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Buy Cheap Justin Bieber Tickets: Fans Searching for Discounted Pricing on Justin Bieber Believe Tour Tickets Can Find Cheaper Seating for all 2013 Concerts at QueenBeeTickets.com

Fans can find a great selection of cheap Justin Bieber tickets for the Believe Tour at QueenBeeTickets.com. Customers will be able to buy Justin Bieber tickets for 30 newly added shows during the on-sales happening on December 14 and 21.

GERMANTOWN, Wis., Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Cheap Justin Bieber Tickets are sure to be some of the most sought after tickets of 2013. The Believe Tour has already been tremendously successful in North America in 2012. Because of high demand, Bieber has added 30 additional North American tour dates to the 2013 Believe Tour schedule.

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The Believe Tour is a world tour, so Bieber will visit Europe, Asia, Africa and North America in 2013. Fans can catch Bieber in the United States and Canada from May 22 through August 10, 2013. 27 shows are scheduled in the United States, and three shows are listed in Bieber's native Canada.

Justin Drew Bieber was born on March 1, 1994 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. He became interested in music at a young age, and he had a natural ear and talent for music. Bieber taught himself to play several instruments, including the piano, guitar and trumpet. When he was 12 years old, he received second place in a local singing competition.

Bieber's rise to stardom would begin when he placed videos of himself performing on YouTube. His videos would eventually be seen by record executives, and Bieber was invited to sing for R&B superstar Usher. From that point, Bieber's popularity skyrocketed. He has released three successful albums and headlined three extremely popular tours. 

Fans around the world scramble to Buy Justin Bieber Tickets for each added performance, and Bieber has performed in front of sold out crowds around the globe. It is not always easy to find Cheap Justin Bieber Tickets, but QueenBeeTickets.com exists to connect customers with reasonably priced concert and event tickets.

On December 14 and 21, two different on-sales will take place for Bieber's 30 recently added North American shows in 2013. QueenBeeTickets.com will be offering a great selection of Justin Bieber Believe Tour Tickets after they are released on these dates, and fans should plan to secure their discount Justin Bieber tickets tickets as soon as possible. 

Save money and enjoy a fabulous ticket selection by shopping for event tickets at QueenBeeTickets.com. The site has a wide variety of tickets for sports games, concerts, theater performances and so much more. The 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee offered by QueenBeeTickets.com helps customers buy with confidence. Other hot sellers in concerts include Shania Twain Concert Tickets and Fleetwood Mac Tour Tickets.

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