‘What Do You Mean’ there are only 30 days until Justin Bieber kicks off his ‘Purpose’ tour in the UK?
Having recently announced that MiC LOWRY will be supporting him on the European leg of the tour, we’re so excited for what’s to come.
Justin begins his tour in London on October 11th and ends in London on November 29th, visiting Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Sheffield in between.
It’s been 3 years since the UK Believe Tour and despite him recently performing at V Fest and BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, we’re still overdue our Bieber tour fix. We could write a VERY long list of things we’re most looking forward to, but here’s just a few that we’re hoping to see.
Based on his amazing stage entrance on the last tour we’re not quite sure how Justin is going to top it. We are hoping however that he’s not going to disappoint us (although we can’t see that happening).
We cannot contain our excitement when it comes to hearing the absolute epic tunes that have blessed our earholes since the release of ‘Purpose’ last year. We’re also hoping JB will squeeze in some of his latest releases post ‘Purpose such’ as the recent Major Lazer UK #1 ‘Cold Water’ and featuring on DJ Snake’s ‘Let Me Love You’.
In addition to the new stuff, of course we want to hear some old classics too. After all, he does have an awesome back catalogue of albums. It wouldn’t be a Bieber gig without ‘Baby’ obvs!
Topless Biebs? ABS-olutley!
Unless you’ve been living on Mars the past year, there’s no way you’ve not noticed how buff Bieber’s become. Since those Calvin’s promo shoots and endless topless Instagram selfies (which he’s since deleted *sob*), we can’t wait to have a closer look at those abs.
You don’t have to be a Belieber to know that Justin plays numerous instruments, and he’s pretty damn good at it too. What better way to showcase these skills by thrashing out a great drum solo?
After the release of his ‘Believe’ acoustic album we were hoping a tour would follow, but sadly not. From his ‘kidrauhl’ YouTube home video posting days, his ability to pick up a guitar and sing is phenomenal. His latest acoustic rendition in the BBC 1 Live Lounge showcases exactly that.
We loved his acoustic set he did on his last tour so we’re hoping to witness the same this time around.