Justin Bieber’s International Routing Fills Out

The powerhouse “Purpose” tour that has seen Justin Bieber on the road since March is pushing on in 2017. After spending most of this year in North America and Europe, the Biebs will hit those continents again, along with Australia, Asia, Africa and South America.

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– Justin Bieber
V Festival, Hylands Park, Chelmsford, UK

The next place to catch this singer is at Miami Beach, Fla., on New Year’s Eve. As we’ve previously reported, Justin then hits Mexico in February, and three of those dates will be at

What’s new is a gig in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 3 and in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on May 6. After the Middle East, Bieber’s star will shine in South Africa, with gigs in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

After the new continents, he is back in Europe with a mix of headline dates and solo shows. He recently announced his appearance at North Summer Festival in France, Wireless Germany in Germany and

The last dates we have for the former Pollstar HotStar’s tour are a run of stadiums in North America. That leg opens July 29 in Arlington, Texas, and concludes with a two-night stand at the Toronto’s

The “Purpose” world tour kicked off with a run of arenas in North America and then moved to Japan for a few shows and Europe, where he was on the road for more than three months. Assuming the Toronto shows are actually the end of the tour, “Purpose” will have been a solid 18 months.

Here is JB’s full routing:

Dec. 31 – Miami Beach, Fla., Fontainebleau Miami Beach
Feb. 15 – Culiacan, Mexico, Estadio BBVA Bancomer
Feb. 18 – Mexico City, Mexico, Foro Sol
Feb. 19 – Mexico City, Mexico, Foro Sol
Feb. 21 – Mexico City, Mexico, Foro Sol
March 6 – Perth, Australia, nib Stadium
March 10 – Melbourne, Australia, Etihad Stadium
March 13 – Brisbane, Australia, Suncorp Stadium
March 15 – Sydney Olympic Park, Australia, ANZ Stadium
March 18 – Auckland, New Zealand, Mt Smart Stadium
March 23 – Santiago, Chile, Estadio Nacional
March 29 – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Praca da Apoteose
April 1 – Sao Paulo, Brazil, Allianz Parque
April 2 – Sao Paulo, Brazil, Allianz Parque
April 5 – Lima, Peru, Estadio Nacional
April 8 – Quito, Ecuador, Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa
April 12 – Bogota, Colombia, Estadio El Campin
April 15 – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
April 18 – San Juan, PR, Coliseo de Puerto Rico
April 21 – Panama City, Panama, Figali Conv. Center / Plaza Figali
April 24 – San Jose, Costa Rica, Estadio Nacional
May 3 – Tel Aviv, Israel, Hayarkon Park
May 6 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates, The Autism Rocks Arena
May 14 – Johannesburg, South Africa, FNB Stadium
May 17 – Cape Town, South Africa, Cape Town Stadium
June 5 – Aarhus, Denmark, Jydsk Væddelosbane
June 7 – Stavanger, Norway, Forus Racecourse (The Big Summer Fest)
June 10 – Stockholm, Sweden, Gardet Open Air Venue (Summerburst)
June 15 – Bern, Switzerland, Stade De Suisse
June 18 – Monza, Italy, Autodromo Nazionale Di Monza (I-Days Festival)
June 21 – Dublin, Ireland, RDS Main Hall
June 24 – Villenueve D’ascq, France, Stade Pierre-Mauroy (North Summer Festival)
June 25 – Frankfurt, Germany, Commerzbank Arena (Wireless Germany)
June 30 – Cardiff, United Kingdom, Principality Stadium
July 02 – London, United Kingdom, Hyde Park (Barclaycard British Summer Time)
July 29 – Arlington, Texas, AT&T Stadium
Aug. 05 – 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
Sept. 6 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre

Tickets to most of the shows are on sale now. A presale for the UAE show opens Dec. 18 and the general onsale begins Dec. 20.

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