Pop sensation Justin Bieber to perform in India on May 10

Justin Bieber will soon have a date with his Indian fans as he is going to be perform in Mumbai on May 10. The dream of most of the music aficionados will be realised on that date as he will be performing live at DY Patil Stadium.

He will be arriving in Mumbai as part of the Asian leg of Pupose World Tour. He will also perform at Tel Aviv and Dubai during his Asian jaunt. The tour has so far covered the USA, Canada and Japan.

Arjun Jain, director of White Fox India, the sole promoters of the tour, said in a statement, “Justin Bieber is the biggest artiste of our time and attracts a universal fan base across all ages. This tour is one of the most successful in the world at the moment and will further enhance India’s current cultural repertoire.”

Justin Beiber enjoys over 80 percent dedicated fan following in India.
Justin Bieber enjoys over 80 percent dedicated fan following in India. Photo courtesy: Popcrush

He further added, “Justin Bieber will be bringing an extraordinarily epic show propelled by state of the art production and of a magnitude that the country has not witnessed in recent times. There are few artistes who warrant such a dedicated fan base as Justin Bieber.”

During the show, Justin Bieber is expected to perform hits like “Where Are Ace Now,” “Boyfriend,” “Love Yourself,” “Company,” “As Long As You Love Me,” “What Do You Mean?” “Baby” and “Purpose”.

Arjun Jain further said, “He enjoys over 80 percent dedicated fan following in India and we envisage one of the biggest live events of the year.”

The negotiations for bringing the Purpose Tour to India were on for six months.

Bieber’s latest jaunt is in support of his fourth album, “Purpose,” in which he has experimented with more exploratory electronic sounds.

Fans can pre-register for tickets at www.bookmyshow.com from February 22. The passes start Rs. 4,000 onwards.

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Ashraf Jamal
Ashraf Jamal – Senior Writer

Ashraf Jamal brings a rare depth to writing equipped with a degree in journalism, a postgraduate degree in political science, and a degree in law from the Allahabad University. His experience includes editing and publishing the Northern India Patrika and writing for Times of India for almost a decade covering just about any topic under the sun including NRIs and Indian diaspora.

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