Justin Bieber Concert Tour Dates 2011
February 12, 2011 by Post Team
Justin Bieber Concert Tour Dates 2011, The Queen of Soul is looking out for King James. Aretha Franklin was on hand Friday as LeBron James and the Miami Heat visited the Detroit Pistons. She sat in the second row alongside the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
He was considered one of Franklin’s first public appearances since his operation on December 2 for an unknown illness. Franklin announced in November that it would cancel all concert dates and personal appearances through May on the orders of doctors. Neither Franklin nor his agent has said what was ailing the 68-year singer.
Justin Bieber concerts 2011 are becoming global. Justin Bieber’s tour dates 2011 in Europe and Asia are coming to spread beyond the fever in North America. The United States and Canada have already fallen at the feet of the idol from, so now the young king needed new subjects. It has already sold here, going on talk shows, Super Bowl ads, and comedy sketches to promote his concert film in 3-D. But from March 4, tour dates, Bieber removes her American fan girls until the summer.
It was difficult to turn on the television without seeing Bieber America – at least more than usual. In the accumulation of his “Never Say Never” 3-D movie, it was seen on “The Daily Show,” “Saturday Night Live” talk shows and even several in a Super Bowl ad with Ozzy Osbourne.
Did you see Justin Bieber on YouTube? Did you see Justin Bieber in Never Say Never? You saw him on “SNL,” “The Today Show” and even “The Daily Show.” And now, you probably have a yen to see the Bieb live and in person. Well, the 16 year old will hit the road, and hit hard! So where is he going on this world tour My World?
Throughout Europe and Australia with a bonus couple dates in places like Isreal and Kuala Lumpur. Her tour ends in mid-May, when it will probably take short, well-deserved rest. And chances are, it will hit the arenas of America. Here are the dates so far:
March 4 – Birmingham – United Kingdom
March 5 – Birmingham – United Kingdom
March 8 – Dublin – Ireland
March 9 – Dublin – Ireland
March 11 – Liverpool – United Kingdom
March 14 – London – UK
March 16 – London United Kingdom
March 17 – London United Kingdom
March 20 – Manchester – United Kingdom
March 21 – Manchester – United Kingdom
Mar. 23 – Sheffield – United Kingdom
March 24 – Nottingham – UK
Mar. 26 – Oberhausen – Germany
Mar. 27 – Rotterdam, Netherlands
March 29 – Paris, France
March 30 – Merkem, Belgium
April 1 – Herning, Denmark
April 2, Berlin, Germany
April 5 – Madrid, Spain
April 6 – Barcelona, Spain
April 8 – Zurich, Switzerland
April 9 – Milan, Italy
April 14 – Ramat Gan, Israel
April 21 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
April 26-Brisbane, Australia
April 28 – Sydney, Australia
April 29 – Sydney, Australia
May 2 – Melbourne, Australia
May 3 – Melbourne, Australia
May 5 – Adelaide, Australia
May 7 – Perth, Australia
May 10 – Manila, Philippines
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