We called it!
Justin Bieber is making some changes to his Changes Tour, just like we predicted on our podcast!
On Friday, it was announced that the Yummy singer will be moving some of the stadium shows on his 45-date tour to much smaller arenas so he won’t have to perform in front of a half-empty venue.
Because, as some have already noticed, Bieb’s upcoming tour — which is being supported by Kehlani and Jaden Smith — has NOT been selling well!
Eight arenas posted similar notices on their Twitter accounts telling fans the stadium shows were being moved indoors due to “unforeseen circumstances” — aka, low ticket sales!
As you can see (below), the superstar’s June 27 show at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas has changed to the American Airlines Arena in Dallas on June 28:
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the @justinbieber concert at AT&T Stadium on June 27 is being relocated to America Airlines Center on Sunday, June 28.
— American Airlines Center 🎟 (@AACenter) March 6, 2020
Similarly, his July 2 show at NRG Stadium show has been moved to Houston’s Toyota Center on June 27; an August 14 concert at FirstEnergy Stadium in Indianapolis was moved to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse; his August 21 show at FedEx Field outside of Washington, D.C. will now be at Capital One Arena; and the show at Detroit’s Ford Field on August 29 has moved to Little Caesars Arena on August 30.
Concerts in Nashville, Columbus, Ohio and Glendale, Arizona have also been downgraded. But it’s not curtains for every stadium: Bieber is still playing big gigs in Seattle, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Pasadena, California.
Why do U think Beliebers aren’t buying tix, Perezcious readers?
[Image via WENN/Instar.]