The UK leg of Justin Bieber’s Purpose tour recently came to an end, however, he has confirmed that he’ll be returning for two massive shows next summer.
On June 30, Bieber will be heading to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium for his first ever Welsh gig. A few days later, on July 2, he will headline British Summer Time festival in London’s Hyde Park.
Whilst the support acts for Cardiff are currently unannounced, it has been revealed that Martin Garrix, Tove Lo and Anne-Marie will be joining Bieber in Hyde Park.
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Bieber is the third high profile act to announce a show at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium for next year. Coldplay and Robbie Williams have already confirmed huge summer shows there.
The ‘Sorry’ singer is also the fourth act to be announced as a BST Hyde Park headliner.
Phil Collins, Green Day and Kings of Leon will also perform headline slots at the iconic outdoor venue. Bieber will follow in the footsteps of legendary acts such as Take That, Stevie Wonder and Taylor Swift, who have all headlined in recent years.