The rumours are true: the Biebs is coming back! The last time he played a public gig in the region was in Macau, when some very lucky Young Post readers got to meet the star.
Justin Bieber officially announced today on his site that he will be coming to Hong Kong as part of his Purpose world tour. The tour began in March 2016, and thus far, there is only one show in Hong Kong, which will be on September 27 at AsiaWorld Expo. He will then wrap up his world tour Santa Maria, the Philippines, on September 30.
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There are no details yet on when ticketrs will be released, or how much they will cost - we'd advise fans to start saving, though - but with Justin baring his sould for Purpose, it's sure to be one heck of a show.
Justin Bieber is currently riding high in the charts, with three songs featured in the US Billboard Hot 100 - Despacito, I'm the One and 2U - so we can assume his autumn show will contain at least some of those hits, as well as classics from his four studio albums. And no doubt he'll play Sorry, the song that made him the fastest male solo artist to reach 1 billion views record on VEVO.