Justin Bieber’s Purpose Hits North American Stadiums

Pop prince Justin Bieber’s international tour in promotion of his best-selling album will shimmy back into North America in 2017, and this time he is ready to fill some of the largest venues the continent has to offer.

The new dates start at the 90,000-capacity  in Pasadena Aug. 5 and continue for a month to Sep. 5, where things wrap up in the singer’s native province of Ontario with a show at Toronto’s .

He announced the new dates on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” If you watch the last 35 seconds, you will get a glimpse of who will be going to his shows:

Love him or hate him, you cannot deny that Bieber has become an industry powerhouse, as the “Purpose” trek has become one of the highest-grossing and longest-running of the year. His fourth studio album, Purpose, dropped in November last year, and the world tour has been running pretty much nonstop since March.

The “Purpose” world tour kicked off with a run of arenas in the U.S. and then moved to Japan for a few shows and Europe, where he was on the road for more than three months.

The Biebs just performed in San Jose, Calif., this past weekend and the next stop for the artist is  in New York at  event Dec. 9. There is also a gig at Miami Beach, Fla., on New Year’s Eve.

Justin then hits Mexico in February, and three of those dates will be at  in Mexico City.

The artist is also headed down under in March, with a run of shows in Australia and New Zealand, followed by an extensive Latin American trek.

Here are the new North American dates:

Aug. 5 – Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl        
Aug. 12 – Denver, Colo., Sports Authority Field At Mile High
Aug. 18 – Minneapolis, Minn., U.S. Bank Stadium
Aug. 23 – East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium       
Aug. 29 – Foxboro, Mass., Gillette Stadium
Sept. 5 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre

American Express Cardholders can get tickets Dec. 6 at 10 a.m. The general onsale opens Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. All times local. JustinBieberMusic.com is your place to go for all things JB.