Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber, hailing originally from Canada, has created quite a stir throughout the musical community. Topping the lists of teenybopper celebrity crushes all over the world, this young man was discovered only a few years ago, in 2008, by famous music producer and occasional talent scout Scooter Braun. Young Bieber's big break came about through none other than YouTube - Braun found Bieber's videos posted online, and the rest, as they say, is history. Today, Bieber is the artist behind any number of top ten and top thirty singles and full blown albums alike. It is, no doubt, an accomplishment to be admired, particularly in one so young.
Justin Bieber, despite the vehemence of some of his detractors has not only a large, widespread, and loyal fan base, but also a particularly enthusiastic one. Occasionally, it can border on maniacal - these are, after all, hormonal teenagers and preteens - as evidenced by previous dangers of stampeding crowds at world tours and outdoor concert venues featuring the ultra-popular young singer. Arguably most famously, Justin Bieber's last tour in Australia had to be cut short with a disappointing cancellation of his highly anticipated outdoor concert due to the dangers of a violently overenthusiastic audience.
However, for those who were disappointed or upset at the last hasty closing of the young pop sensation's trip through Australia, Bieber has granted a boon. It has been announced that he will be returning to the country of Australia around the middle of April 2011 to attempt a national tour - hopefully without inadvertently creating the absolute bedlam of his last attempt at tackling an Australia centric musical tour! This time, sources have confirmed that Bieber will be scheduled to perform at Acer Arena on the 28th of April. In addition, he has delighted fans all over the country with the announcement that he will be performing additional follow up shows in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide. In other words, this spring, Justin Bieber will be hitting up quite a range of major Australian cities. Fans throughout the country should be able to find a concert near them at some point during the course of the tour.
However, they are advised to start planning early - and to get their hands on quickly selling tickets! No doubt these exclusive concerts will be sold out in a flash. At the moment, tickets can be purchased through several different venues, including Ticketek. The specific dates of the tour are Tuesday, April 26 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Thursday April 28 at the Acer Arena in the city of Sydney, Monday May 2 at the Laver Arena in Melbourne, Thursday May 5 at the main Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, and finally, Saturday May 7 at Burswood Dome in Perth. Fans of all ages are welcome at all of these venues, on any of these dates. In addition, New Zealand and Japan will likely both be included in an extended world tour, for fans in either of those locations who can't make it to the main Australian continent.
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