Published On: Thu, Dec 1st, 2016

León expects Justin Bieber’s “The Purpose” World Tour

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There are 99.9% probabilities of Justin Bieber, the young Canadian recording artist, singer and composer, will be featuring a presentation at the Metropolitan Park, in León, Guanajuato  in the next few months.

According to Guanajuato based Newspaper, until the evening of November 30, the Guanajuato’s Tourism Office personnel in Los Angeles. CA, were still negotiating with the Canadian singer’s management team, in order to confirm a feature presentation in León, Guanajuato.

The Guanajuato’s Tourism Office will confirm if the 22-year-old artist is coming or not to León, at a press conference later on today Thursday December 1st.


Next up for Bieber are shows in Mexico in February and a tour of Australia, New Zealand, South America and Europe that will keep him on the road through June. (Google)

The Canadian singer will be bringing his Purpose World Tour” to Mexico City in three dates at the “Foro Sol”, on February 18, 19 and 20, and probably, he will open a new date for the Bajio region. This tour is being extended into 2017 with a dozen dates across Latin America.

On November 17, during a meeting with the Metropolitan Park Council, Municipal Tourism Director, Gloria Magaly Cano de la Fuente, talked to the members of the council about the possibility that the recording artist would feature a show in the city of León, next year.

Cano de la Fuente requested authorization from the Council’s members, in order to grant facilities to the organizers and the Metropolitan Park will be considered as an option for the concert in the negotiations, because this park can receive around 60 thousand people.


Justin Bieber in México City, during a concert in 2016 (Google)

Finally, at the same meeting, the information about ticket pricing was anticipated, and it was said that addmission fees could range between $300 pesos (15 USD) and $8,000 pesos (400 USD).




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