Justin Bieber Breaks His Own Record With 3 Concerts In Less Than 24 Hours

Justin Bieber has everything ready to start his new world tour in 2022 after 6 years without going out to give concerts all over the world. A time in which the artist has radically changed as has his music, but of which he is leaving small touches live in 2021.

We already saw him during his exclusive show for Valentine’s Day with NRJ and now he has done it on the majestic stage of Las Vegas where he has given everything. Because the Canadian has broken his own record by offering 3 concerts in less than 24 hours.

The weekend in the American city of sin he had planned one of Justin Bieber’s live shows but the soloist must have felt very comfortable and the fact of being in contact with his audience has encouraged him. The night of July 9, he started it at the Encore theater in front of 1,500 spectators before whom he gave a concert of 18 songs, one of which was accompanied by Kid Laroi presenting his collaboration Stay for the first time live.

In the middle of the night, those present at the XS Nightclub enjoyed by surprise a mini-concert by the interpreter who gave them 5 songs (Where Are You Now, Cold Water, Peaches, Sorry and What Do You Mean) before 3000 people. With hardly any time to rest, Saturday night also played the Canadian’s music again.

The great fight of his friend Connor McGregor was the prelude to a private show of just 500 lucky people who enjoyed half a dozen of his songs and where he repeated with kid Laroi. Who gives more?

Since Purpose World Tour, the artist has not gone on stage to present his songs and everything indicates that the Justice World Tour that will start next February will be a show in style. In addition to having two full albums and an EP (Freedom) to present live, more than half a decade without going out in concert will have triggered the desire of the soloist to play.

For now, Justin Bieber has set a date for his first 52 concerts spread over just over 5 months in which he will tour the main US cities with some shows in Toronto (Canada).