Stop everything you’re doing: Justin Bieber is coming to Birmingham

He will be at the NEC on Wednesday 22 February 2023

Pop star Justin Bieber will be performing in Birmingham in 2023.

He is playing at the Resorts World Arena at the NEC.

This performance will form part of JUSTIN BIEBER, THE JUSTICE WORLD TOUR.

Presale tickets for Justin Bieber’s world tour have gone on sale, as several new tour dates have been revealed.

The JUSTICE WORLD TOUR, sharing its title with his latest album, will see Justin perform 90 shows between May 2022 and March 2023 across four continents.

The UK stage of the music tour includes shows in London, Manchester, Sheffield, Glasgow, Aberdeen, as well as at the NEC’s Resorts World Arena, around 10 miles east of Birmingham City Centre, on Wednesday 22 February, 2023.

This will be the first time the singer has toured since 2017, during his Purpose World Tour. Justin’s latest album, after which the tour is named, features hits including Peaches (feat. Daniel Caesar and Giveon) and Ghosts. The album debuted at number one in the US and number two in the UK, with 157 million streams.

“We’ve been working hard to create the best show we’ve ever done, and we can’t wait to share it with fans around the world. I’ll see you soon,” Bieber said in a statement.

The American Express presale for UK tickets (excluding London) started at 10am today, with London O2 Arena tickets going on presale on Wednesday 17 November. Other presale tickets are expected to be available from Ticketmaster, Resorts World and O2 Priority.

UK tickets go on general sale on Friday 19 November at 9am, and can be bought via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

The tour also offers a select number of VIP packages, which include reserved seats and custom merchandise.

The UK and Europe dates are as follows:

13 January / Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome

16 January / Hamburg, Germany – Barclays Arena

18 January / Zürich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion

21 January / Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena

23 January / Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center

25 January / Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi

27 & 28 January / Bologna, Italy – Unipol Arena

31 January / Cologne, Germany – LANXESS Arena

2 February / Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle

4 February / Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena

8 February / Glasgow, UK – OVO Hydro

11 February / Aberdeen, UK – P&J Live

13 & 14 February / London, UK – The O2

22 February / Birmingham, UK – Resorts World Arena

25 February / Manchester, UK – AO Arena

26 February / Sheffield, UK – Utilita Arena

6 March / Paris, France – Accor Arena

9 March / Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle

11 March / Budapest, Hungary – Budapest Arena

12 March / Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena

15 March / Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena

17 & 18 March / Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena

20 March / Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis

24 March / Vienna, Austria – Wiener Stadthalle

25 March / Krakow, Poland – TAURON Arena

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