Justin Bieber's first-ever stadium tour will include stop in Minneapolis

The Canadian pop god confirmed a stadium tour that will include U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, where he will play on Friday, Aug. 18.
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Ok this is just getting silly now – Justin Bieber has become THIRD act to announce a major Twin Cities show on Monday morning alone.

The Canadian pop god confirmed a stadium tour that will include U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, where he will play on Friday, Aug. 18.

His announcement comes hot on the heels of Guns N' Roses confirming on Monday its own U.S. Bank Stadium show a few weeks before Bieber's. Nickelback was also confirmed as the first act to play at the State Fair Grandstand in 2017.

It's one of six venues Bieber will play on his first-ever stadium tour across North America, with other stops at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, before Denver, East Rutherford, Foxborough and Toronto.

Bieber will play the Minnesota Vikings' $1 billion stadium six days after Coldplay appear there, and almost three weeks after Guns N' Roses' July 30. show.

He is confirming the announcement later on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

American Express Card members can buy tickets starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, before general public tickets go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m.

Bieber recently took home four 2016 American Music Awards for favorite male pop/rock artist, favorite pop/rock album for Purpose, favorite pop/rock song for "Love Yourself" and video of the year for "Sorry."

He was last in Minneapolis earlier this year, when he played at the Target Center. He also played the Fargodome.

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