If you were planning to see Justin Bieber when he kicks off his [article id="1685633"]Believe Tour[/article] this September, then we hope you already got your tickets! According to Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, the trek is completely sold out.
On Saturday (June 2), Braun tweeted the big news. "What!?! Just found out @justinbieber sold out the entire #BelieveTour North America in 1 Hour and both MSG shows clean in 30 seconds!!!!" he wrote. "Blown away. Now we are gonna make sure the #BelieveTour is as epic as possible. Thank u for supporting the kid. Amazing."
The jaunt will kick off September 29 in Arizona before traveling all over North America, including stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Brooklyn (at the brand-new Barclays Center), New Orleans and more. The tour wraps up January 26, 2013, in Miami.
In May, Bieber spoke to us about the [article id="1685500"]tour[/article], explaining that he's got some big "surprises" in store for fans. "There's a lot of fun stuff. I've been really hard at work in the studio, in the dance studio, just kind of figuring out what I want to do as far as choreography and whatnot," he said. "I think the tour's going to be really special. We got a lot of surprises."
While it's a few months until Bieber kicks off his formal tour, he is currently traveling the globe promoting his new album. The jet-setting excursion has included several headline-making shows. Earlier this week, Bieber caused chaos when he performed in [article id="1686156"]Oslo, Norway[/article] and later caused a stir when he suffered a [article id="1686227"]concussion[/article] and [article id="1686317"]injured his eyebrow[/article] when he walked into a glass wall mid-show in Paris.
Bieber just wrapped up several shows in Italy and tweeted that he will soon land in Spain. He will release his new album, [article id="1685471"]Believe,[/article]on June 19. In the lead-up to the release, the singer just dropped a new single, [article id="1685945"]"Die in Your Arms,"[/article] last week.
When MTV News caught up with Bieber before Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, he threw all his [article id="1686142"]support behind multi-nominee "Bridesmaids."[/article] "I just think it was funny. It's kind of like the female version of 'The Hangover,' " he said.