Justin Bieber is coming to Israel, planning to perform October 13, 2022, in Tel Aviv’s Ganei Yehoshua, as part of his Justice World Tour.
The Canadian pop singer, discovered when he was just 13 (he’s now 27), has concerts planned in five continents through March 2023, kicking off the tour in North America. The new dates were announced Monday, with more shows to be announced for Asia and the Middle East.
Bieber hasn’t toured like this since 2016. The pandemic sidelined his previously announced 2020 concert dates.
The tour begins in 2022 in North America, kicking off in San Diego on February 18, moving to Mexico in May before heading to Scandinavia, South America, South Africa and the Middle East in September and October, followed by Australia and New Zealand in November and December and the UK and Europe in early 2023.
“We worked hard on this tour and created the best event we’ve ever done,” said Bieber in a statement. “I can’t wait to share it with fans around the world. I’ll see you soon.”
The “Justice World Tour” is named after Justin’s latest album, “Justice,” which was released in April 2021 and has amassed nearly 9 billion streams worldwide, including the hits “Anyone,” “Lonely” and “Holy.”
Bieber has released six studio albums, selling over 80 million albums and garnering over 83 million monthly listeners on Spotify.