JUSTIN BIEBER TO PREMIERE “LIVE FROM PARIS” CONCERT AND HOST AFTERPARTY EXCLUSIVELY ON YOUTUBE TONIGHT
THE LIVE STREAM CONCERT SPECIAL WILL FEATURE FIRST-TIME PERFORMANCES FROM EIGHTH #1 STUDIO ALBUM JUSTICE
13 APRIL 2021 (TORONTO, ON) - Tonight Grammy® Award-winning global superstar and #1 most subscribed to artist on YouTube, Justin Bieber, performs songs from his #1 album JUSTICE for the first time ever on “Live from Paris” concert special. Fans from across the globe will be able to watch “Live from Paris” premiere exclusively on Bieber’s Official YouTube Channel starting at 7 PM ET and following the performance he will host an afterparty for his YouTube Premium fans.
Against the breathtaking backdrop of the City Of Light, and from the lush ruins of a vacant but majestic Parisian hotel, Justin Bieber brings JUSTICE to life with five stunning performances, four of which are live debuts. With fans yearning to see Bieber perform live, the special will bring them directly into his world and give them an intimate glimpse of how this powerful new album sounds live from the stage. During the exclusive afterparty, Bieber will talk about his experience performing the new songs live for the first time and more.
With over 62 million subscribers on his Official Artist Channel and eight videos with over 1 billion views, Bieber continues his reign as the #1 most subscribed to artist on YouTube. He has earned over 5 billion views over the past 12 months alone and his current single “Peaches” has charted on YouTube in over 50 markets worldwide.
- What: Justin Bieber “Live from Paris” concert special and YouTube Premiumafterparty
- When: Tuesday, April 13 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET
- Where: Watch and set your reminder http://yt.be/music/livefromparis
Bieber recently made chart history as the first ever male solo artist to debut at #1 on both the single and album charts, also becoming the youngest artist to ever have eight #1 albums. JUSTICE includes the chart-topping global smashes “Holy” feat. Chance The Rapper, “Lonely” feat. Benny Blanco, “Anyone,” and “Hold On,” which combined have garnered over two billion streams worldwide.