Justin Bieber Surpises Fans With New Single, Album and Tour Annoucement

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Justin Bieber fans got an extra Christmas present this year when the singer announced that he will be releasing a new single, “Yummy,” a new album and he’ll be hitting the road for a new tour in 2020.

It’s going to be a year to remember for Beliebers. The new single, “Yummy,” will be released on January 3. It’s Justin’s second single from his upcoming fifth studio album, which follows “10,000 Hours” with Dan +Shay.

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In addition to the tour, album and single, Justin will be releasing a new docuseries as well.

“As humans we are imperfect,” Justin said in a video posted on his YouTube page. “My past, my mistakes, all the things that I have been through. I believe that I am right where I’m supposed to be. And God has me right where he wants me.”

The 50-city trek kicks off on May 14 in Seattle, stopping in Las Vegas, Chicago, New York, Denver, Houston and Pittsburgh, and wrapping on September 26 in New Jersey. ”

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“We all have different stories,” he says in the video. “I’m just excited to share mine.”

Justin Bieber 2020 Tour Dates

May 14 – Seattle, Wash. – Centurylink Field
May 17 – Portland, Ore. – Moda Center
May 19 – Sacramento, Calif. – Golden1 Center
May 22 – Santa Clara, Calif. – Levi’s Stadium
May 26 – San Diego, Calif. – Pechanga Arena
May 29 – Pasadena, Calif. – Rose Bowl
June 02 -Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena
June 05 – Glendale, Ariz. – State Farm Stadium
June 09 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Vivint Smart Home Arena
June 13- Denver, Colo. – EmpowerField At Mile High
June 16 – Lincoln, Neb. – Pinnacle Bank Arena
June 19 – Chicago – Soldier Field
June 21  – Minneapolis, Minn – Target Center
June 24 – Milwaukee, Wis. – Milwaukee Summerfest
June 27 – Arlington, Texas – AT&T Stadium
June 30 – New Orleans, La. – Smoothie King Center
July 2 – Houston, Texas – NRG Stadium
July 6 – Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
July 8 – Tulsa, Okla. – BOK Center
July 11 – Nashville, Tenn. – Nissan Stadium
July 13 – St. Louis, Mo. – Enterprise Center
July 15 – N. Little Rock, Ark. – Simmons Bank Arena
July 18 – Atlanta, Ga. – Mercedes Benz Stadium
July 21 – Miami, Fla. – American Airlines Arena
July 25 – Tampa, Fla. – Raymond James Stadium
July 27 – Columbia, S.C. – Colonial Life Arena
July 29 – Greensboro, N.C. – Greensboro Coliseum
Aug. 1 – Philadelphia – Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 4 – Pittsburgh – PPG Paints Arena
Aug. 6 – University Park, Pa. -Bryce Jordan Center
Aug. 8 – Columbus, Ohio – Ohio Stadium
Aug. 12 – Louisville, Ky – KFC YUM! Center
Aug. 14 – Cleveland, Ohio – First Energy Stadium
Aug. 16- Grand Rapids, Mich. – Van Andel Arena
Aug. 18 – Lexinginton,Ky. – Rupp Arena
Aug. 21 – Landover, Md. – Fedex Field
Aug. 24 – Buffalo, N.Y. – Keybank Center
Aug. 26 – Albany, N.Y. – Times Union Center
Aug. 29 – Detroit, Mich. – Ford Field
Sept. 1 – Ottawa,Ontario – Canadian Tire Center
Sept. 3 – Quebec City, Quebec – Videotron Centre
Sept. 10 – Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
Sept. 14 – Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
Sept. 17 – Foxboro, Mass. – Gillette Stadium
Sept. 26 – East Rutherford, N.J. – Metlife Stadium