To all the South African Beliebers, the wait is over! Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour will land in the FNB stadium on May 14 th and the Cape Town stadium on May 17 th, 2017 just two weeks from now.
Beliebers across the nation have been waiting with anticipation for the Purpose World Tour since the news broke out in early December last year. These will be Bieber’s first South African shows since 2013’s acclaimed Believe Tour. The South African leg of the Purpose World Tour will kick off at the FNB Stadium on Sunday 14 May before making its way to the Cape Town stadium on Wednesday 17 May.
The Purpose World Tour has already wowed fans and critics alike across the United States, Canada and Japan and Europe before landing in South Africa next May. Having already made more than a 100 huge shows on the Purpose tour and close to a million ticket sales globally, there is no doubt that Justin Bieber is flying high with this tour.
Already with 3.1 million sales worldwide for his album ‘Purpose,’ Justin Bieber’s current global tour has smashed box office records. The hit singles including ‘What Do you Mean’, ‘Sorry’, ‘Love Yourself’ all ranked at number one on the Billboard Top 200 making Bieber the first male artist in almost a decade to have three number ones from an album.
Counting pre-orders alone, Bieber’s album skyrocketed to number 1 on the iTunes Top Album chart in over 90 countries worldwide. In the past year, Bieber has broken and set new records, he has had an impressive set of eight record titles written in the Guinness World Records 2017
Edition book dominating everything from audio streaming to YouTube subscribers to chart domination. Adding to the hype, Dutch DJ, record producer and musician Martin Garrix will be performing alongside Bieber. Garrix has since arriving onto the entertainment scene with the track ‘Animals’, wowed many and created his own set of fans. Garrix’s unmistakable supercharged riffs and powerhouse production have seen him become a fixture at the top of the charts.
In high-demand across the globe, Garrix’s status as a DJ couldn’t get much bigger with packed-out performances at Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, Amsterdam Music Festival and Electric Daisy Carnival under his belt. Alongside all the favorites, audiences at these shows will be among the first to hear Garrix’s latest track ‘In The Name Of Love’ (ft. Bebe Rexha) live, a sublime slice of dance/pop.
Justin Bieber’s previous South African Tour in May 2013 was performed to sold-out stadiums. More than 50 000 tickets for the Cape Town leg of his Believe tour were sold in less than an hour. There’s no doubt about it, tickets to the South African leg of Bieber’s Purpose World Tourare hot property. With no further dates to be added, beliebers best act quick for the chance to witness this international superstar at the top of his game – don’t miss out!