Justin Bieber announces concerts in Malaysia and Indonesia, here's how to get tickets to the show

Justin Bieber announces concerts in Malaysia and Indonesia, here's how to get tickets to the show

Justin Bieber is heading back to Asia.

In an announcement made on 24 March, the 'Peaches' hitmaker revealed that he will be making a stop in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta as part of his Justice World Tour. The new dates comes in addition to his previously announced Japan concerts in Nagoya, Osaka, and Tokyo later this November. 

Bieber will be heading to National Stadium Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur on 22 October 2022, and Stadion Madya Gelora Bung Karno in Jakarta on 3 November 2022.

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TICKETS - MALAYSIA

Ticket sales for the Kuala Lumpur concert will go live on 31 March at 11 AM MST via Go Live Asia. Ticket prices range from MYR 288 to MYR 1,088. 


TICKETS - INDONESIA

Tickets to Bieber's Jakarta concert are set to go on sale on 29 March at 10 AM JKT (11 AM PHT/SGT) via the concert's official website. Ticket prices range from IDR 1,500,000 to IDR 6,000,000.

To comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines, those attending the concert might be required to present a negative Antigen or PCR test result 24 hours before the concert date. Further details will be revealed closer to the event date but organisers will be abiding by the current rules of Indonesia's COVID-19 protocols.

Attendees will also not be allowed to stand up during the show as per health and safety regulations.

 
 
 
 
 
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The Justice World Tour will kick off this May in South America, followed by stops in Europe, South Africa, and Australia. According to a press release, more dates in Asia are set to be revealed soon. Check out the announced tour stops in Asia below. 

  • 23 October: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 3 November: Jakarta, Indonesia
  • 6 November: Bangkok, Thailand
  • 9 November: Nagoya, Japan
  • 12 & 13 November: Osaka, Japan
  • 16 & 17 November: Tokyo, Japan

This comes as the 'Holy' act's first world tour since 2016's Purpose World Tour where he performed to over 2.7 million fans across the world. 


Listen to Justin Bieber's Justice here.