Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) December 15, 2012
The "Believe Tour" was extended due to overwhelming demand for concert appearances. The young star sold out all of his 2012 performances and will likely do the same for shows coming up during the summer months of 2013. Tickets are going on sale December 14 and December 21 for select markets, and "Beliebers" are thrilled that they will have additional shows they will be able to attend.
The young artist will visit many U.S. cities from June 22 until August 10. He will travel from coast to coast performing his popular music and setting hearts aflutter at every tour destination. The tour begins with concerts in California in San Diego, San Jose and Los Angeles. The Canadian-born singer will make stops in the cities of Las Vegas, Denver, Indianapolis, Des Moines, Omaha, Columbus, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Hartford and a number of other U.S. cities. Canadian fans can expect to see their favorite performer in live concerts that will take place in Toronto and Kanata in the month of July.
The "Believe Tour," including concerts already performed and those coming up in 2013, are promoting the singer's latest album that was released this past June. The star will thrill fans with the dance-pop and R&B sound that is prevalent in his third musical release.
A number of prestigious arenas are on the agenda for the 2013 shows. The pop singer will perform at such entertainment venues as American Airlines Center in Dallas, Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, and Philips Arena in Atlanta. Fans interested in seeing the performer live next year should remember that Justin Bieber tickets go on sale on the 14th and 21st of this month.
One of the establishments where the young star will perform is the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Florida. The facility has a seating capacity of 15,000, and all seats are likely to be filled when the versatile singer/songwriter comes to town on August 7. This entertainment venue hosts concerts for many famous performers, and the pop singer will be in good company when he appears there next year.