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Bieber gig action on the way for England
The pop star behind such songs as Eenie Meenie and Boyfriend (the music video for which features Justin showing off some guitar playing skills) is going to be on English shores in February and March.
Following the UK number one success of his most recent album, Believe, he'll be making his way to Manchester on February 19th next year.
The steel city of Sheffield, across the Pennines, will then get a look-in on February 23rd.
Liverpool, Birmingham and Nottingham gigs will follow on February 24th and 27th and March 2nd respectively. Then the capital itself, London, will welcome Justin on March 4th.
The singer's past albums include last year's Under the Mistletoe and My World. His latest LP features songs like Die In Your Arms and Catching Feelings.
Published by AW. Posted on 2 Jul 2012 16:37 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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