Justin Bieber has announced new dates for his 'Justice World Tour'.

The 'Yummy' hitmaker will tour five continents, travelling to over 20 countries and playing more than 90 dates between May 2022 and March 2023.

Justin will play in the UK from February 8-26 2023 with shows in Glasgow, Aberdeen, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield.

The new dates come after the recently announced 52-date North American tour next year, which will kick off in San Diego on February 18.

The 'Justice World Tour' will mark the 'Sorry' singer's first global outing since 2017 and promises to be a celebration for the star's fans after the shows were initially sidelined due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The tour is named after Justin's latest smash hit album 'Justice', which was released in March and debuted as the most-streamed record in 117 countries and spawned hits such as 'Anyone' and 'Peaches'.

Bieber's duet with The Kid LAROI, 'Stay', was released in July and became the fastest song ever to hit a billion streams on Spotify.

The pop star live-streamed his first full performance for three years in Los Angeles on New Year's Eve 2020 and expressed his wish to reconnect with his fans around the world.

Justin said: "We've been working hard to create the best show we've ever done, and we can't wait to share it with fans around the world. I'll see you soon."

Tickets will go on general sale from Friday (19.11.21) with more shows to be announced in Asia and the Middle East soon.

Justin Bieber's 'Justice World Tour' Worldwide Dates:


May 22 Monterrey, Mexico - Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey

May 23 Guadalajara, Mexico - Estadio 3 de Marzo

May 25 Mexico City, Mexico - Foro Sol

August 3 Skanderborg, Denmark - Smukfest

August 5 Malmo, Sweden - Bigslap Xl

August 7 Trondheim, Norway - Trondheim Summertime

August 9 Helsinki, Finland - Kaisaniemen Park

September 4 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Rock In Rio

September 7 Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional

September 10 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Estadio Único de La Plata

September 28 Cape Town, South Africa - Cape Town Stadium

October 1 Johannesburg, South Africa - Johannesburg FNB Stadium

October 13 Tel Aviv, Israel - HaYarkon Park

November 22 Perth, Australia - HBF Park

November 26 Melbourne, Australia - Marvel Stadium

November 30 Sydney, Australia - Sydney Football Stadium

December 3 Brisbane, Australia - Suncorp Stadium

December 7 Auckland, New Zealand - Mt Smart Stadium


January 13 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ziggo Dome

January 16 Hamburg, Germany - Barclays Arena

January 18 Zürich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion

January 21 Lisbon, Portugal - Altice Arena

January 23 Madrid, Spain - WiZink Center

January 25 Barcelona, Spain - Palau Sant Jordi

January 27 & 28 Bologna, Italy - Unipol Arena

January 31 Cologne, Germany - LANXESS Arena

February 2 Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle

February 4 Berlin, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Arena

February 8 Glasgow, UK - OVO Hydro

February 11 Aberdeen, UK - P&J Live

February 13 & 14 London, UK - The O2

February 22 Birmingham, UK - Resorts World Arena

February 25 Manchester, UK - AO Arena

February 26 Sheffield, UK – Utilita Arena

March 6 Paris, France - Accor Arena

March 9 Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle

March 11 Budapest, Hungary - Budapest Arena

March 12 Prague, Czech Republic - O2 Arena

March 15 Stockholm, Sweden - Tele2 Arena

March 17 & 18 Copenhagen, Denmark - Royal Arena

March 20 Antwerp, Belgium - Sportpaleis

March 24 Vienna, Austria – Wiener Stadthalle

March 25 Krakow, Poland - TAURON Arena