Justin Bieber is crossing the pond, after the singer announced the details of an intimate show at the Indigo at The O2 in London on 11 February.
The exclusive fan event promises to be “an evening with Justin featuring acoustic song performances and Q&A”.
The performance arrives just days before the release of Bieber’s first new solo album in five years, Changes, which is out on 14 February.
In order to attend, fans can get exclusive access to the ticket sale for the event by pre-ordering Changes from Bieber’s official store before 4pm GMT on Saturday, 8 February.
The pop icon recently revealed the album’s official tracklisting yesterday, after teasing it through an interactive Instagram filter.
So far, the singer-songwriter has shared two tracks off the album, ‘Yummy’ and the R&B-inflected ‘Get Me’, featuring Kehlani. He also teamed up with another R&B star, Summer Walker, on the new remix version of ‘Yummy’ earlier this week.
Ahead of the album’s release on Valentine’s Day, Bieber has also announced that his next single, the Quavo-featuring ‘Intentions’, will be released tomorrow on 7 February.
The Canadian pop sensation also reached a new milestone this week, becoming the first artist to rack up 50 million subscribers on YouTube, the very platform his longstanding manager Scooter Braun discovered him on back in 2007.
It was only fitting that Bieber returned to the very platform that made his famous, with the release of his 10-part docuseries, Justin Bieber: Seasons. The series has the most-watched debut episode on Youtube in its first week to date, reaching 32 million views in the first seven days.
This past Wednesday also saw the release of episode 6 titled, ‘Only Up From Here’, in which Bieber deals with anxiety during the process of writing and recording for Changes last year.
While there’s no confirmation of additional UK dates, the pop icon will embark on a massive North American tour that kicks off on 14 May in Seattle and wraps up 26 September in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The singer will also be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
Tickets for the London show go on sale 8 February and will be available here.