Hot off his travels in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Justin Bieber is bringing his Purpose World Tour back to North America, and he’s got some very special guests joining him.
Bieber will play a series of shows across the U.S. and Canada, with two dates in Toronto.
The “Love Yourself” superstar is also featuring an exciting roster of opening acts to support the new tour dates. Migos, Kehlani, Martin Garrix and Vic Mensa will join Bieber as he crosses the continent.
The Purpose World Tour kicked off in North America in March 2016 after the enormous success of Bieber’s last album, “Purpose”. Hits from the Grammy-nominated record include “Sorry”, “What Do You Mean” and “Love Yourself”.
Bieber has also recently scored massive hits with his remix of “Despacito” and his DJ Khaled-collaboration “I’m The One” taking up the top slots on the Billboard Hot 100 for weeks on end.
Bieber’s supporting acts have all seen great success in their own rights. Migos, with their chart smash “Bad and Boujee”, Kehlani with her Grammy-nominated album “SWEETSEXYSAVAGE”, Martin Garrix coming off incredible DJ sets at Coachella and Lollapalooza, and Vic Mensa with his acclaimed debut album “The Autobiography”.
Over the course of the tour, Bieber has played to sold-out crowds with 64 U.S. dates and 52 internationally.
The tour is also donating $1 from every ticket purchased to Pencils of Promise, an organization dedicated to building schools and creating educational opportunities in developing countries.
Bieber will be back at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Sept. 5 and 6, with Martin Garrix, Vic Mensa, and Migos all appearing.