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4 Feb '23

Justin Bieber

  • Highlights
The "Justice World Tour" is the first major tour since the 2016/17 "Purpose World Tour," which saw 2.7 million fans cheer on their star. The tour is named after Justin's latest album "Justice." It rose to the top of the most streamed records in 117 countries at once, carrying the global pop phenomenon Bieber to new heights.

The album has been streamed over nine billion times, in no small part due to the pre-release singles "Anyone," "Lonely" and "Holy," which alone racked up two billion streams before the album's release. Another smash hit is "Peaches," where the mark stands at around 2.5 billion streams. It was followed by the Kid LAROI duet "Stay," which became the song on Spotify that cracked the billion mark the fastest.

In his unprecedented career, which began at the age of 13, Bieber has released six studio albums and sold 80 million copies. He holds 32 Guinness world records. He broke Elvis Presley's record and has since become the youngest solo artist to top the Billboard 200 chart with eight albums. He became the all-time record holder on Spotify in 2021 with over 83 million monthly listeners*

Bieber remains the world's #1 musician on YouTube and Spotify, cementing his position as one of the biggest pop stars of the 21st century.

Between May 2022 and March 2023, Bieber will tour five continents, visit more than 20 countries and play more than 90 concerts. Every single night will be celebrated both Justin and his fans, who eagerly await these concerts. Berlin, of course, cannot be missing from the list!

The International Tour starts in Mexico in May and then heads to festivals in Scandinavia in August. The journey continues in September and October to South America, South Africa and the Middle East. This will be followed by Australia and New Zealand in November and December, before the tour then concludes in Europe in early 2023.


  • 04 Feb

    20:00 o'clock

Mercedes-Benz Arena, Mercedes-Platz 1, 10243 Berlin