian singer Justin Bieber. It was in support of his fourth studio album Purpose (2015). The tour started on March 9, 2016 in Seattle and ended on July 2, 2017 in London. After that remaining of the shows were cancelled.