Global superstar Justin Bieber has announced he will be visiting South Africa in 2017, as part of his Purpose World Tour.

The Canadian singer songwriter will be in Johannesburg on Sunday 14 May at FNB Stadium, and in Cape Town on Wednesday 17 May at Cape Town Stadium. Durban missed out. Again.

Bieber (22) was the fourth most talked about musical artist on Twitter during 2016.

The music video for “Let Me Love You” by DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber was released a week ago, and already has over 3 million views! (Watch below.)


Bieber has so far performed over 100 shows in this tour, and announced this week that he will also be adding a six-city stadium tour in the USA during summer 2017. Purpose has been his highest selling album of all time. Although launched in 2015, it has continued to perform highly – the 5th most streamed album on Apple Music in 2016, and ‘Sorry’ was Vevo’s most played video of 2016 (watch below).

On Tuesday, it was announced that Bieber has been nominated for four Grammy Awards.

Tickets go on sale in South Africa on 15 December.

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