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Justin Bieber in Amsterdam

Justin Bieber the Canadian pop star is in the Netherlands and is set to perform on April 13.

Justin was already spotted in Amsterdam where he spent time signing autographs for his fans on the street.
The hearts of Dutch Beliebers across the Netherlands will be set aflutter as the Believe tour hits the Netherlands.

Canadian singer, Justin Bieber, has once again proved his popularity amongst young people after tickets for his scheduled Dutch show were sold out within a few hours. The tickets for the show in the Netherlands which will take place on Saturday April 13 at GelreDome Arnhem.

It is the second time Justin is in the Netherlands for a concert. Previously he performed in Rotterdam Ahoy in 2011.

Justin Bieber just released his new official music video for “All Around The World,” featuring Ludacris. The video highlights Justin Bieber’s “Believe” worldwide tour, featuring concert performances and breathtaking shots of the countries he visited from his perspective.

Bieber’s third studio album “Believe,” was released on June 15, 2012 through Island Records. It marked a musical departure from the teen pop sound.

The young star’s “Believe Tour” is attracting a huge number of fans since it began in September of 2012.

The “Believe Tour” is taking the 18-year-old singing sensation to other parts of the world besides North America. Europe and Africa are also on the schedule for concerts taking place from February 17 until May 23. The tour will conclude with North American appearances from June 22 until August 10. “Beliebers” are grabbing tickets for concerts in their area at a speedy rate, and shows have been selling out since the beginning of the tour, which is providing the singing star with an opportunity to promote his “Believe” album.

Ever since the singer’s mother posted videos of his performances on YouTube, the young man has received a great deal of attention. It was not long before he acquired a following on YouTube and now has a Twitter account that is second only to Lady Gaga in the amount of followers it has. The singer/songwriter has become a heartthrob to adoring fans across North America and around the world. He easily sells out concert performances when on tour, and he has skyrocketed to fame through a very successful musical career. The Canadian singer wants to please all of his fans when he travels, and so far he has been doing just that.