Justin Bieber will play a second date in Dubai next month, thrilling thousands of fans that were left ticketless when the first sold out.
The chart-topping teen will extend his stay in the emirate with a second gig at The Sevens Stadium on Sunday May 5.
The announcement comes after a gig a day earlier at the same venue sold out last week.
With a capacity of 25,000 for the gigs, this means a total of 50,000 ‘Beliebers’ will have the chance to see their hero in action, which promoters claim make it the biggest gig ever held in Dubai.
The Canadian star, who turned 19 last month, burst to fame at just 15 years old, when he became the first artist to have seven US Billboard hit singles from a debut record, My World.
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