Entertainment Justin Bieber Tour Scales Back To Smaller Venues As Coronavirus Fears Impact Ticket Sales

19:50  08 march  2020
19:50  08 march  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

Justin Bieber Releases His New Album, Changes — His First in 5 Years

  Justin Bieber Releases His New Album, Changes — His First in 5 Years After dropping singles "Yummy," "Get Me" and "Intentions" in recent weeks, Justin Bieber released his new 17-track studio album, ChangesAt 12 a.m. midnight on Friday, the singer, 25, dropped his 17-track fifth studio albumChanges, his first new record since 2015’s Purpose.

The deadly coronavirus is impacting the music business and Justin 's upcoming Changes Tour has seen some venues downsized by tens of thousands of seats as ticket sales stalled.

Justin Bieber can’t blame this one on Coronavirus . Bieber is now moving some of those stadium shows to much smaller arenas to avoid playing And there's even better news for fans who want to catch Bieber at the iconic Pasadena stadium but haven't yet bought tickets : Don't worry, there are

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Justin Bieber's upcoming stadium tour is scaling back to smaller venues due to sluggish ticket sales.

As Variety reports, fears over the spread of the coronavirus have been impacting sales of tickets for live music events, with numerous acts cancelling and postponing shows in recent weeks, while the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas was cancelled outright.

Bieber's stadium tour in support of his new album, Changes, has announced that several previously announced venues have been changed to smaller ones.

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While there has been no official announcement from any of Bieber's social media platforms, several arenas have shared news of venue changes on Twitter.

For example, a tweet sent out by Nashville's Bridgestone Arena announced the show will now be taking place at the 20,000-seat arena instead of its original venue, Nissan Stadium, which has a capacity of more than 69,000.

Other affected dates include Glendale (June 5), Houston (June 27, originally scheduled for July 2), Dallas (June 28, formerly June 27), Columbus (Aug. 8), Indianapolis (Aug. 14), Washington, DC (Aug. 21) and Detroit (Aug. 30, formerly Aug. 21).

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