Justin Bieber has revealed that he’ll be taking his Purpose tour down under while bringing along a special musical guest. None other than Martin Garrix will join the singer on his first ever run of stadium shows in Australia, and his first set of dates there since 2013. Garrix will hit the road with Bieber in March and join him at every stop along the way as the two musicians hit some of the biggest cities in the country.
News of the collaborative tour doesn’t come as a major surprise considering that both Justin Bieber and Martin Garrix are managed by Scooter Braun, and only furthers the pop star’s continued flirtations with the dance music community. Bieber and Garrix will perform at nib stadium in Perth on March 6 and Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium on March 10, followed by Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on March 13, Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on March 15 and Mt Smart Stadium on March 18 in Auckland.
With previous collaborators like Skrillex, Diplo and Major Lazer having already released tracks with Bieber, the news of the cooperative tour naturally raises the possibility that the Canadian vocalist will hit the studio with Martin Garrix, though that’s still pure speculation at this point.
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