Biebs Is Back

Justin Bieber puts Texas first on 2017 summer stadium tour

Justin Bieber puts Texas first on 2017 summer stadium tour

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Justin Bieber returns to Texas in summer 2017. Photo courtesy of Justin Bieber

Update: As of July 24, Justin Bieber has canceled all remaining dates on his Purpose world tour, including the July 29 concert in Arlington.

Mark your calendars, the Biebs is back: Justin Bieber will mount his first stadium tour across America in summer 2017, with a stop at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on July 29.

Bieber, who took home the most 2016 American Music Awards of any artist this year, is touring to support his well-received 2015 album, Purpose, on which he collaborated with other respected musicians. This tour, which has earned positive reviews from the critics, represents a second swing for the album; he toured in spring 2016 with a stop at American Airlines Center. 

American Express card holders can purchase tickets before the general public beginning December 14 at 10 am local time through December 16 at 10 pm. General public tickets for both shows will go on-sale on December 17 at 10 am local time at

VIP packages will also be offered on the upcoming tour, which — in addition to great seats — can include exclusive VIP merchandise and more.

Since the North American launch of the world tour in March, Bieber has sold out 64 U.S. and 52 international tour dates. He won four 2016 American Music Awards including Favorite Male Pop/Rock Artist, Favorite Pop/Rock Album (Purpose), Favorite Pop/Rock Song (“Love Yourself”), and Video of the Year (“Sorry”). He also joined the telecast by performing “Let Me Love You” live from his Purpose World Tour date in Bologna, Italy, marking his sixth performance on the awards show.

With a global No. 1 album release in more than 100 countries and consecutive No. 1 singles, Purpose is shattering records worldwide — including a record for having 17 songs in the Hot 100 in one week (beating The Beatles and Drake) — and has sold over 10 million copies worldwide.

The 2017 tour dates just announced include:

  • July 29, AT&T Stadium, Arlington
  • August 12, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver
  • August 18, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
  • August 23-24, MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • August 29, Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts
  • September 5, Rogers Centre, Toronto
  • August 5, Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California

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