Justin Bieber’s touring concert in Malaysia this October
KUALA LUMPUR: The full opening of the international border after two years will not only boost the country’s economy but also mark the ‘return’ of international concerts.
The announcement is seen as timely when famous pop star Justin Bieber today announced the new dates of the Justice World Tour tour concert which will be held in 20 countries this year.
Bieber is also listed to perform at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in the capital on October 22.
The Canadian -born singer is expected to perform openly in Jakarta, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo covering 100 days until 2023.
Apart from Asian countries, the singer who is famous for the song Anyone is also expected to perform his special concert in front of fans in North America, South America, Europe, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the Middle East.
Representatives of the organizers, PR Worldwide and AEG in charge of bringing the singer said, in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak the company would take all safety measures to ensure a comfortable and safe environment not only for staff, artists and crew but also for the audience.
“We are very proud to bring the Justice World Tour to Malaysian fans this October. I believe this is an announcement that all Bieber fans are looking forward to.
“We can’t describe this feeling, to make a mega concert after almost two years,” he said here, on Wednesday.
According to PR Worldwide and AEG, the concert will be held in compliance with established health standard operating procedures (SOPs) including visitors having to complete the COVID-19 vaccination and tickets sold online.
source – Astro Awani