Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
The young singing star has been creating quite a stir with his musical performances since the tour first began in September of last year. His first set of North American concerts were so popular that a second set had to be scheduled, beginning on June 22 and ending on August 10. SuperbTicketsOnline.com can offer Denver residents a wide selection of tickets for the June 30 concert that is taking place at Pepsi Center.
The Colorado arena serves to host many events throughout the year, including sports games and concerts. It opened in 1999 and has a seating capacity of more than 20,000 concertgoers when musical events come to the area. "Beliebers" residing in and near Denver are ready for the June 30 show that will be held there, and it is likely that the young singer will perform to a full house.
North American concert dates for the second set of U.S. and Canadian shows will begin on June 22 in San Diego, California, and continue until August 10 in Atlanta, Georgia. During this portion of the tour, the entertainer will travel to locations such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, Des Moines, Indianapolis, Buffalo, Boston, Detroit, New York City, Jacksonville, Tampa and Atlanta. The 19-year-old entertainer will also perform three concerts in Canada, one in Ottawa on July 23 and two in Toronto on July 25 and 26. By the time all of the star's concerts have been performed and the tour comes to a close, over 100 shows will have taken place.
Many Justin Bieber tickets sold out for various locations within minutes of going on sale, attesting to the remarkable popularity of the Canadian-born singer. Fans who still have not obtained seats for a show but have intentions of purchasing tickets must be quick about it or run the risk of finding that the show they are interested in has sold out.
"Beliebers" have been showing their support for their favorite pop artist since he first began to perform. He had already acquired a following of fans at the age of 12 when his mother posted a video on YouTube of his performance in a local competition. The rest is history.