Billboard -- Pop star and recent Grammy-snub victim Justin Bieber has added 30 North American dates to his ongoing "Believe" tour, which has been extended through August 2013. The arena trek, which supports Bieber's latest No. 1 album "Believe," kicked off on Sept. 29 in Glendale, Ariz., and has continued across the country this fall.
The tour will head overseas beginning in February and return for a fresh run of North American starting on June 22 in San Diego. Tickets for the newly announced "Believe" dates, presented by AEG Live, will go on sale on Dec. 14 and Dec. 21.
Although the former Best New Artist nominee failed to garner any new Grammy nods for his "Believe" work, Bieber took home the Artist of the Year trophy at the 2012 American Music Awards last month.
On Friday night, the 18-year-old singer headlined Z-100's Jingle Ball concert at New York's Madison Square Garden, topping a bill that included Taylor Swift, One Direction and fun..
Here are Justin Bieber's newly announced 2013 dates: June 22: San Diego (Valley View Casino Center); June 24-25: Los Angeles (Staples Center); June 26: San Jose, Caliif., (HP Pavilion at San Jose); June 28: Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena); June 30: Denver (Pepsi Center); July 2: Oklahoma City (Chesapeake Energy Arena); July 3: Dallas (American Airlines Center); July 6: Omaha, Neb., (CenturyLink Center); July 7: Des Moines, Iowa (Wells Fargo Arena); July 9: Chicago (United Center); July 10: Indianapolis (Bankers Life Fieldhouse); July 12: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena); July 13: Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena); July 15: Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Center); July 17: Philadelphia (Well Fargo Center); July 18: Hartford, Conn. (XL Center); July 20: Boston (TD Garden);July 23: Kanata, Ontario (Scotiabank Place); July 25-26: Toronto (Air Canada Centre); July 28: Detroit (Joe Louis Arena); July 30-31: Newark, NJ (Prudential Center); Aug. 2: Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center); Aug. 3: Washington, DC (Verizon Center); Aug. 5: Columbia, SC (Colonial Life Arena); Aug. 7: Jacksonville, Fla. (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena); Aug. 8: Tampa (Tampa Bay Times Forum) and Aug. 10: Atlanta (Philips Arena).
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