Justin Bieber adds new London date to his ‘Justice’ world tour

The pop star heads to British shores next year

Justin Bieber has added another date to the UK leg of his upcoming ‘Justice’ world tour.

The pop star initially announced a run of UK dates last November that included two shows at London’s The O2, along with further gigs in Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Glasgow and Aberdeen. He later added another O2 date.

Today (May 24) Bieber has added a fourth night at the O2 due to popular demand (buy tickets here from 9am this Friday, May 27).

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He’ll perform 11 UK shows as part of the world tour, which restarted again in Mexico on Sunday (May 22). However, he won’t be hitting the UK until next February.

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber (Picture: Rich Fury/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Bieber recently confirmed final shows for the world tour come off the heels of his 52-date North American tour, which started in San Diego on February 18. You can find the full list of his remaining ‘Justice’ world tour dates here.

Justin Bieber ‘Justice’ UK tour 2023:

FEBRUARY 2023
8 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
11 – Aberdeen, P&J Live
13 – London, The O2
14 – London, The O2
16 – London, The O2
17 – London, The O2
22 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
23 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
25 – Manchester, AO Arena
26 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena

MARCH 2023
4 – Manchester, AO Arena

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Earlier this month, the singer addressed the mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo during one of his concerts in the New York city.

The pop star performed at the city’s Keybank Center hours after 10 people were fatally shot and three wounded by a gunman in what police called a “racially motivated hate crime”.

During the concert, Bieber referred to the shooting ahead of airing ‘Hurt’, telling the crowd: “As we know, there’s so much division in this world. So much racial injustice. As you and I both know, racism is evil and it is diabolical.

“But what you and I get to do, we get to be the difference makers. We get to be the people who continue to have the conversations with our friends and our family and our loved ones. We continue to be allies.”

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