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Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) July 30, 2013
The "Believe Tour" is continuing, and enthusiastic fans residing in North America can obtain tickets for the second leg to take place in the U.S. and Canada. The first North American leg transpired last year and concluded on January 27, 2013. Now the 19-year-old singer is back in the States after having toured extensively in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Many U.S. cities are on the tour schedule. BargainSeatsOnline.com has many tickets available for "Beliebers" to obtain.
The current leg of the "Believe Tour" began on the West Coast last month, and a number of U.S. cities are on the itinerary until August 10. The star will perform in such locations as Boston, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Columbus, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Newark, Detroit, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Tampa, and Washington, D.C. "Beliebers" have been snatching up Justin Bieber tickets as quickly as they are able to purchase them, and sold-out concerts seem to be the order of the day. Fans who have still not purchased their seats for an upcoming show need to act now if they do not want to be disappointed by finding out their chosen performance has sold out.
When the young star was 12 years old, his musical career was already starting to take shape. He performed in a local singing competition and placed second. His proud mother posted a video of his performance on YouTube for family and friends to enjoy, with other videos soon to follow. It was not long before the youngster's performances caught the eye of many admirers and also a gentleman who later became his manager.
Numerous dedicated fans are now following the Canadian singer's career to the point where even his Twitter account has become the most popular of all celebrity accounts. The famous performer sells out concerts very quickly whenever he tours. For the current "Believe Tour," a number of markets sold out within minutes of tickets becoming available, and the entertainer has intended for the tour to be "the biggest show on Earth." It certainly seems to be turning out that way.