JUSTIN BIEBER IS COMING TO INDIA IN MAY
As part of his “Purpose World Tour”, Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber will be performing in India in Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil stadium on 10th May 2017. The announcement has sent fans into a tizzy, with scores of people scrambling for tickets to the concert.
The sole promoter of the Purpose Tour (India), White Fox India, have confirmed his trip to the country in a statement. “Justin Bieber is the biggest artist of our time and attracts a universal fanbase across all ages. This tour is one of the most successful in the world at the moment and will further enhance India’s current cultural repertoire”, said Arjun Jain, White Fox India Director.
The good news doesn’t stop here. As an opening act of the Tour, none other than Norwegian sensation Alan Walker has been roped in. With his smashing hit “Faded” receiving platinum certification across countries, the internet sensation has been named as ‘Dance Artist To Watch-2017’. This is however not his first trip to India. He had previously been included in the lineup of the Enchanted Valley Carnival (December 17-18), rubbing shoulders with Indian Artists like Arijit Singh and Farhan Akhtar. “I’m really looking forward to returning to India”, said Walker expressing excitement about his return to the country.
Fans across the Japan, Canada and the US went gaga over the Purpose World Tour last year. This year apart from Asia, the tour will move through Europe before it goes to Australia and New Zealand.
No other Indian city will be part of the Tour, so fans from across the country must flock to Mumbai to witness this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of watching their idol performing live. With Tel Aviv (Israel) and Dubai (UAE) also included in the schedule, fans in these places will also be able to witness their favourite artist belting out his popular hits like “Baby”, “Where Are You Now” and others on stage.
Organisers expect a packed stadium on 10th May, fully aware of the craze of Justin Bieber in India. ‘Beliebers’ are expected to show up (with or without tickets) in massive numbers just to get a glimpse of their favourite artist.