Justin Bieber coming to India Purpose Tour 2017

Justin Bieber ‘Purpose’ Tour India 2017: 5 Bizarre Things to Know

Nowadays, when the nation is getting bored with the UP elections and PM Modi’s rallies, India has got something new to talk about. Let me tell you the good news bro!

Every youngster (not really everyone) is going mad over Justin Bieber coming to India. Yes, you heard it right! The international music sensation and the Grammy award winner, Justin Bieber, is on a World tour promoting his latest studio album ‘Purpose’. And as a part of it, Justin will be performing in Mumbai this year. Isn’t that mind blowing?

Before you go grab your wallet to book tickets, you must read these 5 bizarre things about Justin Bieber Purpose India Tour 2017.

5 Bizarre Things about Justin Bieber Purpose India Tour 2017

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1. JB Concert Tickets gonna cost you up to Rs 76,000

Don’t give me that strange look, it is true! This time if you want to see Justin Bieber sing live in India at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, you’re pocket gonna burn a lot. And, maybe you gotta sell your iPhones or may be that one kidney left with you after buying that iPhone.

Although,  Arjun Jain, the director at White Fox India clarified

“We have received a phenomenal response to the ticket sales and it has also taken the international management by surprise. To clarify to the audience, the tickets priced at 76,790 INR are the ones which are being overseen by Justin Bieber’s management personally. These tickets give the holders an exclusive backstage tour, featuring a sneak peak of what happens behind-the-scenes and what it takes to create the Purpose World Tour, invitation to the Purpose VIP Lounge, a premium merchandise package created exclusively for the them, and one exclusive commemorative laminate.”

 

2. It’s NOT on Weekend; 10 May 2017 is Wednesday!


That’s a bummer for all the Justin Bieber fans! The Purpose India 2017 concert is happening on 10 May 2017 which is surprisingly Wednesday. Most of the time, such live concerts are held on weekends. But to see Justin sing Where Are Ü Now live on stage, you gotta make up a strong excuse for your boss!!

3. Deepika Padukone may perform with Justin Bieber… Hell of a combo!


This might get you to spend a couple thousand bucks as Deepika Padukone might be there on stage with Justin Bieber during the Purpose India 2017 concert. How cool is that? And don’t forget there will definitely be a Justin & Deepika selfie too!

Not only Deepika, it is likely that Shah Rukh, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt will also be there for Justin’s maiden concert in India. Grab your hearts guys and girls, it will be AWESOME!

4. Expensive enough still Justin’s Purpose India Concert sold out in 24 hours

Yeah. Indian fans of Justin Bieber have set record of ticket sales! Inspite of the fact that tickets were expensive starting from Rs 4,060 to 76,000, Justin Bieber’s Purpose India tour tickets went off the counters like fire. The tickets were divided into categories: Diamond (Rs 25,200), Platinum (Rs 15,400), Gold (Rs 10,080), Silver (Rs 7,700) and GA (Rs 4,060), VVIP 3 (Rs 36,505), VVIP 2 (Rs 58,030) and VVIP 1 (Rs 76,790).

Some of the categories were sold out within 24 hours since the sale opened on Feb 22, 2017. And if you couldn’t buy it, then its too late to say sorry.

5. Purpose album has sold over eight million copies worldwide.


Justin’s studio album, Purpose, has become immensely popular and successful. Touring in support of his fourth studio album, ‘Purpose,’ which debuted at #1 in over 100 countries and has sold over eight million copies worldwide, Bieber is one of the most successful pop stars in the world today, with a recent world tour imbibing sold out dates across countries.

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