THE singing sensation will be returning to the UK with ticket sales available from Friday 11th December.
USTIN Bieber has confirmed he will play Scotland on his world tour – after we told you first of the star’s plans to perform in Glasgow .
The global singing star has announced he will play Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on October 27 as part of his Purpose World Tour , in his first visit here since he performed at a Bellshill school.
Justin will also play London’s O2, Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, Manchester Arena, and Sheffield Arena during the international dates which follow up his 64-city North American tour that has sold out dates across the U.S. and Canada.
Fahlo members can purchase tickets for these shows before the general public beginning Friday 11th December at 4pm.
Justin reportedly once vowed he’d never return to the UK as a result of a nightmare time, but the 21 year old Baby, What Do you Mean, and Sorry star has had a massive turnaround since then and just this weekend played Capital Radio’s Jingle Bell Ball.
With a global number 1 album release in over 100 countries and consecutive number 1 singles, his new album is shattering records worldwide including a record for having 17 songs in the Hot 100 in one week (beating The Beatles and Drake) and a new Spotify record for global streaming with over 200 million album streams first week.
It’s all very different from when Justin deemed his last UK tour in 2013 ‘the worst ever’.
He was over two hours late for his first gig at London’s O2, got ill on his next show and had to go to hospital, then got in an argument with a photographer and apparently shouted ‘I am never coming back here!’
He latterly went on to Twitter and told his fans that he ‘loves his UK beliebers’ and he will be coming back.
He also said ‘I loved every show I had at the O2 this past week. The UK Beliebers are incredible’.
Check out our footage of Justin Bieber performing at a school in Bellshill five years ago:
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Justin Bieber – Purpose World Tour 2016 UK Dates
October 11, 2016 London, England The O2
October 12, 2016 London, England The O2
October 17, 2016 Birmingham, England Barclaycard Arena
October 18, 2016 Birmingham, England Barclaycard Arena
October 20, 2016 Manchester, England Manchester Arena
October 21, 2016 Manchester, England Manchester Arena
October 26, 2016 Sheffield, England Sheffield Arena
October 27, 2016 Glasgow, Scotland The SSE Hydro