The year 2013 is going to be a very busy one for the hottest Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber. The ‘Believe’ star is going to have one hectic schedule throughout the year performing at numerous venues in almost fifty Western cities.
By January, Justin Bieber will be all set for a grand US tour. He will visit 13 states from January 5 to 26, starting off at the EnergySolutions Arena at Salt Lake City. On January 7, he’ll be at the Pepsi Center in Denver and then at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on January 9. The very next day, he’ll be performing at the Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, Arizona. Bieber’s US concert tour continues at the AT&T Center in San Antonio on January 12, New Orleans Arena on January 15, and then at the BJCC Arena in Birmingham Alabama on January 16.
The fun will continue in Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena on January 18. The following day, Justin Bieber will grace the Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina. Then he’ll perform at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte on January 23, Philips Arena in Atlanta in January 23, and the Amway Center in Orlando on January 25. The last leg of the US tour will be in Miami Florida at the American Airlines Arena.
But that’s just the US tour. Justin Bieber is also scheduled to take Europe by storm. His first stop would be the United Kingdom and he will visit its six key cities. Justin will perform in at the Arena Manchester on February 19, Motorpoint in Sheffied on February 23, Echo in Liverpool on February 24, NIA in Birmingham on February 27, The Arena in Nottingham on March 2, and lastly, The 02 in London on March 4.
From the UK, Bieber will fly to Portugal and perform at the Atlantico for a one day concert on March 11. Then he’ll be on his way to a two-day performance in Spain. That would be in Bilbao on March 14 and Barcelona on March 16. Then the series of concerts in France will be held, particularly at the Bercy in Paris on March 19, the Halle Tony Garnier in Lyon on March 25, and the Zenith in Strasbourg on April 8. Justin will visit different countries in between his performances in France. He’ll be in Chile, particularly at the Hallenstadion in Zurich on March 22 and the Unipol Arena in Bologna Italy on March 23. Justin Bieber is also slated to visit Denmark, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland.