Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour will come to Delhi

American singer Justin Bieber has announced a performance in India as part of his ongoing Justice world tour. The concert will be held in New Delhi on October 18th, 2022 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JLN Stadium).

The concert in India, which is being promoted by BookMyShow and AEG Presents Asia, is now live for registrations. Tickets for the show in New Delhi, will go on sale from June 4, 2022, however a pre-sale window opens two days earlier on June 2. Tickets are priced at Rs 4,000 onwards. This is the first international big-ticket live performance in the country since the pandemic affected live events.

“As we raise the curtains for large-scale premium global acts in India once again, we are thrilled to bring one of the most coveted and iconic global music artists Justin Bieber to India,” said Kunal Khambhati, Head – Live Events & IP, BookMyShow to Music Plus. “BookMyShow has spearheaded the growth and evolution of the live entertainment ecosystem in India in the past few years and with the pandemic blip now behind us, we can’t wait to lead the road to recovery what with the first international act of 2022. It cannot get bigger than the Justin Bieber Justice World Tour – India which makes a landing in the capital city – New Delhi, marking the first-of-its-kind spectacle to unfold right in the heart of the country. You’ll be going ‘Peaches’ over this one!”

The Justice World Tour will travel to 30 countries – playing more than 125 shows – from May 2022 through March 2023. Promoted by AEG Presents worldwide, this tour is Bieber’s first global outing since the 2016-2017’s ‘Purpose World Tour’ that brought him to India for the first time. His debut Indian concert at Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium gathered approximately 45,000 attendees.

The upcoming tour will promote Bieber’s eighth #1 album ‘Justice’ that has sold over eight million copies globally, amassing 12 billion global streams, and was nominated for eight Grammys, including Album Of The Year. The album has reportedly witnessed 100 billion career streams and over 75 million global sales.

Register here to buy tickets to Justin Bieber’s concert in Delhi

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