Justin Bieber has announced a new Summer 2020 tour. However, there are still many details about the tour not yet known at the time of this article’s writing. The Canadian singer, known for such pop hits as “Baby” and “Sorry,” has recently announced the new tour on his website. The tour will go to 45 cities across the United States and Canada, beginning in May and ending in September. A few days ago, the singer took to Instagram with a cryptic post.


The picture shows a black background with white text that reads, “Bieber 2020.” In a caption beneath the post, Bieber wrote, “January 27, January 28th, January 29th… February 14th.” January 27 is the day when the documentary Justin Bieber: Seasons will be available to stream on YouTube Red. It is possible that the other dates mentioned in the post will give information about the forthcoming tour, or perhaps a new album release from the pop star.

The dates for the tour, taken from Bieber’s website, are listed below.

May 14
Seattle, Washington, USA
CenturyLink Field

May 17
Portland, OR, USA
Moda Center

May 19
Sacramento, CA, USA
Golden1 Center

May 22
Santa Clara, CA, USA
Levi’s Stadium

May 26
San Diego, CA, USA
Pechanga Arena San Diego

May 29
Pasadena, CA, USA
Rose Bowl Stadium

Jun 2
Las Vegas, NV, USA
T-Mobile Arena

Jun 5
Glendale, AZ, USA
State Farm Stadium

Jun 9
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Vivint Smart Home Arena

Jun 13
Denver, CO, USA
Empower Field at Mile High

Jun 16
Lincoln, NE, USA
Pinnacle Bank Arena

Jun 19
Chicago, IL, USA
Soldier Field

Jun 21
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Target Center

Jun 24
Milwaukee, WI, USA
Milwaukee Summerfest

Jun 27
Arlington, TX, USA
AT&T Stadium

Jun 30
New Orleans, LA, USA
Smoothie King Center

Jul 2
Houston, TX, USA
NRG Stadium

Jul 6
Kansas City, MO, USA
Sprint Center

Jul 8
Tulsa, OK, USA
BOK Center

Jul 11
Nashville, TN, USA
Nissan Stadium

Jul 13
Saint Louis, MO, USA
Enterprise Center

Jul 15
North Little Rock, AR, USA
Simmons Bank Arena

Jul 18
Atlanta, GA, USA
Mercedes Benz Stadium

Jul 21
Miami, FL, USA
AmericanAirlines Arena

Jul 25
Tampa, FL, USA
Raymond James Stadium

Jul 27
Columbia, SC, USA
Colonial Life Arena

Jul 29
Greensboro, NC, USA
Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Aug 1
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Lincoln Financial Field

Aug 4
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
PPG Paints Arena

Aug 6
University Park, PA, USA
Bryce Jordan Center

Aug 8
Columbus, OH, USA
Ohio Stadium

Aug 12
Louisville, KY, USA
KFC Yum! Center

Aug 14
Cleveland, OH, USA
First Energy Stadium

Aug 16
Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Van Andel Arena

Aug 18
Lexington, KY, USA
Rupp Arena

Aug 21
Landover, MD, USA
FedEx Field

Aug 24
Buffalo, NY, USA
KeyBank Center

Aug 26
Albany, NY, USA
Times Union Center

Aug 29
Detroit, MI, USA
Ford Field

Sep 1
Ottawa, Canada
Canadian Tire Centre

Sep 3
Québec City, Canada
Videotron Centre

Sep 10
Toronto, Canada
Rogers Centre

Sep 14
Montreal, Canada
Bell Centre

Sep 17
Foxborough, MA, USA
Gillette Stadium

Sep 26
East Rutherford, NJ, USA
MetLife Stadium