Justin Bieber w/ Carly Rae Jepson


Nov 21, 2012 – 07:00 PM - 11:00 PM

6 Championship Drive
Auburn Hills, MI 48326 Map

  • Justin Bieber
  • Carly Rae Jepsen

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Tickets Go On Sale June 2nd


(May 23, 2012 - New York, NY) Bieber Fever is taking the world by storm yet again! As millions of fans count down the days until the June 19 release of his fourth studio album, BELIEVE, platinum- selling pop singing sensation Justin Bieber announces a headlining tour of North America. The “Believe” Tour, presented by AEG Live and featuring Carly Rae Jepsen as special guest through January, will begin September 29th in Glendale, Arizona at the Arena and blaze a trail through more than 45 cities before wrapping up in Miami, Florida on January 26, 2013 at the American Airlines Arena. (Please see complete tour itinerary below.)

Justin Bieber’s Fan Club Presale will begin at Noon local time on Wednesday, May 23rd. Log into or join now with a Quarterly or Yearly Membership Package in order to get first access to tickets for the North American Tour! Through joining, fans will receive a pre-sale access code which allows the purchase of up to 4 tickets for up to 4 shows on the tour plus some exclusive Bieber merchandise. For more information, go to

American Express will offer a pre-sale to U.S. residents May 24th through May 31st and Canadian residents May 24th through May 30th. General public on-sales will follow on June 1st for Canadian residents and June 2nd for U.S. residents.

A number of VIP packages will also be offered on the upcoming tour. In addition to great seats, VIP packages can include Meet & Greets and photo opportunities with Justin Bieber, autographed memorabilia, exclusive VIP merchandise and much more! For more information on VIP packages, please visit

Additionally, $1.00 from each ticket will be donated to Pencils of Promise, a charity which works to build schools and increase educational opportunities in the developing world. The goal is to build 15 schools around the world for needy children. Details at

As part of the “Believe” Tour, U.S. and Canadian residents ordering tickets online will have the opportunity to pre-order a digital copy of Justin Bieber’s BELIEVE album with every ticket purchased. BELIEVE takes flight on the wings of “Boyfriend,” its first worldwide smash single, which hit #1 at iTunes the second it was released, and set a world-record for debuting #1 on iTunes in 32 countries. The “Boyfriend” video has shattered all YouTube records since its MTV premiere (on May 3rd). The clip generated 8 million views in its first 24 hours, and has garnered over 44 million views to date. BELIEVE is Executive Produced by Scott "Scooter" Braun and Usher Raymond IV, and track producers include Max Martin, Mike Posner, MdL, Diplo, Hit-Boy, The Messengers, Zedd, Rodney Jerkins, and Justin’s vocal producer, Kuk Harrell. The album features guest appearances by Ludacris, Nicki Minaj, Drake, and Big Sean.

Sep 29 Glendale, AZ Arena On Sale June 2
Sep 30 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand On Sale June 2

Oct 2 Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center On Sale June 2
Oct 3 Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center On Sale June 2
Oct 5 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center On Sale June 2
Oct 6 Oakland, CA The Oracle Arena On Sale June 2
Oct 8 Portland, OR Rose Garden On Sale June 2
Oct 9 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome On Sale June 2
Oct 12 Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome On Sale June 1
Oct 15 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place On Sale June 1
Oct 16 Saskatoon, SK Credit Union Centre On Sale June 1
Oct 18 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre On Sale June 1
Oct 20 Minneapolis, MN Target Center On Sale June 2
Oct 21 Milwaukee WI BMO Harris Bradley Center On Sale June 2
Oct 23 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena On Sale June 2
Oct 24 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena On Sale June 2
Oct 26 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center On Sale June 2
Oct 27 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center On Sale June 2
Oct 29 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center On Sale June 2
Oct 30 Houston, TX Toyota Center On Sale June 2

Nov 1 Memphis, TN FedExForum On Sale June 2
Nov 2 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center On Sale June 2
Nov 4 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center On Sale June 2
Nov 5 Washington DC Verizon Center On Sale June 2
Nov 9 East Rutherford, NJ IZOD Center On Sale June 2
Nov 10 Boston, MA TD GARDEN On Sale June 2
Nov 12 Brooklyn, NY Barclay's Center On Sale June 2
Nov 20 Pittsburgh, PA CONSOL Energy Center On Sale June 2
Nov 21 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills On Sale June 2
Nov 23 Kanata, ON Scotiabank Place On Sale June 1
Nov 26 Montreal, QC Bell Centre On Sale June 1
Nov 28 New York, NY Madison Square Garden On Sale June 2

Dec 1 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre On Sale June 1 (at noon)

January 2013
Jan 5 Salt Lake City, UT EnergySolutions Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 7 Denver, CO Pepsi Center On Sale June 2
Jan 9 Tulsa, OK BOK Center On Sale June 2
Jan 10 N. Little Rock, AR Verizon Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 12 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center On Sale June 2
Jan 15 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 16 Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 18 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 19 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum On Sale June 2
Jan 22 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 23 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena On Sale June 2
Jan 25 Orlando, FL Amway Center On Sale June 2
Jan 26 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena On Sale June 2
$89.50, $79.50, $59.50 and $39.50 reserved.
Justin Bieber: Justin Bieber is the first artist ever to have seven songs from his debut album chart on the Billboard Top 100. He had both Usher and Justin Timberlake clamoring to sign him, and after signing with Usher’s label, now counts the superstar as a close friend. He has performed for U.S President Obama and worked with Ludacris, Kanye West and Miley Cyrus amongst others. Oh, and he’s only 22 years old.

Justin Bieber's story is nothing short of amazing--especially when you consider that he really only started singing when he was 13 years old. In 2007, merely a couple of years before tickets for Justin Bieber tour dates became worth their weight in gold, the boy star entered a local talent content in his native Ontario, Canada. Competing against peers who, unlike himself, were vocally trained and preened for the stage, Justin Bieber showcased a natural talent which was impressive enough to win him second place.

Wanting to share his success with friends and family, Justin Bieber posted videos from the competition on YouTube. Encouraged by the enthusiasm of those in his inner circles, he followed up with videos of him singing covers of well-known songs by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Ne-Yo and Usher. In 2008, he was officially signed to Island Records. Just a year later, Justin Bieber released his first single, "One Time", which also became his first Top 20 hit. When Bieber released his first LP, My World 2.0, in 2010, he had become a global phenomenon. The album itself reached #1 on the Billboard Top 200, making Bieber the youngest musician to top the chart since Stevie Wonder in 1963. The song "Baby" reached the top 5 on singles charts around the world, and the album reached the Top 10 of many international charts.

After a popular acoustic album, a Christmas album, and his first hit concert film, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Bieber began working on his third studio album. Even before Believe was released, the album's lead single -- "Boyfriend" -- was praised by new listeners, critics, and Beliebers, alike. In just a week, the song became the second-highest debut for digital sales ever. The song, along with the album, showcased a more mature sound from blossoming artist; shedding the bubblegum pop image that had entertained his fans at a younger age, in favor of a more developed, urban-inspired sound that showcased his deeper adult voice.

Concurrent with the opening of his second concert film, Justin Bieber's Believe, the artist embarked on a series of "Music Mondays", on which Bieber released a new song. After ten weeks, Bieber had released enough tracks for a limited release, iTunes exclusive album titled Journals. It came as no surprise when his fourth studio album, Purpose, debuted at #1 on the Top 200 in 2015. However, even Bieber himself was surprised when he became the first male artist in nearly a decade to have three #1 singles from one album: "What Do You Mean?", "Sorry", and "Love Yourself".

His fan base reaches to all four corners of the globe, and the demand for Justin Bieber tour dates is an international one. Make sure you don’t miss out by making Eventful YOUR source for all the latest news and up-to-date information on Justin Bieber tour dates.

Carly Rae Jepsen: Carly Rae Jepsen knew she was pushing her luck as Canadian Idol 2007 rolled on - choosing songs that were a nightmare in terms of clearance, like Rickie Lee Jones’ “Chuck E’s In Love”, and then shoving her retroussé nose into the arrangements more than any contestant before her.

“I got a reputation for that on Idol,” she giggles, sheepishly. “I‘m a stubborn girl. And it caused some headaches.”

It was during a post-finalé dinner with the band and musical director that the 22 year-old Mission, BC native was quietly told, “It was challenging, but you’re a true musician, because you know what you want.”

One year down the line, a vindicated Carly comments, “You gotta push to get what you want, but as long as you do it politely and treat people well, there’s no wrong in that.”

Indeed. Carly is endlessly polite as she pursues what she wants, not to mention effervescent, levelheaded, and unpretentious. But pursuing what she wants seems to be an essential part of her DNA. The real Carly Rae Jepsen was destined for a career in music with or without the chicken run we lovingly call Canadian Idol – which in any event was no more than a passing challenge suggested to her by an old high school teacher. Carly was, by her own admission, “skeptical”. She figured she’d use the free trip to Toronto as a way to find work.

With Carly’s debut Tug Of War, one gets the sense we’re hearing an album that would have shimmered into existence with or without the blue-lit over-exposure native to a nationwide talent contest. As Carly points out - without a hint of self-aggrandizement - there can’t be too many Idol-survivors whose first album contains nine self-penned originals.

Or for that matter, nine self-penned originals that are quite this good. Jepsen's unfussy debut plays like a middle passage through the stealth pop gloss of Nelly Furtado and the more adult concerns of Feist, whom Carly adores. Her childhood diet of James Taylor, Ella Fitzgerald, and Van Morrison serves her well on Tug Of War, from the smartly built, double-edged title track, to the sense of drama that invigorates the record’s centrepiece, “Sweet Talker”. Canada has already been exposed to Carly’s sensibilities through a nimble, sparkling cover of John Denver’s “Sunshine” (providing plenty of musicians with a forehead-slapping “Why didn’t I think of that first?” moment), but her intuitive grasp of simplicity as a musical force in and of itself is total, and it informs the entire album. In short, Tug Of War is a million miles away from the bubblegum factory.

But if you really knew Carly, you wouldn’t be surprised. This is the Carly who scored a bartending job at Vancouver's Media Club by singing to the manager; who instituted a still-running acoustic night at a local coffee shop; and who was in the midst of assembling a swing band when opportunity sent a certain TV show knocking. And it’s the Carly who raves about Cat Power’s The Greatest, sighing, “Eat your heart out with a bottle of wine. It’s awful. But wonderful. It’s wonderfully awful, but hurts in the best way.”

In other words, the Idolatory seems almost irrelevant now, when you stack it beside the self-possessed natural, triple-threat beauty, and all-round heart-melter who still cries at concerts because she loves music first and foremost, who found the perfect foil in producer Ryan Stewart, who took aggressive charge of the career she was always built for, and who emerged with an album that vibrates with the possibilities of the long arc ahead.

Tug Of War is no less than the album Carly Rae Jepsen wanted to make. And that’s all that need be said in the end. Although she should probably have the last word.

“I want to play good music that lasts a lifetime. You don’t need to be known by everybody. You just reach out to the people who feel what you’re doing, you know?

Spoken, as somebody once said, like a true musician.

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