Justin Bieber Returns To The Road In a Huge Way With Arenas, Stadiums, And New Album

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– Justin Bieber
“KIIS FM Jingle Ball,” Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.

Justin Bieber and his fans are marking the holiday season with not only a new single, “Yummy,” but the announcement of a massive stadium and arena tour to ring in the New Year. 

He’ll also release his fifth studio album in 2020 after spending time over the last couple of years collaborating on remixes with artists including Ed Sheeran, Billie Eilish, Dan + Shay, DJ Khaled and the 2017 smash “Despacito.”

The North American tour, announced via Bieber’s Instagram account,  is slated to launch May 14 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field, and includes dates at Levis Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.; and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. – and that’s just in May. The tour continues to hit major stadiums and arenas through Sept. 26 at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.; stopping in 45 cities to date.

It’s an ambitious return to the stage for Bieber, who canceled the remainder of his “Purpose World Tour” in August, 2017, posting to his Instagram account that he was “taking this time right now is me saying I want to be SUSTAINABLE. I want my career to be sustainable, but I also want my mind, heart and soul to be sustainable.” 

See: Justin Bieber Talks Tour Cancellation

There’s no question he was working the road hard at that time. From November 2015 until his last show as reported to Pollstar – a June 30, 2017 concert at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, U.K., with Halsey and Will Heard that sold 38,434 tickets – the Biebs was averaging per show ticket counts of 25,442 for an average gross of $2,254,460.



05-14-20                   Seattle, WA                  CenturyLink Field

05-17-20                   Portland, OR                Moda Center

05-19-20                   Sacramento, CA          Golden1 Center

05-22-20                   Santa Clara, CA           Levi’s Stadium

05-26-20                   San Diego, CA             Pechanga Arena San Diego

05-29-20                   Pasadena, CA              Rose Bowl

06-02-20                   Las Vegas, NV             T-Mobile Arena

06-05-20                   Glendale, AZ                State Farm Stadium

06-09-20                   Salt Lake City, UT       Vivint Smart Home Arena

06-13-20                   Denver, CO                  Empower Field at Mile High

06-16-20                   Lincoln, NE                   Pinnacle Bank Arena

06-19-20                   Chicago, IL                   Soldier Field

06-21-20                   Minneapolis, MN          Target Center

06-24-20                   Milwaukee, WI              Milwaukee Summerfest

06-27-20                   Arlington, TX                AT&T Stadium

06-30-20                   New Orleans, LA         Smoothie King Center

07-02-20                   Houston, TX                 NRG Stadium

07-06-20                   Kansas City, MO          Sprint Center

07-08-20                   Tulsa, OK                      BOK Center

07-11-20                   Nashville, TN                Nissan Stadium

07-13-20                   St. Louis, MO               Enterprise Center

07-15-20                   N. Little Rock, AR        Simmons Bank Arena

07-18-20                   Atlanta, GA                   Mercedes Benz Stadium

07-21-20                   Miami, FL                      AmericanAirlines Arena

07-25-20                   Tampa, FL                    Raymond James Stadium

07-27-20                   Columbia, SC               Colonial Life Arena

07-29-20                   Greensboro, NC          Greensboro Coliseum

08-01-20                   Philadelphia, PA          Lincoln Financial Field

08-04-20                   Pittsburgh, PA              PPG Paints Arena

08-06-20                   University Park, PA     Bryce Jordan Center

08-08-20                   Columbus, OH             Ohio Stadium

08-12-20                   Louisville, KY                KFC Yum! Center

08-14-20                   Cleveland, OH              First Energy Stadium

08-16-20                   Grand Rapids, MI        Van Andel Arena

08-18-20                   Lexington, KY               Rupp Arena

08-21-20                   Landover, MD              FedEx Field

08-24-20                   Buffalo, NY                   KeyBank Center

08-26-20                   Albany, NY                    Times Union Center

08-29-20                   Detroit, MI                     Ford Field

09-01-20                   Ottawa, ON                   Canadian Tire Centre

09-03-20                   Québec City, QC         Videotron Centre

09-10-20                   Toronto, ON                  Rogers Centre

09-14-20                   Montreal, QC                Bell Centre

09-17-20                   Foxboro, MA                 Gillette Stadium

09-26-20                   East Rutherford, NJ    MetLife Stadium