Justin Bieber to Play Nissan Stadium July 11


The high highs and low lows of godlike musical fame is something we’ve seen countless young artists grapple with in public for generations, but in this modern musical climate where it’s ever-increasingly hard to become so super famous and wealthy so quickly, few artists have had as public a reckoning and transformation as pop sensation Justin Bieber. Now 25, Bieber shot to incredible fame a decade ago, and spent a few years of young adulthood falling down a wild and self-destructive path, before doubling down on his faith, family life, relatively recent marriage, and health, and, as a result, slowing down his music career at points in the half decade since his last record, Purpose.

Though he has, in that time, popped up here and there to guest on many a song (several of which have become chart toppers), and to make live appearances, 2020 will be the year Bieber really mounts a proper comeback with his brand new healthy outlook and zen lifestyle, refreshed and ready to release his transformative fifth album, Changes, on Feb. 14 (hear lead single “Yummy” right now below)! And, of course, with a new record comes a massive tour, which will return Justin to Nashville for the first time in four years.

The Biebs has previously played Bridgestone Arena a handful of times- most recently in 2016, after which he inexplicably ended up at Dino’s- but this time around, he’s upgrading to Nissan Stadium, a massive space only a select few artists in the world could hope to fill, for an July 11 stop with Jaden Smith and Kehlani. Tickets go on sale the same day the album drops, Feb. 14 right here, with a variety of pre-sale options available before then. While we’d be shocked to see this one sell out entirely (Beyoncé couldn’t even pull off that feat), we’d still act fast if you’re hoping for good seats, given the rabid devotion of JB’s fandom.

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May 14 Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field
May 17 Portland, OR – Moda Center
May 19 Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
May 22 Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s® Stadium
May 26 San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena San Diego
May 29 Pasadena, CA – Rose Bowl Stadium
June 2 Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
June 5 Glendale, AZ – State Farm Stadium
June 9 Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena
June 13 Denver, CO – Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
June 16 Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena
June 19 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
June 21 Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
June 24 Milwaukee, WI – American Family Insurance Amphitheater at Summerfest
June 27 Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium
June 30 New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center
July 2 Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
July 6 Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center
July 8 Tulsa, OK – BOK Center
July 11 Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
July 13 St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center
July 15 Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena
July 18 Atlanta, GA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
July 21 Miami, FL – AmericanAirlines Arena
July 25 Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium
July 27 Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena
July 29 Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum
Aug. 1 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 4 Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena
Aug. 6 University Park, PA – Bryce Jordan Center
Aug. 8 Columbus, OH – Ohio Stadium
Aug. 12 Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center
Aug. 14 Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium
Aug. 16 Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena
Aug. 18 Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena
Aug. 21 Landover, MD – FedExField
Aug. 24 Buffalo, NY – KeyBank Center
Aug. 26 Albany, NY – Times Union Center
Aug. 29 Detroit, MI – Ford Field
Sept. 1 Ottawa, ON – Canadian Tire Centre
Sept. 3 Québec City, QC – Videotron Centre
Sept. 10 Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre
Sept. 14 Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
Sept. 17 Foxboro, MA – Gillette Stadium
Sept. 26 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium

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