Yummy! Justin Bieber is releasing a new single, a new album and going on tour.

“Yummy” is, in fact, the name of the Canadian-born pop star’s new single, due out Jan. 3. It will be followed by a new album, as yet untitled, and a North American concert tour that will stop in at least 45 cities.

The tour opens May 14 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field and concludes Sept. 26 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

No ticket on-sale date has been announced for any of the tour dates, as of yet. Prices have also not yet been announced.

This will be Bieber’s first concert trek since the summer of 2017, when he abruptly canceled the remainder of his “Purpose World Tour.” He explained that decision at the time in a post on his Instagram account, saying “taking this time right now is me saying I want to be SUSTAINABLE. I want my career to be sustainable, but I also want my mind, heart and soul to be sustainable.”

Before he called it to a halt, Bieber’s 2017 “Purpose” tour was earning an average ticket sales gross of $2.25 million per show, according to Pollstar magazine

Bieber, now 25 and married, announced his 2020 tour, via video, on Christmas Eve. The video also found him promoting his upcoming “Yummy” single” and a Bieber-fueled documentary series, which will include — in his words — “all different stories.”

“As humans we are imperfect,” he noted in his video. “My past, my mistakes, all the things that I’ve been through. I believe that I’m right where I’m supposed to be. God has me right where he wants me.”

How that will impact he sound of his upcoming new album is unclear. But, in his video, Bieber said: “I feel like this is different than the previous albums just because of where I’m at in my life. It’s music that I love the most out of anything I’ve done.”


Justin Bieber 2020 tour dates

Dates within driving distance of NEPA are highlighted:

  • May 14, Seattle, CenturyLink Field
  • May 17, Portland, Ore., Moda Center
  • May 19, Sacramento, Calif., Golden1 Center
  • May 22, Santa Clara, Calif., Levi’s Stadium
  • May 26, San Diego, Pechanga Arena San Diego
  • May 29, Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl
  • June 2, Las Vegas, T/Mobile Arena
  • June 5, Glendale, Ariz., State Farm Stadium
  • June 9, Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena
  • June 13, Denver, Empower Field at Mile High
  • June 16, Lincoln, Neb., Pinnacle Bank Arena
  • June 19, Chicago, Soldier Field
  • June 21, Minneapolis, Target Center
  • June 24, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Summerfest
  • June 27, Arlington, Texas, AT&T Stadium
  • June 30, New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
  • July 2, Houston, NRG Stadium
  • July 6, Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
  • July 8, Tulsa, Okla., Center
  • July 11, Nashville, Tenn., Nissan Stadium
  • July 13, St. Louis, Enterprise Center
  • July 15, North Little Rock, Ark., Simmons Bank Arena
  • July 18, Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium
  • July 21, Miami, American Airlines Arena
  • July 25, Tampa, Fla., Raymond James Stadium
  • July 27, Columbia, S.C., Colonial Life Arena
  • July 29, Greensboro, N.C., Greensboro Coliseum
  • Aug. 1, Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field
  • Aug. 4, Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
  • Aug. 6, University Park, Pa., Bryce Jordan Center
  • Aug. 8, Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Stadium
  • Aug. 12, Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
  • Aug. 14, Cleveland, First Energy Stadium
  • Aug. 16, Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena
  • Aug. 18, Lexington, Ky., Rupp Arena
  • Aug. 21, Landover, Md., FedEx Field
  • Aug. 24, Buffalo, N.Y., KeyBank Center
  • Aug. 26, Albany, N.Y., Times Union Center
  • Aug. 29, Detroit, MI Ford Field
  • Sept. 1, Ottawa, Ontario, Canadian Tire Centre
  • Sept. 3, Quebec City, Videotron Centre
  • Sept. 1, Toronto, Rogers Centre
  • Sept. 14, Montreal, Bell Centre
  • Sept. 17, Foxboro, Mass., Gillette Stadium
  • Sept. 26, East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium