Justin Bieber Takes the Stage
Justin Bieber has become an international pop music star, and getting tickets to Justin Beiber shows has become almost impossible thanks to his popularity. His family was poor, and his mother raised him by herself, mostly in low income housing. After posting a few YouTube videos of Bieber performing locally, he was discovered and quickly signed to a label. He even had the likes of Justin Timberlake and Usher competing for him with contract signing payments. It was a quick rise to success unlike most other musicians, and as such, Bieber spent a lot of his childhood in the limelight. Now that he’s an adult, he’s spending even more time there.
Bieber was born in Ontario, Canada, in 1994. Despite being still a young musician, he’s already shown that he is the real deal. In fact, Forbes magazine has ranked him as one of the top 10 most powerful celebrities in the world three times, beginning in 2011 when he was just 17 years old. His first album, My World 2.0, went platinum quickly in the U.S., and he’s put out a number of successful albums since then. His first major single, “Baby,” hit number five in the U.S. and number three in Canada. That album debuted at number one, making him the youngest artist to have a number one album since Stevie Wonder did it in 1963. He’s topped charts all over the world and has one of the largest social media followings, comparable only with other celebrities like Taylor Swift.
Bieber met with almost instant success in the U.S., and people were worried that the sudden fame would bring him crashing down. Despite a number of tabloid-type stories that were run about him and his alleged escapades all over the world, Bieber is still making and recording music, and touring around the globe like crazy. Whether you love him or hate him, there’s no denying that he’s a powerhouse right now in the music industry and that his fans are very devoted to him. Tickets to the Justin Bieber concert can be a great gift for yourself or other fans of his music that you might know.