Justin Bieber Tickets for Sale
Justin Bieber seems to spend the majority of his time in the news because of his on-and-off relationship with Selena Gomez and his hair. For the record, he is, at least for right now, back with the pop princess and his hair is spiky. Of course, he would not be famous for any of this if not for his music. There is a reason Justin Bieber tickets continue to sell out.
Currently, those concert tickets are part of the Believe Tour. This is his third world tour and it has been going on since last summer. The tour is going to continue with one last leg that runs through the end of the summer in 2013. The last leg is a bringing him back to North America for one last go around. Bieber has named the concert series after the album, and, presumably, after this schedule is over he will return to the recording studio to write and record his fourth studio album.
Justin Bieber is one of the first artists who owe their rise to fame to YouTube. He used to record videos of him dancing and singing contemporary R&B and hip hop hits and post them on the Internet video service. Eventually Scooter Braun, a former director of So So Def Records, came across the videos. Bieber ended up signing with Raymond Braun Media Group (a joint venture between Braun and Usher) and Island Records.
The Canadian moved to Los Angeles and released the EP My World in 2009. The EP went double platinum and took him on the Urban Behavior Tour. The tour did not last long as his presence was required back in the recording studio to turn the EP into a full length album, My World 2.0. The first full-length album went multi-platinum across the globe and reached number one in multiple markets.
These first recordings yielded hit after hit. All in all the recordings had four platinum and multi-platinum hits. The first two, “One Time” and “One Less Lonely Girl”, came from the EP. “Baby”, Eenie Meenie”, and “Somebody to Love” followed on the full length album.
Bieber celebrated this incredible sudden success with the My World Tour, his first massive tour that took him around the globe. The young man sold out Justin Bieber tickets in 130 venues over the course of 8 legs. This huge tour meant the Bieb would spend his awkward teenage years in the spotlight. This gave him plenty of time to make big mistakes, which included more than a few chances to openly flirt with women twice his age.
The artist soldiered on through his trials and tribulations, eventually starting a Nick-Disney romance with Selena Gomez and returning to the studio to record a Christmas album (Under the Mistletoe) and his true second studio album, Believe. The new album reached number one on the charts and is a platinum effort. It has been far more successful as the catalyst for a tour, the Believe Tour. Justin Bieber tickets will continue to sell for the opportunity for pre-teen and early teen girls to scream along to “As Long as You Love Me” and “Beauty and a Beast” live with the pop star.
Justin Bieber will continue to make hit music and to court an older audience as he gets older. Expect at least a few more platinum albums and many more sell-out world tours. The future remains bright for the pop artist who has the moves, the voice, and the attitude to remain a star.