Justin Bieber fans lined up outside Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall for a very intimate performance by the Stratford teen, whose acoustic show benefited the Stratford House of Blessing food bank on Monday night.

The 1,500-seat venue was quickly sold-out shortly after Bieber, 21, shared the news of his pop-up performance last week.

The Stratford House of Blessing food bank is especially important to Bieber because his mother once used their services.

Starting the show off with his hit song “Sorry”; fans were then treated to an off-the-cuff cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling”;.

“I think this is the best crowd I’ve ever been a part of,”; Bieber told the packed crowd. “I’m having a great time up here tonight.”; ET Canada’s Cheryl Hickey was one of the many in attendance who were having just as he was.

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsBieber not only played songs from his number one album “Purpose”;, but also took it back to his 2010 album”;My Worlds”; and sang “One Less Lonely Girl”; after which, one lucky fan got the hug of a lifetime.

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Beliebers were seen carrying signs that read “Welcome Home”; while waving homemade collages of the star’s rise to fame in a show that felt like a warm homecoming for one of Canada’s most famous sons.

Watch The Biebs perform his hit singles “Sorry”;, “What Do U Mean”; and “Love Yourself”; below.

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