Justin Bieber to come to Dubai in October for his ‘Justice World Tour’

Justin Bieber has disclosed his final international dates for his record-breaking music tour, and he is all set to bring his 'Justice World Tour' in Dubai, UAE, on October 8 at the Coca-Cola Arena. 

Justin Bieber has disclosed his final international dates for his record-breaking music tour, and he is all set to bring his ‘Justice World Tour’ in Dubai, UAE, on October 8 at the Coca-Cola Arena. 

More than 1.3 million tickets have been sold so far, and the tour will travel to over 30 nations, playing over 125 shows from May 2022 to March 2023 and the United Arab Emirates happens to be one of his stops, between South Africa and Israel. 


Bieber has earlier also performed in Dubai in 2017 and 2013, and once in 2018, he also visited the country. 

The owner of T.O.P Entertainment, Thomas Ovesen, who is bringing Justin Bieber to Dubai, states, “Having Justin back for his third visit and fourth performance in the city is thrilling, both for his fans and for me.”

Fans will be able to register for the exclusive Visa pre-sale on the website of Coca-Cola Arena. Pre-sale will be initiated from 10 am on May 26, and all fans who have already registered on the site will be getting pre-sale links to buy the tickets. After 24 hours of pre-sale, the general sale will start 24 hours later on May 27, around 10 am UAE time. 

The tour will start this month from Mexico and will close out the year in Asia, Australia and New Zealand before travelling to the UK and Europe at the start of 2023. 

The 28-year-old had recently teamed up with director Cole Bennett for his new single and the video for ‘Honest,’ featuring Don Toliver.

The eighth album of Beiber ‘Justice’ has sold more than eight million copies all over the world, has over 12 billion global streams and was also selected for eight Grammys, including Album of the Year.


The Justice World Tour, promoted by AEG Presents, is Justin’s first multinational tour since 2016/2017’s ‘Purpose World Tour’.


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