Where Do Justin Bieber Tickets For His 'Purpose' World Tour Rank Historically?

(UPDATE 3/10/16) Whether a Belieber or not, there's no denying the success Justin Bieber has found with the release of his latest No. 1 album, Purpose. The beleaguered pop star has battled through a turbulent last two years, from egging houses and public drag racing to fights and illicit drug use, but has returned to the limelight with a level head and a newfound sense of maturity. A slew of memorable hooks throughout Purpose that has every age group nodding their head when listening certainly hasn't hurt the public's opinion, either.

Bieber's contagious songs will be on full display along his "Purpose" World Tour this spring and summer. The 22-year-old embarked on the monumental run last night in Seattle and will make 63 more stops in the U.S. and Canada through July. It appears that fans will be paying up to attend, too, as Justin Bieber tickets on the secondary market along the four-month North American stretch are reaching record highs for the Ontario-born singer.

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According to TicketIQ, the average price for Justin Bieber tickets over the remaining 63 shows is now $463.78 - easily making it his most expensive tour on average ever. The "Believe" World Tour, which ran between 2012 and 2013, owned a secondary market average of $180, marking a 157% average price jump between tours. His maiden world tour, the "My World" Tour from 2010-11, averaged a $285 ticket across 80 dates in the U.S. and Canada.

Bieber makes his most expensive upcoming stop at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on March 25. That show currently owns a secondary market average of $914.27 and the cheapest ticket available is listed for a cool $237.50. Prior to the show in Sin City, his top-priced show came on November 11, 2010 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. That show averaged a $857.66 and the get-in price started at $149.50.

Conversely, a July 7 show at Baltimore's Royal Farms Arena is his cheapest gig at an average price of $254.39 and a $103 get-in price on the resale market. That is the highest price point among his cheapest shows by tour scale, with both the Believe and My World Tours holding shows well below the $200 average.

The Purpose World Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through July 19, capping with a two-night stay at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

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Justin Bieber Announces 'Purpose' Release Party and World Tour Dates

Justin Bieber (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Justin Bieber is releasing a new album and has just announced dates for a 2016 World Tour. Bieber has been all over the news recently, releasing new songs such as “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry,” which have blown up the Billboard charts and in YouTube views.

Bieber will be celebrating his album release on Friday, November 13 with two separate release parties at Staples Center. Billed as “An Evening with Justin Bieber,” the release party for Purpose will include a screening of the world premiere for a 45-minute dance film titled “PURPOSE: The Movement,” a live Q&A with Bieber and other surprises.

Originally there was only supposed to be one time for the release party, but because of such high demand a second time was added, both of which are sold out. The two times will be 6:00 and 9:00pm PT. Justin Bieber tickets have hit the secondary market for the release party with the early show averaging $158.07 with a get-in price of $31 and the late show averaging $99.72 with a $41 get-in price. At face value, tickets were just listed for $22, which included admission and a copy of the album.

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Aside from the release party, Bieber also announced dates for a world tour that will start in March. Tickets for the tour will go on sale Friday, November 20. 58 arena dates for the North American leg have been announced and include stops at Barclays Center, Staples Center and a last stop at Madison Square Garden. All announced Justin Bieber tour dates are listed below:

March 9 – Seattle, WA - KeyArena at Seattle Center

March 11 – Vancouver, BC - Pepsi Live! at Rogers Arena

March 13 – Portland, OR - Moda Center at the Rose Quarter

March 15 – Sacramento, CA - Sleep Train Arena

March 17 – San Jose, CA - SAP Center at San Jose

March 18 – Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena

March 20 – Los Angeles, CA - STAPLES Center

March 21 – Los Angeles, CA - STAPLES Center

March 25 – Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena

March 26 – Fresno, CA - Save Mart Center

March 29 – San Diego, CA - Valley View Casino Center

March 30 – Glendale, AZ - Gila River Arena

April 2 – Salt Lake City, UT - Vivint Smart Home Arena

April 4 – Denver, CO - Pepsi Center

April 6 – Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center

April 7 – Tulsa, OK - BOK Center

April 9 – Houston, TX - Toyota Center

April 10 – Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center

April 12 – Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena

April 19 – St. Louis, MO - Scottrade Center

April 20 – Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center

April 22 – Rosemont, IL - Allstate Arena

April 23 – Rosemont, IL - Allstate Arena

April 25 – Auburn Hills, MI - The Palace Of Auburn Hills

April 26 – Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena

April 28 – Columbus, OH - Schottenstein Center

April 29 – Washington D.C - Verizon Center

May 4 – Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center

May 5 – Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center

May 7 – Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center

May 10 – Boston, MA - TD Garden

May 13 – Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre

May 14 – Quebec City, BC - Videotron Centre

May 16 – Montreal, BC - Bell Centre

May 18 – Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre

May 19 – Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre

June 11 – Winnipeg, MB - MTS Centre

June 13 – Calgary, AB - Scotiabank Saddledome

June 14 – Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place

June 16 – Saskatoon, SK - Credit Union Centre

June 18 – Fargo, ND - FARGODOME

June 19 – Minneapolis, MN - Target Center

June 21 – Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena

June 22 – Des Moines, IA - Wells Fargo Arena

June 24 – Cincinnati, OH - U.S. Bank Arena

June 25 – Indianapolis, IN - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

June 27 – Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena

June 29 – Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

June 30 – Orlando, FL - Amway Center

July 2 – Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena

July 6 – Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum

July 7 – Baltimore, MD - Royal Farms Arena

July 9 – Newark, NJ - Prudential Center

July 10 – Hartford, CT - XL Center

July 12 – Buffalo, NY - First Niagara Center

July 13 – Pittsburgh, PA - CONSOL Energy Center

July 15 – Atlantic City, NJ - Boardwalk Hall

July 18 – New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden

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