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Friday, July 12, 2013

Global Pop Star To Perform In Macau

09D00828THE bright lights of a modern Macau are in the sights of global pop star Justin Bieber as he prepares to continue his much publicised 2013 Believe Tour to Asia.

The 19-year-old Canadian performer will follow up concerts in Thailand, Japan and South Korea with a final Asian show in the former Portuguese enclave on October 12.

His performance will take place on the stage of the Cotai Arena inside The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel.

Bieber will then move onto South America before reaching Australia for five concerts from late November until early December.

D1F56Tickets for the show went on sale on Wednesday, July 10.

This Believe Tour is the second world tour by the Canadian singer-songwriter who famously rose to global superstardom after cultivating a dedicated fan base of ‘Beliebers’ on YouTube.

Since September 2012 the tour has played in 100 cities across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, generating over US$67 million in ticket sales, largely through sold-out arena shows.

While in Macau it’s hopeful the young star will have the chance to see some of Macau’s fascinating UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites as well as sample the uniquely Macanese cuisine.

Bieber’s arrival will come at a busy time for Macau which will turn on a kaleidoscope of colours at the 25th International Fireworks Display Contest from September 14 till October 1.

Australia will field a team for this special challenge in the hope of winning gold.

Over two weekends in November (9-10 and 14-17), the city will be all revved up for the running of the 60th Silver Jubilee Macau Grand Prix through the streets of the peninsula.

Australian wholesalers to offer Macau holiday packages throughout the year include Creative Holidays, Helen Wong’s Tours, Wendy Wu Tours, Ananda Travel, Infinity Holidays, Inter Asia Tours and Freestyle Holidays.

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