In news that will excite his fans all over the country, Justin Bieber has confirmed that he will perform in New Zealand as part of his Believe world tour.
The 18-year-old pop superstar made the announcement on Twitter this morning, writing, “oh yeah…and just agreed to routing for EUROPE, RUSSIA, MIDDLE EAST, ASIA, AUSTRALIA and NZ, South America, and S AFRICA BELIEVE TOUR dates.”
Along with the huge announcement, the “Boyfriend” hitmaker also posted a video on YouTube of Never Say Never filmmaker John Chu signing a contract to agree to becmoe the creative director of the tour, saying it will be “the greatest show on the planet”.
Bieber will be in New Zealand for a promotional visit from July 18 – 20, with a small invite-only concert rumoured to be on his schedule.
He was last here in 2010 where thousands of fans packed Auckland International Airport to see his arrival, which saw his hat being stolen and held to ransom. He also performed an intimate gig at Strathallan College.