Canadian singer Justin Bieber is set to play a concert in the Middle East next year, the 18-year-old announced on his Twitter on Wednesday.
“oh yeah...and just agreed to routing for EUROPE, RUSSIA, MIDDLE EAST, ASIA, AUSTRALIA and NZ, South America, and S AFRICA BELIEVE TOUR dates,” he said on his official account on Wednesday.
The ‘Believe’ world tour will kick off early next year, but exact cities for the Middle East leg of the tour have not yet been announced.
The singer, who has sold over 15 albums worldwide, will follow in the footsteps of Madonna and Britney Spears, who played in the UAE in the last 12 months.
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