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Update: Justin Bieber cancels remaining tour dates, including Asia

UPDATE 25 Jul 2017: Justin Bieber has abruptly cancelled all of the remaining dates of his "Purpose World Tour" including the dates in Asia.

The cancellation was due to "unforeseen circumstances" and the news comes days after the singer was banned from performing in China due to his "bad behavior".

Most of his remaining dates were in the US, but he was also due to play six more shows in Asia, including the one in Singapore.

For more info on the refunds, visit smtickets.com.

Beliebers in Asia, are you ready?

Canadian pop prince Justin Bieber is bringing his “Purpose World Tour” to the Philippines on 30 September 2017 at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.

So far, Philippines is his only Southeast Asian stop and third Asian country for the massive global tour alongside Hong Kong and Japan.

The tour is to support his fourth studio album of the same name which consists of many of his chart-topping hits like “What Do You Mean”, “Sorry”, “Where Are Ü Now”, “Love Yourself”, and “Company”.

This will mark Justin’s second concert in Philippines. His first concert was held six years ago.

However, in 2013, Justin came to Philippines to help the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda AKA Typhoon Haiyan, which had killed at least 6,300 people in the country.

Ticket prices for Justin Bieber’s Purpose Tour is already out at smtickets.com, but will only go on sale starting from 9 July 2017 onwards.

The tickets range from PHP1,575 to PHP17,850

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