[With music sales continuing to dwindle heading into 2016, pop singer Justin Bieber continues to prove he still has selling power. SOHH correspondent Spencer Stein takes a look at his concert sales.]
Justin Bieber’s newest album, Purpose features some of the hottest music artists on the scene, including Diplo, Skrillex, Travis Scott and Big Sean. Before the official album release, Bieber dropped two singles, “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry,” both hitting the top of the charts around the world. The “Purpose World Tour” will be traveling across North America for about four months, performing in 58 cities and wrapping up at Madison Square Garden in NYC on July 18th. Purpose tour tickets went on sale today at noon and since have been flying off ticket sites, having almost sold out on Ticketmaster as of late Friday.
Long before tickets were released, customers could buy Justin Bieber Tickets through secondary market websites for the extraordinary price of $5,200 in some cities, showing just how high the demand is to see Justin live. Bieber has been featured on many tracks in 2015, but his most famous and widely recognized is “Where Are Ü Now,” a collaboration with Diplo and Skrillex under their joint effort pseudonym, Jack Ü. The 21-year-old performer begins his tour in Seattle on March 9th and will make his way east over the next four months.
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