Updates On Changes Tour 2020 of Justin Bieber: Concert Dates & Places

Justin Bieber's Changes Tour 2020

If you are a Justin Bieber admirer, then you must have already listened to his fifth studio album, Changes. He released the album on 14th February 2020, on the last Valentine’s Day under Def Jam Recordings and RBMG. Matter of fact, the album features famous stars like Post Malone, Clever, Lil Dicky, Travis Scott, Kehlani and Summer Walker. The first single of the album is Yummy, whereas, their second single, Intentions came up as a big hit.

The Changes Tour is the upcoming fourth concert of Justin Bieber in order to promote his album, Changes (2020). His fourth concert is scheduled on 14th May 2020 in Seattle, Washington. Let’s find out how his songs are doing on the Billboard and the internet. Also, know his concert dates and venues. Stay tuned.

Justin Bieber’s Changes Tour 2020

Justin Bieber, a Canadian singer, began hinting his musical comeback on social media in 2019. He had already announced on social media a little bit about his upcoming projects. After releasing four albums, he announced his fifth in 2020 on a YouTube video. Shortly after that, he came up with his album, Changes, which he released on 14th February 2020.

Justin Bieber's Changes Tour
Justin Bieber’s Changes Tour
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His first two singles; Yummy (released on 3rd January 2020) and Intentions (released on 7th February 2020) won the heart of millions. Matter of fact, Yummy listed number two on the Billboard Hot 100. He featured Quavo on his second single. For the promotion of his album, he also made his appearance on Saturday Night Live after seven years. The first week after the album got released, it made over 231,000 sales. However, his album, Purpose had made over 649,000 sales on its first week of release.

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Justin Bieber: Seasons

Many of Justin Bieber’s fans must know about his 2020 American docu-series, Justin Bieber: Seasons. The series describes the return of Justin into the music field. The director and executive producer of the series is (OBB Pictures) Michael D. Ratner.

The image of Justin Bieber
The image of Justin Bieber
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The series shows all the detailing about Justin’s return to music after the cancellation of his Purpose World Tour in 2017. Moreover, the series premiered on 27th January 2020 and contains 10 episodes.

Changes Tour: Dates & Venues

Changes Tour is a promotional tour by Justin Bieber in 2020 which contains several shows in different places in order to support his album, Changes (2020). His tour is scheduled to begin on 14th May 2020. Whereas, its end date is on 26th September 2020.

Although all the dates were initially fixed, several stadium dates were downsized to arena dates. The reason for that was slowing ticket sales which could be the result of public health concerns about the spread of the coronavirus. Due to some unforeseen circumstances, Justin had to relocate some of his concert destinations. Let’s check out the list of his concert venues with dates.

  • Seattle, WA, USA: May 14
  • Portland, OR, USA: May 17
  • Sacramento, CA, USA: May 19
  • Santa Clara, CA, USA: May 22
  • San Diego, CA, USA: May 26
  • Pasadena, CA, USA: May 29
  • Las Vegas, NV, USA: June 2

The following are some venues where Justin will be attending his concerts. Besides, he will be attending shows in Canada as well.

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Would Coronavirus Affect His Shows?

At the present time where the world is suffering from a pandemic, Coronavirus, it seems hard for Justin Beiber to hold concerts in different places in the US. Due to the spreading virus, there isn’t still any clarity about Justin’s concerts.

Also, it remains unclear how long time Coronavirus would last in the world. However, the Changes Tour crew has not revealed anything about the cancellation of their shows. Justin’s fans need to wait for more for further information about Justin’s concerts.

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