Arguably the biggest teen-pop phenomenon of the 21st Century, it’s little wonder that Justin Bieber tickets have become the must-have item amongst his army of Beliebers. Born in London, Ontario in 1994, Bieber became a Youtube sensation at the age 13 after he uploaded videos of himself performing covers of contemporary R&B hits. Discovered by manager Scooter Braun, who flew him to Atlanta to record a series of demos, Bieber found himself at the centre of a bidding war between Justin Timberlake and Usher/Braun, eventually signing with the latter and then Island Records in 2008. A year later, he released his debut single, “One Time” and his E.P., My World, and became the first solo artist in Billboard history to have four songs chart in the Top 40 before the release of their first album, and performed in front of Barack Obama at the White House. But his status as a global superstar was cemented in 2010 with the release of his signature track, “Baby,” which saw him become the youngest male solo artist to top the Billboard charts since Stevie Wonder in 1963 and whose video was later announced as the most-viewed YouTube clip of all time. His first full-length album, My World 2.0, followed suit and spawned hit collaborations with Usher (“Somebody To Love”) and Sean Kingston (“Eenie Meanie”), while later in the year, his millions of fans snapped up Justin Bieber tickets for the “My World Tour”. After venturing onto both the small screen with a role in CSI: Miami and the big-screen with his 3D biopic/concert movie, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never and cameo in Men In Black III, he went onto release an acoustic record, a remix collection and a Christmas album, Under The Mistletoe, was announced as the second most followed celebrity on Twitter (behind Lady Gaga) and teamed up with the likes of Diplo and Darkchild for his third studio effort, Believe. Showcasing a more mature R&B sound, it became his fourth US chart-topper in 2012, with the lead single, “Boyfriend,” securing the second-highest first-week digital sales in history. Shortly after, Justin Bieber tickets went on sale for the “Believe Tour”, 86 shows that will take place in North America, Europe and Asia over a nine-month period.