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Published: Thu, February 16, 2017
Culture | By Elsie Buchanan

It's official! Justin Bieber to perform in India in May

It's official! Justin Bieber to perform in India in May

It is officially confirmed - Grammy award victor and global pop sensation Justin Bieber is making his way to the India sub-continent this summer. Yes, Justin Bieber will be performing in Mumbai on May 10. "Justin Bieber will be bringing an extraordinarily epic show propelled by state of the art production and of a magnitude that the country has not witnessed in recent times". "After 6 months of negotiation we have finally closed the India leg of the tour".

Concert goers can look forward to a set list that will surely comprise worldwide smash hits including Where Are Ü Now, Boyfriend, Love Yourself, Company, As Long As You Love Me, What Do You Mean?, Baby, Purpose, Encore: Sorry amongst others.

The Grammy victor singer will give his performance at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai and the tickets are speculating on pricing at Rs 4,000 and upwards.

Bieber's Purpose World Tour is to celebrate his fourth album, Purpose, in which Bieber has experimented with electronic sounds. Tickets can be preregistered at BookMyShow website or app. The tickets, priced at Rs 4000, will be sold starting February 22.

"Justin Bieber enjoys more than 80 per cent dedicated fan following in India and we envisage one of the biggest live events of the year".

It is official: Justin Bieber is coming to India as a part of his Purpose World Tour. Right after its release, it became the most-streamed album on Spotify in one week with the number "What Do You Mean".

According to media reports, the organizers of the event are reaching out to the Bollywood biggies like Khans or Ambani family to host a grand welcome party for the superstar Justin Bieber who will be accompanied by 150 people, including backup dancers and choreographers.

Apart from winning Grammy, he also has eight Guinness world records to his credit.

Fans here are barely able to contain their excitement.

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