Pop star and sensation Justin Bieber is due to bring his Purpose Tour to Singapore, which we kind of expected given that the ‘Love Yourself’ hitmaker was due to perform shows in the SEA region — a prior announcement was made for a show in Manila.
The star will perform at the National Stadium to what we expect will be a sold out crowd, as ticket prices are surprisingly affordable – by arena pop standards, that is. But fans probably aren't complaining.
Promoter Unusual Entertainment announced this on their Facebook page on the morning of the 7th of July (07/07):
Standing tickets range from S$228 to S$298, which is standard going for any national stadium level show. Seated tickets go from a surprisingly cheap S$148 to S$258.
VIP packages are available too, and they go for unusually lavish prices: S$708, S$958, and S$1898 for different tiers. Unfortunately, none of the tiers afford the rabid fan to meet the man himself. More details on VIP packages and what they would entitle fans to can be found here, or on Unusual Entertainment's Facebook post (above).
Justin Beiber plays the National Stadium on October 7th. Tickets go on sale on July 17th at 10am for Fan Club members, July 18th for AMEX cardholders, July 21st for StarHub subscribers, and July 22nd for the general public. Tickets can be bought at Sports Hub's dedicated ticket site once they go live.
Check out all the other major concerts happening in Singapore this year here.
To help you with the wait, here's a video of the star playing his hit collaboration with Major Lazer, 'Cold Water', at One Love Manchester concert earlier last month: