Justin Bieber announces new album and tour, including Levi’s Stadium date

Justin Bieber Changes

Justin Bieber late Monday announced the forthcoming release of a new album and a spring tour that includes a stop at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.

The album, Changes, will drop on Feb. 14. The accompanying Changes Tour kicks off May 14 in Seattle and hits the Bay Area the following week, on May 22. Kehlani and Jaden Smith will open.

An American Express presale begins Thursday. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 14, the day of the album release, at Bieber’s website. $1 from each ticket purchased will be donated to the Bieber Foundation, which is committed to supporting mental health wellness.

Bieber has amassed more than 50 billion streams and more than 60 million album equivalent sales worldwide. The tour for his devious album, Purpose, sold out 64 U.S. and 52 international tour dates.

See the entire tour itinerary below.


Date               City                             Venue                                               

May  14           Seattle, WA               CenturyLink Field

17           Portland, OR             Moda Center

19           Sacramento, CA       Golden 1 Center

22           Santa Clara, CA       Levi’s® Stadium

26           San Diego, CA          Pechanga Arena San Diego

29           Pasadena, CA          Rose Bowl Stadium

June 2             Las Vegas, NV         T-Mobile Arena

5             Glendale, AZ             State Farm Stadium

9             Salt Lake City, UT    Vivint Smart Home Arena

13           Denver, CO               Empower Field at Mile High Stadium

16           Lincoln, NE                Pinnacle Bank Arena

19           Chicago, IL                Soldier Field

21           Minneapolis, MN      Target Center

24           Milwaukee, WI           American Family Insurance Amphitheater during Summerfest

27           Arlington, TX             AT&T Stadium

30           New Orleans, LA      Smoothie King Center

July  2             Houston, TX              NRG Stadium

6             Kansas City, MO      Sprint Center

8             Tulsa, OK                 BOK Center (without Jaden Smith)

11           Nashville, TN            Nissan Stadium

13           St. Louis, MO            Enterprise Center

15           Little Rock, AR          Simmons Bank Arena

18           Atlanta, GA                Mercedes-Benz Stadium

21           Miami, FL                   AmericanAirlines Arena

25           Tampa, FL                 Raymond James Stadium

27           Columbia, SC           Colonial Life Arena

29           Greensboro, NC       Greensboro Coliseum

Aug. 1             Philadelphia, PA       Lincoln Financial Field

4             Pittsburgh, PA           PPG Paints Arena

6             University Park, PA  Bryce Jordan Center

8             Columbus, OH          Ohio Stadium

12           Louisville, KY            KFC Yum! Center

14           Cleveland, OH          FirstEnergy Stadium

16           Grand Rapids, MI     Van Andel Arena

18           Lexington, KY           Rupp Arena

21           Landover, MD           FedExField

24           Buffalo, NY                KeyBank Center

26           Albany, NY                Times Union Center

29           Detroit, MI                  Ford Field

Sept.   1           Ottawa, ON               Canadian Tire Centre

3             Québec City, QC      Videotron Centre

10           Toronto, ON              Rogers Centre

14           Montreal, QC            Bell Centre

17           Foxboro, MA             Gillette Stadium

26           E. Rutherford, NJ     MetLife Stadium

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