By: Madeleine Porter
Justin Bieber’s new album “Changes”
Justin Bieber is giving the greatest Valentine’s Day surprise to Beliebers; a new album. After more than four years of waiting for new music, “Changes” can be expected on February 14.
The follow-up to 2015’s “Purpose”, “Changes” features more than just an album. The same-day tickets for his new US tour go on sale to the general public. Beliebers, rejoice!
Bieber’s new album features
“Changes'” release date is more than a gift to Beliebers everywhere. Fans are gushing over the possibility that the album’s release date means Hailey Baldwin was the muse for the entire new album.
Bieber features a previous-released track “Yummy” on the new album which has peaked at No.2 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Fans are speculating “Yummy” is referring to Bieber’s attraction to his wife, Baldwin, on a deeper level. As Bieber has publically claimed time and time again, he has never felt a love like this.
A second taste of the new album released this past week; Bieber’s new song “Get Me”. Following the theme of the album, the track is about the euphoric disbelief of finding a connection with someone else. Kehlani, who is on the track, will join select dates for the “Changes” tour, along with Jaden Smith.
The US “Changes” tour
Justin Bieber will perform in Salt Lake City at the Vivint Smart Home Arena on June 9, 2020, as part of his upcoming tour. Bieber is promoting his new album “Changes” on the tour, visiting 45 cities across the US.
In a YouTube video that hit Tuesday, Bieber describes his decision to offer a new album to the public.
“I believe that I am right where I’m supposed to be and God has me right where he wants me,” he says. “I feel like this is different than the previous albums just because of where I’m at in my life.”
“Changes” tour dates:
14. Seattle, WA | CenturyLink Field
17. Portland, OR | Moda Center
19. Sacramento, CA | Golden 1 Center
22. Santa Clara, CA | Levi’s® Stadium
26. San Diego, CA | Pechanga Arena San Diego
29. Pasadena, CA | Rose Bowl Stadium
2. Las Vegas, NV | T-Mobile Arena
5. Glendale, AZ | State Farm Stadium
9. Salt Lake City, UT | Vivint Smart Home Arena
13. Denver, CO | Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
16. Lincoln, NE | Pinnacle Bank Arena
19. Chicago, IL | Soldier Field
21. Minneapolis, MN | Target Center
24. Milwaukee, WI | American Family Insurance Amphitheater during Summerfest
27. Arlington, TX | AT&T Stadium
30. New Orleans, LA | Smoothie King Center
2. Houston, TX | NRG Stadium
6. Kansas City, MO | Sprint Center
8. Tulsa, OK* | BOK Center
11. Nashville, TN | Nissan Stadium
13. St. Louis, MO | Enterprise Center
15. Little Rock, AR | Simmons Bank Arena
18. Atlanta, GA | Mercedes-Benz Stadium
21. Miami, FL | AmericanAirlines Arena
25. Tampa, FL | Raymond James Stadium
27. Columbia, SC | Colonial Life Arena
29. Greensboro, NC | Greensboro Coliseum
1. Philadelphia, PA | Lincoln Financial Field
4. Pittsburgh, PA | PPG Paints Arena
6. University Park, PA | Bryce Jordan Center
8. Columbus, OH | Ohio Stadium
12. Louisville, KY | KFC Yum! Center
14. Cleveland, OH | FirstEnergy Stadium
16. Grand Rapids, MI | Van Andel Arena
18. Lexington, KY | Rupp Arena
21. Landover, MD | FedExField
24. Buffalo, NY | KeyBank Center
26. Albany, NY | Times Union Center
29. Detroit, MI | Ford Field
1. Ottawa, ON | Canadian Tire Centre
3. Québec City, QC | Videotron Centre
10. Toronto, ON | Rogers Centre
14. Montreal, QC | Bell Centre
17. Foxboro, MA | Gillette Stadium
26. E. Rutherford, NJ | MetLife Stadium