All You Need to Know About the Bieber Tour 2020


    Pop's young superstar Justin Drew Bieber started 2020 with a brand new album called Changes. That sure is a change after 5 years of being dead silent on this. No albums for five years, and then, bam! As if we needed more reasons to celebrate, the release of the album is garnished heavily with a tour, the must-catch tour of the year.

    Bieber's tour 2020 is called The Changes tour, and he is set to visit North America and its different arena so you will be sure to catch him one place or the other. Details on the show are the end of the reading!

    Details on Bieber's Tour 2020:

    To support the release of the album, Bieber had given us 45 dates. The outing was to start in CenturyLink field in Seattle and kick off from there to East Rutherford in New Jersey till he said goodbye to the tour. The expansive tour was to take place between June to September, or it was scheduled to be until he decided to postpone the time owing to the ongoing pandemic. The mixture of arena shows and stadium jams were to take place across the US and Canada. Whenever it is scheduled to be for the whole trek, Kehlani and Jaden Smith will open the show.

    Date and Time




    May 14

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    CenturyLink Field


    Seattle, WA

    May 17

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    Moda Centre


    Portland, OR

    May 19

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    Golden1 Centre


    Sacramento, CA

    May 22

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    Levi's Stadium


    Santa Clara, CA

    May 26

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    Pechanga Arena San Diego


    San Diego, CA

    May 29

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    Rose Bowl


    Pasadena, CA

    June 2

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    T-mobile Arena


    Las Vegas, NV

    June 5

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    Gila River Arena


    Glendale, AZ

    June 9

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    Vivint Smart Home Arena


    Salt Lake City, UT

    June 13

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    Pepsi Centre


    Denver, CO

    June 16

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    Pinnacle Bank Arena


    Lincoln, NE

    June 19

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    Soldier Field


    Chicago, IL

    June 21

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    Target Centre


    Minneapolis, MN

    June 24

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    Milwaukee Summerfest


    Milwaukee, WI

    June 27

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    Toyota Centre


    Houston, TX

    June 28

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    American Airlines Centre


    Dallas, TX

    June 30

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    Smoothie King Centre


    New Orleans, LA

    July 6

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    Sprint Centre


    Kansas City, MO

    July 8

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    BOK Centre


    Tulsa, OK

    July 11

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    Bridgestone Arena


    Nashville, TN

    July 13

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    Enterprise Centre


    St. Louis, MO

    July 15

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    Simmons Bank Arena


    N. Little Rock, AR

    July 18

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    Mercedes Benz Stadium


    Atlanta, GA

    July 21

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    American Airlines Arena


    Miami, FL

    July 25

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    Amalie Arena


    Tampa, FL

    July 27

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    Colonial Life Arena


    Columbia, SC

    July 29

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    Greensboro Coliseum


    Greensboro, NC

    August 1

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    Lincoln Financial Field


    Philadelphia, PA

    August 4

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    PPG Paints Arena


    Pittsburgh, PA

    August 6

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    Bryce Jordan Centre


    University Park, PA

    Aug 8

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    Schottenstein Centre


    Columbus, OH

    August 12

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    KFC Yum! Centre


    Louisville, KY

    August 14

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    Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse


    Cleveland, OH

    Aug 16

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    Van Andel Arena


    Grand Rapids, MI

    Aug 18

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    Rupp Arena


    Lexington, KY

    Aug 21

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    Capital One Arena


    Washington, DC

    August 24

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    KeyBank Centre


    Buffalo, NY

    August 26

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    Times Union Center


    Albany, NY

    August 30

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    Little Caesars Arena


    Detroit, MI

    September 1

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    Canadian Tire Centre


    Ottawa, ON

    September 3

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    Videotron Centre


    Quebec City, QC

    September 10

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    Rogers Centre


    Toronto, ON

    September 14

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    Bell Centre


    Montreal, QC

    September 17

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    Gillette Stadium


    Foxboro, MA

    September 26

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    MetLife Stadium


    East Rutherford, NJ



    Bieber released the tracklist via his IG stories.  Along with him, some performances will feature Kehlani, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Quavo, and Summer Walker.

    1. All Around Me

    2. Habitual

    3. Come Around Me

    4. Intentions featuring Quavo

    5. Yummy

    6. Available

    7. Forever featuring Post Malone and Clever

    8. Running Over featuring Lil Dicky

    9. Take It Out On Me

    10. Second Emotion featuring Travis Scott

    11. Get Me featuring Kehlani

    12. ETA

    13. Changes

    14. Confirmation

    15. That's What Love Is

    16. At Least For Now

    17. Yummy (Summer Walker Remix)

    About Bieber's Early Life:

    Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Justin Bieber was born on March 1, 1994, in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. He used to make covers on YouTube of popular songs. From there, he came to be discovered by talent hunter Scooter Braun.

    As he grew up, Bieber could play the trumpet, the guitar, drums, and the piano. In a local singing competition in Stratford, only at the age of 12, he sang  Ne-Yo's "So Sick". He was only 12 then and stood second in the event.

    His mom uploaded videos of him singing on YouTube and continued to do those for all his future performances. Bieber covered a lot of R&B till he was discovered by Braun, who accidentally clicked on his videos.

    Braun was impressed by this lad, and after many conversations with his mum, who was against Braun's Judaism, he took Bieber with him to record tapes in Atlanta. A week after that, Bieber was singing for Usher.

    Bieber was signed to RBMG for both Braun and Usher. Justin Timberlake was also said to have approached him but lost in the bidding.

    Music and Albums:

    Bieber's first single was called One Time, released when he was still recording for his debut album. The song reached number 12 on Canadian Hot 100 and number 17 on US Billboard Hot 100. The song is certified Platinum in Canada and the US and Gold in Australia and NZ.

    Bieber's first EP was called My World, released in 2009. It had the popular songs One Less Lonely Girl, Love Me, and Favorite Girl. Soon after, Bieber performed in the VMA 09 Tour and for the then US President Barack Obama and FLOTUS Michelle Obama. With My World, Bieber became the first artist to have 7 of his songs charted in the Billboard Hot 100 songs.

    His debut studio album was called my world 2.0 and released in 2010. It had the international hit single, Baby. There is hardly any man, woman, or child who didn't hum a tune or two when they heard the song repeated everywhere on radio, TV, and of course, viewed ever so often on YouTube.  The album debuted in the first place in the Billboard 200 Charts, making Justin the youngest solo artist to have secured the place in 47 years.

    It wasn't only in the US that the album received acclaim. International charts had the album in their top ten.

    The album's next hit Eenie Meenie was another smashing hit. It also had the song Somebody to Love and a remix featuring his mentor, Usher. In July 2010, this guy was the most-searched on the internet. With his voice sounding more mature than his first EP, those who raised controversy on the likeability of Bieber and his music soon ate their words.

    Later in 2010, he released an acoustic album called My World Acoustic, which had acoustic versions of previous songs, and a a new one called Pray.

    His part-biopic/part-concert film  Justin Bieber: Never Say Never was a box office hit. Along with this came his second remix album, Never Say Never–The Remixes, having guest appearances from Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, Chris Brown, etc.

    In 2011, his second studio album, Under the Mistletoe was released. It was Christmas-themed, of course. It sold over 200,000 copies in its first week of release. Mistletoe, the first single of the album, peaked number 1 on the US Billboard Holiday Digital Songs list. He also re-recorded Mariah Carey's iconic All I Want for Christmas is You with the singer.

    His third studio album, entitled Believe released in late 2011, containing the songs Die in Your Arms, All Around the World, As Long as You Love Me, among the others. The latter featured Big Sean and was another Billboard Hot hit. Another one was Beauty and A Beat featuring Nicki Minaj, whose MV held the record of the most-viewed song in 24 hours.

    The fourth studio album was called Purpose and was released in 2015. Before that, Bieber made a guest appearance in Carly Rae Jepsen's I Like You. The lead single from his album, What Do You Mean.

    This blend of acoustic R&B, teen pop, and electronic dance was Bieber's first #1 single on the Hot 100 charts. The second single titled Sorry was an instant hit too. It was the second of the same fame.

    The third single called Love Yourself with the previous two made Bieber the first male artist to have three number-ones from an album after almost a decade.

    Bottom Line:

    Enjoy the most fabulous Justin Bieber tour 2020 with your beloved ones. Stay with music, and have fun.