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Justin Bieber Announces Opening Acts for Justice World Tour Kicking Off in San Diego

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Update: On Nov. 15, Bieber announced JADEN, Eddie Benjamin and Harry Hudson as opening acts throughout the tour.

Way back in 2019, fans got the best Christmas gift ever when the Beebs announced an upcoming tour, album and docuseries for 2020 — with a local tour stop scheduled for Pechanga Arena on Tuesday, May 26.

That show, of course, scheduled for the heart of the coronavirus pandemic, was put off. Fans had hoped to see the hit machine on June 2, 2021, instead.

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That date, too, however, has proven too soon for these socially distanced times.

On Thursday, tour publicists announced that the pop star’s Justice World Tour was being rescheduled again, kicking off instead in 2022 on Feb. 18 in San Diego at Pechanga Arena, aka the Sports Arena.

“We’re working hard to make this tour the best one yet,” Justin Bieber was quoted in a news release issued Thursday. “I’m excited to get out there and engage with my fans again.”

On Nov. 15, Bieber announced JADEN, Eddie Benjamin and Harry Hudson as opening acts throughout the tour.

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The 52-stop tour will take Bieber around the U.S. with a brief stop in his native Canada before wrapping things up in Milwaukee June 24.

  • Here’s a couple crazy numbers the tour provided:
  • Bieber has 75 billion career streams
  • Bieber has sold more than 70 million albums
  • Bieber is the No. 1 artist on YouTube, with more than 60 million subscribers
  • Bieber is the No. 1 artist on Spotify, with more than 75 million monthly listeners

Tickets for prior-scheduled dates will be honored. “All previous ticketholders will receive an email from their ticket provider with event updates and options if they cannot make the 2022 date,” the news release stated.

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