Justin Bieber's World has just expanded again.
The teen-pop sensation and his hair have added a second leg of dates to their My World tour, including several shows in Western Canada.
Bieber who is already scheduled to perform in Toronto, London and Ottawa in August will stop in Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary in mid-September before hitting Vancouver in October and making his way back to Eastern Canada for Montreal and Toronto dates in November. See below for the full list of new dates.
Tickets for all the shows go on sale Friday, June 11 at the usual outlets, with many seats going for somewhere between $50 and $70 assuming you can get them.
Parents who would like to increase their chances of scoring tickets and are willing to dip into their kids' college funds can shell out much bigger bucks for one of three presale packages, which are available Wednesday, June 9:
The Ultimate VIP Experience package which goes for $350 in some markets includes a top-priced ticket in the front part of the floor, entry to a preshow sound check and party (including food & beverage), a gift bag, an autographed photo book or program, a commemorative ticket and more.
The U Smile package (price TBA) includes one top-priced ticket, gift bag, limited-edition laminate with lanyard and commemorative ticket.
The Love Me package which costs a measly $140 in some markets includes a lower-priced ticket, gift bag, laminate with lanyard and commemorative ticket.
And just to show he's not all about the money, Justin will be donating an entire dollar from each ticket sold to Pencils of Promise, a charity that builds schools in the developing world. Justins goal, according to a press release, is to build 15 schools for needy children. And if that means having to charge teenage girls $350 to watch him do a sound check, well, that's a sacrifice he's apparently willing to make. What a guy!
More info on the presales is available at www.bieberfever.com.
Justin Bieber's new My World Tour dates:
Sept. 14 | Winnipeg | MTS Centre
Sept. 16 | Regina | Brandt Centre
Sept. 17 | Saskatoon | Credit Union Centre
Sept. 19 | Edmonton | Rexall Place
Sept. 20 | Calgary | Pengrowth Saddledome
Oct. 19 | Vancouver | General Motors Place
Nov. 22 | Montreal | Bell Centre
Nov. 23 | Toronto | Air Canada Centre