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Justin Bieber announces Dublin date as part of Purpose World Tour

Published 09/12/2015

Justin Bieber will be in Dublin on November 1, 2016.
Justin Bieber will be in Dublin on November 1, 2016.

Justin Bieber is coming to Dublin as part of his Purpose World Tour.

His album is currently number one in over 100 countries and he has recently enjoyed back-to-back worldwide smash hit singles.

And now off the back of a 64-city North America tour the global superstar Justin Bieber has announced the international dates of his Purpose World Tour beginning September 14, 2016 in Berlin and includes a date for Ireland at the 3Arena Dublin on November 1, 2016.

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The hype around Bieber’s new music has hit an all-time high.

The album is shattering records worldwide including a record for having 17 songs in the Hot 100 in one week beating The Beatles and Drake and a new Spotify record for global streaming with over 200 million album streams in the first week.

Aiken Promotions have warned concert-goers to only purchase tickets from official outlets.

Fahlo members can purchase tickets for shows before the general public beginning December 11 at 4pm local time.

General public tickets will begin to go on-sale Thursday, December 17, 2015 at

Tickets for Justin Bieber at 3Arena, Dublin go on sale Thursday 17 November at 9.00am from:

All usual Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide

24hr Credit Card Bookings 0844 277 4455 (ROI) / 0844 277 4455 (NI)

Book on line

Under 16s should be accompanied by 18+

Under 14s are not permitted in the General Admission/Standing area

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