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Changes Tour

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Changes Tour
Tour by Justin Bieber
LocationNorth America
Associated albumChanges
No. of shows45 (planned)
Justin Bieber concert chronology
  • Purpose World Tour
  • Changes Tour

Listen to this concert Changes Tour or buy cd/DVDs of this concert on amazon The Changes Tour[1] is the upcoming fourth concert tour by Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber, in promotion for his fifth studio album, Changes (2020). The tour was set to begin on May 14, 2020, in Seattle, but the tour was postponed amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[2] Every date will be rescheduled.


During the last quarter of 2019, especially in December, Justin Bieber started teasing his musical comeback via his social media.[3] On December 20, Bieber tweeted that something was going to happen on the December 24 and 31, 2019, as well as on January 3 and 4, 2020.[4] On the first of these four dates, he released a video on YouTube where he announced that he would release his fifth album during 2020, its first single "Yummy" on January 3, and the first round of dates for his new world tour.[5][6]

On March 6, 2020, several stadium dates were downsized to arena dates, with shows moved to arena venues adjacent to the stadiums. Bieber's team cited "unforeseen circumstances", while Variety and Billboard reported it was due to low ticket sales.[7][8]

On April 1, 2020, it was announced the tour will be postponed amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[9]

Postponed shows[edit]

List of postponed concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, reason for postponement and reference
Date City Country Venue Reason Ref.
North America[1]
May 14, 2020 Seattle United States CenturyLink Field COVID-19 pandemic [9]
May 17, 2020 Portland Moda Center
May 19, 2020 Sacramento Golden 1 Center
May 22, 2020 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium
May 26, 2020 San Diego Pechanga Arena
May 29, 2020 Pasadena Rose Bowl
June 2, 2020 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena
June 5, 2020[lower-alpha 1] Glendale Gila River Arena
June 9, 2020 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena
June 13, 2020[lower-alpha 2] Denver Pepsi Center
June 16, 2020 Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena
June 19, 2020 Chicago Soldier Field
June 21, 2020 Minneapolis Target Center
June 27, 2020[lower-alpha 3] Houston Toyota Center
June 28, 2020[lower-alpha 4] Dallas American Airlines Center
June 30, 2020 New Orleans Smoothie King Center
July 6, 2020 Kansas City Sprint Center
July 8, 2020 Tulsa BOK Center
July 11, 2020[lower-alpha 5] Nashville Bridgestone Arena
July 13, 2020 St. Louis Enterprise Center
July 15, 2020 North Little Rock Simmons Bank Arena
July 18, 2020 Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium
July 21, 2020 Miami American Airlines Arena
July 25, 2020[lower-alpha 6] Tampa Amalie Arena
July 27, 2020 Columbia Colonial Life Arena
July 29, 2020 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
August 1, 2020 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field
August 4, 2020 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena
August 6, 2020 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
August 8, 2020[lower-alpha 7] Columbus Schottenstein Center
August 12, 2020 Louisville KFC Yum! Center
August 14, 2020[lower-alpha 8] Cleveland Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
August 16, 2020 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
August 18, 2020 Lexington Rupp Arena at Central Bank Center
August 21, 2020[lower-alpha 9] Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
August 24, 2020 Buffalo KeyBank Center
August 26, 2020 Albany Times Union Center
August 30, 2020[lower-alpha 10] Detroit Little Caesars Arena
September 1, 2020 Ottawa Canada Canadian Tire Centre
September 3, 2020 Quebec City Videotron Centre
September 10, 2020 Toronto Rogers Centre
September 14, 2020 Montreal Bell Centre
September 17, 2020 Foxborough United States Gillette Stadium
September 26, 2020 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium


  1. The concert on June 5, 2020 in Glendale was relocated to Gila River Arena from State Farm Stadium due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  2. The concert on June 13, 2020 in Denver was relocated to Pepsi Center from Empower Field at Mile High due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  3. The concert on June 27, 2020 in Houston was rescheduled and relocated to Toyota Center from July 2, 2020 at NRG Stadium due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  4. The concert on June 28, 2020 was rescheduled and relocated to American Airlines Center in Dallas from June 27, 2020 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  5. The concert on July 11, 2020 in Nashville was relocated to Bridgestone Arena from Nissan Stadium due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  6. The concert on July 25, 2020 in Tampa was relocated to Amalie Arena from Raymond James Stadium due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  7. The concert on August 8, 2020 in Columbus was relocated to Schottenstein Center from Ohio Stadium due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  8. The concert on August 14, 2020 in Cleveland was relocated to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse from FirstEnergy Stadium due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  9. The concert on August 21, 2020, was relocated to Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. from FedExField in Landover due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]
  10. The concert on August 30, 2020 in Detroit was rescheduled and relocated to Little Caesars Arena from August 29, 2020 at Ford Field due to unforeseen circumstances.[8]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Tour". Justin Bieber's Official Website. Retrieved March 6, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. Shirley, Halperin (April 1, 2020). "Justin Bieber Postpones All 2020 Tour Dates Due to Coronavirus Crisis". Variety. Retrieved April 1, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. Bieber, Justin (2019-12-05). "2020". @justinbieber. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  4. Lindsay, Kathryn. "Justin Bieber Just Announced 3 Days Of New Music". www.refinery29.com. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  5. Media, P. A. (2019-12-24). "Justin Bieber announces first new album in five years". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  6. "Justin Bieber announces new single "Yummy", massive North American tour". Consequence of Sound. 2019-12-24. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  7. Aswad, Jem (2020-03-07). "Justin Bieber Downsizes Stadium Tour Dates After Soft Ticket Sales". Variety. Retrieved 2020-03-07. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 Brooks, Dave (March 6, 2020). "Justin Bieber's Changes Tour Downgrades to Smaller Venues Amid Slow Sales". Billboard. Retrieved March 7, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. 9.0 9.1 Weatherby, Taylor (April 1, 2020). "Beliebers Are 'Heartbroken' That Justin Bieber's Changes Tour Is Postponed: See Reactions". Billboard. Retrieved April 1, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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