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The Justice World Tour's UK concerts will take place in February 2023 at venues in Glasgow, Aberdeen, London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Sheffield.
The news follows the release of his latest chart-topping album Justice in March this year.
Justin, 27, said: "We've been working hard to create the best show we've ever done, and we can't wait to share it with fans around the world.
"I'll see you soon."
Justin's last tour ended in 2017 in front of 65,000 fans at Hyde Park London's British Summer Time Festival.
The former child-wonder then ended his three-year pandemic-enforced silence by live-streaming a performance from LA for New Year's Eve 2020.
The Justice World Tour will kick off with a 52-date North American tour starting in Mexico in February 2022.
Justin will then begin his path across five continents by heading to Scandinavia for festival shows in August 2022.
South America, South Africa, and the Middle East will all follow in September and October, followed by Australia and New Zealand to round off the year.
Fans in the UK will only catch a glimpse of the star known for hits 'Love Yourself' and 'Sorry' between 8 and 26 February 2023.
General sale tickets will go live at 9am on Friday 19 November this year.
But Amex card-holders will have exclusive access to a presale for all events excluding London starting at 10am on Tuesday 16 November.
The London presale will then begin the following day at 10am on Wednesday 17 November.
The UK dates are as follows:
8 February, Glasgow, UK - OVO Hydro
11 February, Aberdeen, UK - P&J Live
13 & 14 February, London, UK - The O2
22 February, Birmingham, UK - Resorts World Arena
25 February, Manchester, UK - AO Arena
26 February, Sheffield, UK - Utilita Arena
Justin won Artist Of The Year at MTV's Video Music Awards earlier this year.
The Canadian singer rose to become the #1 artist on YouTube and Spotify after starting his career at 13.
Since childhood he's released six studio albums and last year broke Elvis Presley's record as the youngest solo artist to have eight albums reach #1 on the Billboard 200 charts.
Words: Charlie Metcalfe
Featured Image Credit: Alamy
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