The singer also has a concert planned for the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
The "Believe Tour" has turned out to be so popular that performances were completely sold out in a relatively short period of time. The young entertainer has now extended his tour into the summer months of 2013, scheduling 30 additional shows. Fans from the East to West Coast who did not get to see him perform this year are delighted that they will now have another chance in 2013. The singing star will tour many U.S. destinations that include, but are not limited to, Omaha, Los Angeles, Dallas, Des Moines, Cleveland, Hartford, Boston, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia and Denver. The singer also has a concert planned for the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The date is June 28, and the Arena is likely to be filled to capacity with adoring "Beliebers" who cannot wait to see and hear the superstar perform.
The MGM Grand Garden Arena was created to resemble Madison Square Garden and holds approximately 16,800 occupants for concerts and other shows. The establishment hosts many different events each year that are not limited to musical entertainment. A large number of sporting events also take place annually at the facility. The Arena is owned by MGM Resorts International and opened in December of 1993.
Justin Bieber tickets have been selling out amazingly quickly since first availability. The overwhelming demand for concert performances attests to the fact that the Canadian-born singer has reached the heights of fame in a short time and is now experiencing the thrill of stardom. He has adoring fans, who are affectionately referred to as "Beliebers," across the nation and around the world. Even his Twitter account is the second most popular celebrity account and only falls behind Lady Gaga in followers.
The "Believe Tour" is promoting the performer's third album that was released back in June of this year. The music is a bit different from his previous releases as it revolves more around dance-pop and R&B rather than the teen pop that he had been singing previously. The album has been positively received by music critics and, of course, the entertainer's numerous fans.