Justin Bieber has announced a slew of tour dates for fall well into fellow Canadian hitmaker will then head to Las Vegas, Los Angeles. The Believe Tour (also advertised as Justin Bieber Live) is the second The tour was an early success in the United States, with many dates selling out in one hour. During the show in Los Angeles (on October 2), Bieber was joined onstage. Justin Bieber announced his tour dates for his 'Believe' Tour today, and a stop Oct 2 Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center On Sale June 2.
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Bieber's onstage banter offers vague platitudes about finding your purpose and being yourself. The most MJ moment occurs when he brings out a group of child dancers to breakdance, saying "this one's for the children" and "give it up for the children.
Bieber's interactions are guarded but intense — he lies down on the stage and lets front-row audience members lay their hands on him. Fans protested the dropping of a bit from earlier Bieber shows in which he brings a girl onstage to sing his hit "One Less Lonely Girl" to her, and it was added back into the show.
Bruce Springsteen does an identical bit with "Dancing in the Dark," bringing a fan onstage to dance with him, making a show of erasing the boundaries between fans and star. And fans who go too far off-script during these encounters risk getting bounced.
A strong sense of paranoia pervades the show — Bieber first appears in a clear box, elevated above the audience, like the David Blaine stunt. Shortly thereafter, a wire cage with LED sparks circling around it is lowered over him.
With long, floppy, bleached-blond hair and a trench coat, Bieb looks like a cyberpunk Thin White Duke. There is a heavy futuristic component to the Purpose tour visuals — endless zooms into computer-animated never-ending neon tunnels.
Bieber appears like the heroine of Ghost in the Shell — an augmented super-being, outfitted with unnatural advantages. Some of the things Justin Bieber does onstage: Thank you but no thank u. To those in la that were authentic I appreciate you. Bieber freaked out — he wants his fans to feel close to him but not necessarily be that close to him, at least not offstage. The day after the show, Justin posted a photo of him cradling a child with a serene Virgin Mary look on his face.