Justin Bieber is currently out on the road midway through the North American portion of his 2016 Purpose World Tour. Bieber is scheduled to tour Canada and the U.S. until mid July, when he will then wrap up in New York City at Madison Square Garden before heading overseas for his final leg. Tickets to see Justin Bieber throughout the summer months having been rising steadily since the tour’s launch in March, and the pop star’s two nights in the Big Apple are seeing huge demand.
Across all of Bieber’s dates, resale tickets are averaging a steady $425, according to data provided by ticket aggregator TiqIQ. Justin Bieber is scheduled to play two shows in Miami at the American Airlines Arena on July 2 and 3, and tickets for both nights are averaging $445, with the cheapest ticket available for $107.
Bieber will wrap up this portion of his world tour on July 18 and 19, when he will perform another set of double dates in New York City at Madison Square Garden. This final stop is currently averaging $734, with the cheapest ticket available for $175. The 22-year-old’s priciest stop, however, is slated to be his July 9 show at the Prudential Center in Newark, where tickets are averaging a whopping $1,070, with the cheapest ticket going for $225.
Justin Bieber’s tour is in support of his latest debut Purpose, which was released back in November. Purpose is home to his most recent hits “What Do You Mean,” “Love Yourself” and “Sorry,” three songs and smash hits that were dropped one right after the next. Fans last saw Justin Bieber out on the road in 2013 on his Believe Tour, and prior to that in 2010-2011 on his My World Tour.