Justin Bieber Presale Password & Codes 2020 Yummy Tour

Here are four words with the potential to send tingles throughout the bodies of pop music fans in their 20s, 30s and beyond. Justin Bieber Presale Tickets. The King of Pop title belongs to Michael Jackson. The Prince of Pop is probably Prince. Justin Bieber is somewhere along the royalty line in American pop music, having done huge things in the last 12 years, and currently on the doorstep of the biggest tour of his career by any measure. An array of affordable Justin Bieber 2020 Yummy Tour Presale Tickets are available to the general public now on a first-come, first-served basis.

Justin Bieber 2020 Yummy Tour

It’s not a stretch to say that Justin Bieber was born to be a music superstar. But this could be the situation for thousands of kids throughout North America born in any given year. The fact is they need some breaks to go their way, and some exposure to come at a relatively early age. For Bieber, this exposure came by way of YouTube views on videos that his mother posted while the wildly-talented youngster who was just entering junior high school was demonstrating his vocal and piano talents.

Two powerful forces converged when Justin Bieber videos began getting major exposure, which led to YouTube getting major exposure as not only a talent-launching platform, but a place where any hopeful artist could upload proof of their talents. When it came to Bieber, his talents were clearly on another level – including his stage presence. By the time he was 15, he was embarking upon a tour that featured five shows within a six-day span. These performances have since gone down in Justin Bieber folklore, as he played everywhere from the Metropolis at Metrotown in Vancouver to the White Oaks Mall in London during a week that introduced him to fans in those two cities as well as Edmonton, Montréal and Toronto.

Justin Bieber – 2020 Tour

The mini-tour was spawned and sponsored by a Canadian clothing store, and the lone North American show scheduled for Long Island, New York had to be canceled hastily after the venue received far more ticket requests than the 3,000-seat venue could possibly accommodate.

This late-2019 run of five shows watered a seed that grew into the gigantic My World Tour, launched just four months later and featuring 88 shows throughout the world and a total revenue of approximately $53 million. For a performer to go from five local shows to nearly 100 throughout the globe in less than one year’s time is one of the biggest and quickest rises to fame ever documented in American music history.    

The Believe Tour came in the wake of the release of Believe in 2012, which immediately registered at #1 on the Billboard charts in the United States, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand, Sweden, the UK and Australia. The album Purpose was released in November 2015, and it did all the same amazing things while bringing Bieber back to the center of global music and launching the Purpose World Tour.

That incredible run began in early-March 2016 an extended through early-July 2017. It featured a total of 78 North American shows, 61 European shows, five shows in Asia, 11 shows in South America, five shows in Oceana, two shows in Africa and a total attendance of nearly 300,000,000 people. After that, Bieber took a full two years off before he even thought about creating an album or touring again. He largely spent his time in self-reflection, and he has apologized for transgressions of the past.

Some fans believe The Beebs mea culpas to be a bit unnecessary, as Bieber grew up in the incredibly bright spotlight of global success, and was a millionaire before he could even legally drive a car. By the time he was able to legally drink alcohol, he had experienced amazing ups and downs that the typical person on Earth could only dream of.

Now comes a tour that he has long dreamed of, and the unique opportunity to redefine himself as an adult after cementing a career as one of the most successful teenage pop stars of all time.

Presale tickets for all shows are available now. The run of shows will begin in the northeastern corner of the nation with a performance at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington on the evening of May 14, 2020. The venue is the permanent home of the Seattle Seahawks. Designers, engineers and builders successfully created and constructed one of the loudest venues in all of North America. This applies no matter what is unfolding within, as long as the venue is at or near capacity.

The tour stays out West for shows in Portland, Sacramento, Santa Clara, San Diego, and Pasadena in the remaining days of May. The first show in June will unfold inside of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The tour will generally weave East after performances in Salt Lake City and Denver. Lincoln, Nebraska, Chicago’s Soldier Field and the Target Center in Minneapolis will all host Bieber and his opening acts during this 2020 Yummy Tour.

The biggest shows in July feature a performance at the NRG Stadium in Houston on the 2nd, Nissan Stadium in Nashville on the 11th, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on the 18th, and American Airlines Arena in Miami on the 21st. The month will conclude with a show in Greensboro, NC on July 29.

Bieber will use the month of August to entertain fans in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and University Park, Pennsylvania before dipping into the Midwest for shows in Columbus, Louisville, Cleveland and Grand Rapids. August will conclude back up in the Eastern Seaboard with shows in Buffalo and Albany before a huge performance in Ford Field in Detroit on August 29.

September is going to be Bieber’s homage to his Canadian fans, as shows in Ottawa, Québec City, Toronto and Montréal will unfold in the first few weeks before finales in Massachusetts and New Jersey.

2020 Yummy Tour Dates

  May 14 – Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field
May 17 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
May 19 – Sacramento, CA @ Golden1 Center
May 22 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
May 26 – San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena San Diego
May 29 – Pasadena, CA @ Rose Bowl
June 2 – Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena
June 5 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
June 9 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
June 13 – Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High
June 16 – Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
June 19 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
June 21 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
June 24 – Milwaukee, WI @ Milwaukee Summerfest
June 27 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium
June 30 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
July 2 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
July 6 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
July 8 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
July 11 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium
July 13 – St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center
July 15 – N. Little Rock, AR @ Simmons Bank Arena
July 18 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes Benz Stadium
July 21 – Miami, FL @ AmericanAirlines Arena
July 25 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium
July 27 – Columbia, SC @ Colonial Life Arena
July 29 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum
August 1 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
August 4 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
August 6 – University Park, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center
August 8 – Columbus, OH @ Ohio Stadium
August 12 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
August 14 – Cleveland, OH @ First Energy Stadium
August 16 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
August 18 – Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
August 21 – Landover, MD @ FedEx Field
August 24 – Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
August 26 – Albany, NY @ Times Union Center
August 29 – Detroit, MI @ Ford Field
September 1 – Ottawa, ON @ Canadian Tire Centre
September 3 – Québec City, QC @ Videotron Centre
September 10 – Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre
September 14 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
September 17 – Foxboro, MA @ Gillette Stadium
September 26 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium