Justin Bieber promises amazing Atlanta show
Canadian superstar Justin Bieber has promised tonight's (August 10) show in Atlanta will be "right" for his ever-supportive fans.
The teenage heartthrob is currently on his Believe world tour, with tonight's concert at the Philips Arena in Atlanta his last before he takes a well-earned break.
Bieber is excited to perform for his fans in the city.
Taking to Twitter he wrote: "ATL fans been there since day 1. U know I love u. Tomorrow's show is gonna be right (sic)."
Bieber's Asian leg of the tour stars again on September 23 in Singapore, before going on to Central America, Latin America, New Zealand and finishing in Australia in December.
Earlier this week Bieber promised fans he'll be going on his break with a bang, writing: "1 more to go before break. 1 more. Gonna go out big! #ATL (sic)."
Meanwhile, Bieber's manager Scooter Braun recently revealed that the hitmaker's upcoming album will be unlike anything he's done before.
Speaking to MTV News he wrote: "For this project, we want to do things a little bit differently. And there are more songs than 10 or 12, so if you have more music and you have more things you want to express, you gotta think out the box, and [think like] 'How do I get this out there in a unique way where it gets directly to my fans and I can express myself through music directly to them?' And I think that's what it's about when you have people who are incredibly creative, things happen."
Watch Bieber perform live on tour here:
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