Following huge demand since announcing his 2016 tour, Justin Bieber is making sure that fans don't miss out on the chance to see him. The Sorry hit maker has added extra UK dates as part of his Purpose World Tour.
Bieber will kick of the UK leg of his tour at London's O2 Arena on 11 October with pit stops in Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield and Glasgow. He will now be playing four nights in London, as well as four in Glasgow, which the new dates occurring on 29 and 30 October.
His worldwide jaunt, which will launch in March with a North American leg spanning 64 dates, is in support of his new album Purpose, which was released on 13 November and features the hit singles What Do You Mean, Where Are U Now and Sorry.
Tickets cost from £56.95 to £135.70 and are on general sale from 9am on 17 December via Ticketmaster and other outlets. However, O2 Priority customers can purchase tickets 24 hours beforehand with an exclusive pre-sale available from 9am today (16 December).
Earlier in December the 21-year-old star took to the stage on 6 December when he performed at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball, alongside the likes of Calvin Harris, Little Mix and Ellie Goulding. His last tour on UK soil was in support of his 2012 album Believe, in a tour that grossed more than $200m (£132m).
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