Seats are filling up fast, and fans will need to be quick in getting the locations they want.
Milwaukee,WI (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
The "Believe Tour" began last year in late September. The famous performer kicked off his tour with a North American leg that was so popular a second one was added. The second leg taking place in the U.S. and Canada begins on June 22 and continues until August 10. Chicago fans who are looking for reduced prices for tickets are in luck, as SuperbTicketsOnline.com has lowered ticket prices for the July 9 concert taking place at United Center. Seats are filling up fast, and fans will need to be quick in getting the locations they want.
Many U.S. cities are on the tour itinerary for the second North American leg, some of them having also appeared in the first leg. The versatile singer will perform in such cities as Los Angeles, California; Denver, Colorado; Dallas, Texas; Omaha, Nebraska; Hartford, Connecticut; Buffalo, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; Detroit, Michigan; Jacksonville, Florida; and Atlanta, Georgia. The Canadian-born singer will also perform three concerts in Canada, one in Ottawa and two in Toronto.
Since the star is so popular and has developed a huge fan base, it was inevitable that his tour would be popular as well. Shows were added to the itinerary due to such a high demand for seats, and the entertainer will have performed in more than 100 concerts by the time the "Believe Tour" wraps up in August. Dedicated followers who did not have the opportunity to catch one of the star's performances during the first North American leg now have the chance to make up for it by purchasing Justin Bieber tickets for an upcoming show. Entertainment venues in all U.S. and Canadian locations are filling up quickly, and those seats that are still available are not expected to last for very long.
The singer/songwriter was already attracting a great deal of attention as a youngster of 12 when his mother posted a video of his talent show performance on YouTube. His singing was so good that he won second place. Additional videos were posted, and it was not long before the soon-to-be star caught the eye of his future manager Scooter Braun.