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Believe Tour
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Tour by Justin Bieber
Associated album Believe
Start date September 29, 2012 (2012-09-29)
End date December 8, 2013 (2013-12-08)
Legs 7
Shows
  • 85 in North America
  • 47 in Europe
  • 10 in Asia
  • 2 in Africa
  • 8 in South America
  • 10 in Oceania
  • 162 Total
Box office US$209.2 million ($211.8 in 2014 dollars)[1]
Justin Bieber concert chronology
  • Believe Tour
  • (2012–13)

The Believe Tour is the second concert tour by the Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber. It was launched in support of his third studio album, Believe (2012).[2] Beginning in September 2012, the tour played over 150 shows in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australasia.

In 2012, the tour placed 23rd on Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tours". The tour earned $40.2 million from 35 shows.[3] The tour was honored again in 2013. It ranked 5th on Pollstar's "Top 100 Worldwide Tours—Mid Year"; earning $69.9 million from 67 shows.[4]

Background[edit]

The tour was announced on May 23, 2012, during Bieber's appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.[2] Dates were revealed for shows in the United States and Canada later in the day. Bieber stated the tour would be the biggest show on Earth. Shows in the United Kingdom were reported in July 2012,[5] with the tour expected to reach Asia, Australasia, South America, along with South Africa and the Middle East sometime in 2013.[6]

Rehearsals began in late July 2012 at the Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California.[7] Bieber and crew would conduct 10-hour rehearsal days. Bieber states he has a lot to prove with this tour.[8]

The tour was an early success in the United States, with many dates selling out in one hour.[9] The two shows at Madison Square Garden got sold in 30 seconds. In August, the singer conducted an online search for dancers on the tour.[10]

The tour kicked off in Glendale, Arizona at the Jobing.com Arena. The premiere made headlines for Bieber feeling ill during the show. His performances of "Out of Town Girl" and "Beauty and a Beat" were interrupted as the singer vomited on and off stage.[11]

Justin Bieber reported further troubles during the concert at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington. After the show, Bieber tweeted his personal laptop and camera were stolen during the show.[12] Many fans lashed out against the arena while others believed the incident was a hoax. Three days following the show, Vevo premiered the video for the singer's third single with an opening message: "In October of 2012, three hours of personal footage was stolen from musician Justin Bieber. The following footage was illegally uploaded by an anonymous blogger." Many media outlets reported the theft was a hoax to promote the music video. However, the singer's management still affirm property was stolen.[13]

When reflecting on the Believe Tour, Bieber's favorite moment was his introduction when he'd come down from the top of the stage in wings, and remain above the audience for about 30 seconds. Bieber explained, "It's going to be such a memorable moment from any tour. I think people will remember that. Coming down right from the beginning of the show, it's me and the wings for about 30 seconds. It's such a big moment. People are just captivated and there's nothing else going on, so that moment is going to bleed into their memory." [14]

Critical response[edit]

Bieber performing "Believe Tour" in October 2012.

For the tour premiere, Christina Fuoco-Karasinski (SoundSpike) felt his fans still suffered from Bieber Fever until she realized the vast amount of differences among ages. Bieber, a native of Stratford, Ontario, Canada, provided a show that made the cavernous arena seem intimate. Massive amounts of lasers sliced through the 15,000-seat venue, breaking Jobing.com Arena into several sections."[15]

For the show in Los Angeles, Matt Kivel (Variety) called the show epic yet strangely incoherent. He writes, "Without the pomp and glitz, his talent is unquestionable and the acoustic tracks allowed for a welcome respite from the sensory overload that characterized the evening. [...] His ambition has never been in question, but a greater thematic focus would go a long way toward helping Bieber reach the level of maturity for which he strives."[16]

For the same show, Sophie A. Schillaci (The Hollywood Reporter) says the show is absurd for those outside of Bieber's fanbase. She continues, "Vocally, Bieber shined the most with an acoustic performance of 'Fall', during which he strummed a guitar while propped up high above the stage. Through the rest of his set, which also included a high-energy if way too brief montage of 'One Time', 'Eenie Meenie' and 'Somebody to Love', the singing appeared to take a back seat to the dance moves and pyrotechnics, but audience interaction kept his fans coming back for more."[17]

Peter Hartlaub (San Francisco Chronicle) praised the stage design during the concert at the Oracle Arena. However, he felt the show was too scripted. He stated, "Every decision on the night seemed like a calculated part of Bieber's attempt to execute a full Timberlake, and move from preteen deity to full-blown cross-generational pop star."[18] For the concert at the Scotiabank Saddledome, Mike Bell (Calgary Herald) called the show a sensory catnip for tweens. He says, "The almost two-hour concert was so synthetic and filled with fake moments that it was difficult to actually discern what was being sung live and what was Memorex, with most of the songs such as 'All Around the World', 'One Time' and 'Beauty and the Beat' being so stripped of all humanity that they were merely one more element to the flash and bang taking place around it. Only on the odd occasion—songs such as 'Die In Your Arms', the acoustic 'Be Alright' and 'Beautiful', his duet with opener Carly Rae Jepsen—did he show off any real, albeit underwhelming, vocal talent, and even then it was difficult not to look at him and wonder if behind the screens and the curtain, there wasn't a tinman pushing the buttons and counting his money as the clock ticked down"[19]

Set list[edit]

This set list is representative of the show on June 28, 2013. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.[20]

  1. "All Around the World"
  2. "Take You"
  3. "Catching Feelings"
  4. "One Time" / "Eenie Meenie" / "Somebody to Love" (Medley)
  5. "Love Me Like You Do"
  6. "She Don't Like the Lights"
  7. "Die in Your Arms"
  8. "Out of Town Girl"
  9. "Be Alright"
  10. "Fall"
  11. "Never Say Never"
  12. "Beauty and a Beat"
  13. "One Less Lonely Girl"
  14. "As Long As You Love Me"
  15. "Believe"
  16. "Boyfriend"
  17. "Baby"

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
North America[25]
September 29, 2012 Glendale United States Jobing.com Arena Cody Simpson
Carly Rae Jepsen
13,428 / 13,428 $1,013,460
September 30, 2012 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 13,504 / 13,504 $1,076,868
October 2, 2012 Los Angeles Staples Center 27,546 / 27,546 $2,238,937
October 3, 2012
October 5, 2012 Fresno Save Mart Center 11,965 / 11,965 $1,323,632
October 6, 2012 Oakland Oracle Arena 14,126 / 14,126 $1,063,978
October 8, 2012 Portland Rose Garden Carly Rae Jepsen 14,550 / 14,550 $1,002,495
October 9, 2012 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 20,259 / 20,259 $1,338,701
October 10, 2012 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 14,423 / 14,423 $1,215,360
October 12, 2012 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome 13,631 / 13,631 $1,117,440
October 15, 2012 Edmonton Rexall Place 13,663 / 13,663 $1,137,620
October 16, 2012 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre 13,113 / 13,113 $1,052,590
October 18, 2012 Winnipeg MTS Centre 13,326 / 13,326 $1,048,840
October 20, 2012 Minneapolis United States Target Center 14,532 / 14,532 $1,071,284
October 21, 2012 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center 14,957 / 14,957 $1,065,557
October 23, 2012 Rosemont Allstate Arena 27,132 / 27,132 $2,125,924
October 24, 2012
October 26, 2012 Kansas City Sprint Center 13,972 / 13,972 $1,033,314
October 27, 2012 St. Louis Scottrade Center 15,034 / 15,034 $1,108,442
October 29, 2012 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,094 / 14,094 $1,066,183
October 30, 2012 Houston Toyota Center 13,084 / 13,084 $1,021,718
November 1, 2012 Memphis FedExForum 13,511 / 13,511 $932,669
November 2, 2012 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 16,334 / 16,334 $1,158,153
November 4, 2012 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 15,393 / 15,393 $1,247,574
November 5, 2012 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center Cody Simpson
Jaden Smith
14,472 / 14,472 $1,169,569
November 9, 2012 East Rutherford Izod Center 15,956 / 15,956 $1,233,492
November 10, 2012 Boston TD Garden 13,561 / 13,561 $1,087,270
November 12, 2012 New York City Barclays Center 14,261 / 14,261 $1,107,390
November 20, 2012 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center N/A 14,263 / 14,263 $1,029,318
November 21, 2012 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills Carly Rae Jepsen 15,469 / 15,469 $1,178,456
November 23, 2012 Ottawa Canada Scotiabank Place Carly Rae Jepsen
The Wanted
13,696 / 13,696 $1,104,550
November 26, 2012 Montreal Bell Centre 15,870 / 15,870 $1,255,360
November 28, 2012 New York City United States Madison Square Garden 27,280 / 27,280 $2,390,196
November 29, 2012
December 1, 2012 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre 43,817 / 43,817 $2,671,520
January 5, 2013 Salt Lake City United States EnergySolutions Arena Carly Rae Jepsen 14,693 / 14,693 $1,007,579
January 7, 2013 Denver Pepsi Center 13,629 / 13,629 $1,015,154
January 9, 2013 Tulsa BOK Center 12,985 / 12,985 $888,101
January 10, 2013 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 14,849 / 14,849 $974,452
January 12, 2013 San Antonio AT&T Center 14,653 / 14,653 $985,153
January 15, 2013 New Orleans New Orleans Arena Carly Rae Jepsen
Cody Simpson
13,986 / 13,986 $1,002,620
January 16, 2013 Birmingham BJCC Arena 13,530 / 13,530 $920,078
January 18, 2013 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,287 / 14,287 $1,046,887
January 19, 2013 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum 15,395 / 15,395 $998,126
January 22, 2013 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena 15,272 / 15,272 $1,089,601
January 23, 2013 Atlanta Philips Arena 12,686 / 12,686 $995,137
January 25, 2013 Orlando Amway Center 13,355 / 13,355 $1,009,923
January 26, 2013 Miami American Airlines Arena 27,580 / 27,580 $2,178,830
January 27, 2013
Europe[26][27][28]
February 17, 2013 Dublin Ireland The O2 N/A N/A N/A
February 18, 2013
February 21, 2013 Manchester England Manchester Arena Carly Rae Jepsen
Cody Simpson
28,678 / 28,678 $2,398,540
February 22, 2013
February 24, 2013 Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool N/A N/A N/A
February 27, 2013 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
February 28, 2013
March 2, 2013 Nottingham Capital FM Arena Nottingham
March 4, 2013 London The O2 Arena Carly Rae Jepsen
Cody Simpson
58,479 / 60,281 $5,053,170
March 5, 2013
March 7, 2013
March 8, 2013
March 11, 2013 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico N/A N/A N/A
March 14, 2013 Madrid Spain Palacio de los Deportes
March 16, 2013 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
March 19, 2013 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
March 22, 2013 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion Carly Rae Jepsen
Cody Simpson
13,000 / 13,000 $1,364,500
March 23, 2013 Casalecchio di Reno Italy Unipol Arena N/A N/A N/A
March 25, 2013 Łódź Poland Atlas Arena
March 28, 2013 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
March 30, 2013 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
March 31, 2013 Berlin Germany O2 World Neon Dogs 9,475 / 13,289 $810,632
April 2, 2013 Hamburg O2 World Hamburg 9,204 / 12,984 $871,682
April 3, 2013 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt N/A N/A N/A
April 5, 2013 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
April 6, 2013 Cologne Lanxess Arena
April 8, 2013 Strasbourg France Zénith de Strasbourg
April 10, 2013 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 35,751 / 36,939 $2,598,300
April 11, 2013
April 13, 2013 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome XS N/A N/A
April 16, 2013 Fornebu Norway Telenor Arena
April 17, 2013
April 18, 2013
April 20, 2013 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
April 22, 2013 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
April 23, 2013
April 24, 2013
April 26, 2013 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
April 28, 2013 Saint Petersburg Russia SKK Peterburgsky
April 30, 2013 Moscow Olimpiyskiy
May 2, 2013 Istanbul Turkey İTÜ Stadyumu
Asia[29]
May 4, 2013 Dubai United Arab Emirates The Sevens Stadium N/A N/A N/A
May 5, 2013
Africa[30]
May 8, 2013 Cape Town South Africa Cape Town Stadium N/A N/A N/A
May 12, 2013 Johannesburg FNB Stadium
North America[26][31]
June 22, 2013 San Diego United States Valley View Casino Center Hot Chelle Rae
Mike Posner
10,832 / 10,832 $915,852
June 24, 2013 Los Angeles Staples Center 27,994 / 27,994 $2,307,566
June 25, 2013
June 26, 2013 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose 12,996 / 12,996 $1,082,050
June 28, 2013 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 13,362 / 13,362 $1,103,893
June 30, 2013 Denver Pepsi Center 12,885 / 12,885 $1,022,453
July 2, 2013 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 12,209 / 12,209 $973,740
July 3, 2013 Dallas American Airlines Center 13,945 / 13,945 $1,141,555
July 6, 2013 Omaha CenturyLink Center Arena 14,109 / 14,109 $1,090,542
July 7, 2013 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 13,108 / 13,108 $1,040,329
July 9, 2013 Chicago United Center 14,574 / 14,574 $1,198,621
July 10, 2013 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 14,088 / 14,088 $1,091,325
July 12, 2013 Columbus Nationwide Arena 14,002 / 14,002 $1,101,544
July 13, 2013 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 15,084 / 15,084 $1,148,356
July 15, 2013 Buffalo First Niagara Center 14,789 / 14,789 $1,148,023
July 17, 2013 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 15,065 / 15,065 $1,243,009
July 18, 2013 Hartford XL Center 12,404 / 12,404 $1,032,636
July 20, 2013 Boston TD Garden 13,450 / 13,450 $1,123,874
July 23, 2013 Ottawa Canada Scotiabank Place 13,741 / 13,741 $1,102,540
July 25, 2013 Toronto Air Canada Centre 29,153 / 29,153 $2,398,100
July 26, 2013
July 28, 2013 Detroit United States Joe Louis Arena 15,148 / 15,148 $1,208,287
July 30, 2013 Newark Prudential Center 26,824 / 26,824 $2,211,502
July 31, 2013
August 2, 2013 New York City Barclays Center 14,587 / 14,587 $1,207,640
August 3, 2013 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center 14,647 / 14,647 $1,203,291
August 5, 2013 Columbia Colonial Life Arena 12,540 / 12,540 $996,246
August 7, 2013 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Ariana Grande
Cody Simpson
11,526 / 11,526 $936,990
August 8, 2013 Tampa Tampa Bay Times Forum 14,099 / 14,099 $1,101,576
August 10, 2013 Atlanta Philips Arena 12,407 / 12,407 $1,019,885
Asia[32][33]
September 23, 2013[a] Marina Bay Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit N/A N/A N/A
September 26, 2013 Bangkok Thailand Challenger Hall
September 29, 2013 Beijing China MasterCard Center
October 2, 2013 Dalian Dalian Arena
October 5, 2013 Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena
October 7, 2013 Saitama Japan Saitama Super Arena
October 10, 2013 Seoul South Korea Olympic Stadium
October 12, 2013 Cotai Macau CotaiArena
North America[35][36]
October 19, 2013 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum N/A 13,674 / 13,674 $1,707,044
October 22, 2013 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez 11,321 / 21,850 $941,883
South America[37]
October 24, 2013 Panama City Panama Estadio Rommel Fernandez N/A N/A N/A
October 26, 2013 Guatemala City Guatemala Estadio Cementos Progreso
October 29, 2013 Bogotá Colombia Estadio El Campín
October 31, 2013 Quito Ecuador Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa 18,962 / 27,000 $2,481,840
November 2, 2013 São Paulo Brazil Arena Anhembi 31,922 / 33,374 $3,266,480
November 3, 2013 Rio de Janeiro Praça da Apoteose 22,596 / 33,199 $2,460,450
November 6, 2013 Asunción Paraguay Jockey Club 11,325 / 22,780 $1,228,090
November 8, 2013[b] Córdoba Argentina Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes Carly Rae Jepsen 23,565 / 23,565 $2,633,870
November 9, 2013[b] Buenos Aires River Plate Stadium N/A N/A N/A
November 10, 2013[b]
November 12, 2013 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos Carly Rae Jepsen 47,969 / 52,300 $4,948,320
November 13, 2013 Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario N/A N/A N/A
North America[35]
November 18, 2013 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol N/A 98,358 / 107,746 $6,999,860
November 19, 2013
Oceania[39][40][41]
November 23, 2013 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena N/A N/A N/A
November 26, 2013 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre Cody Simpson 13,263 / 19,960 $1,655,360
November 27, 2013
November 29, 2013 Sydney Allphones Arena 22,911 / 24,566 $2,946,530
November 30, 2013
December 2, 2013 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 22,543 / 23,925 $2,706,030
December 3, 2013
December 5, 2013 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
December 8, 2013 Perth Perth Arena 10,732 / 11,087 $1,376,970
Total 1,576,488 / 1,631,724 $132,200,682

Cancelled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
February 23, 2013 Sheffield England Motorpoint Arena Sheffield Scheduling conflicts[42]
March 12, 2013 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico Unforeseen circumstances[43]
March 14, 2013 Barakaldo Spain Bizkaia Arena Logistical problems[44]
March 25, 2013 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier Scheduling conflicts[45]
May 6, 2013 Muscat Oman Al-Wattayah Stadium Unspecified[46]
November 24, 2013 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena Unforeseen circumstances[47]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The September 23, 2013 concert in Singapore at the Marina Bay Street Circuit was a part of the 2013 Singapore Grand Prix.[34]
  2. ^ a b c The concerts on November 8, November 9, and November 10 in Cordoba and Buenos Aires were a part of the Z Festival.[38]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  37. ^ South American box score:
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