Beliebers! Your hard work has finally paid off, tweeting incessantly at Justin Bieber begging him to come to Brazil until your tired little fingers are just bloody nubs at your keyboard.
Yes, the singing-dancing trucker hat has announced the Latin American leg of his Believe tour, which starts in October and hits venues through Central and South America — including two (two!) dates in Brazil. Commence with the shaking and crying.
Not on the agenda? Venezuela, Uruguay and Peru, who got the cold shoulder, causing their fans to violently riot on Twitter.
As Billboard astutely noted in their “Latin Notas” section: “‘We need you here please come,’ begged another fan from the country whose capital, Caracas, was recently named the third most violent city in the world by Mexican-based Citizen Council for Public Security and Criminal Justice.”
Find the tour dates below.
Oct. 19 – San Juan, Puerto Rico – Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Oct. 22 – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Quisqueya Stadium
Oct. 24 – Panama City, Panama – Figoli
Oct. 25 – Guatemala City, Guatemala – Estadio Progreso
Oct. 29 – Bogota, Colombia – Estadio El Campin
Oct. 31 – Quito, Ecuador – Atahualpa Stadium
Nov. 2 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Anhembi Stadium
Nov. 3 – Rio de Janiero, Brazil – Apoteose
Nov. 6 – Asuncion, Paraguay – Jockey Club
Nov. 9 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – River Plate Stadium
Nov. 12 – Santiago, Chile – Nacional Stadium
Nov. 18 – Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol
Nov. 19 – Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol