These Pictures Of Justin Bieber On Table Mountain Is All You Need To See Today


Singer Justin Bieber is officially roaming the streets of Cape Town and its hottest tourist spots.

The Canadian superstar is in the city to complete the SA leg of his Purpose World Tour. Thus, the Sorry hitmaker decided to make the most of his visit to the country.

There’s no doubt he’s loving his stay in the country and he’s not shy to admit it either.

Prior to his Cape Town gig, Bieber was spotted taking in the scenery on the renowned Table Mountain on Monday.

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Singer Justin Bieber

Singer Justin Bieber

Singer Justin Bieber

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Bieber is getting ready to perform at the Cape Town Stadium in the Mother City on Wednesday. This follows a fun-filled show he put up in Johannesburg. The star performed at a sold-out show on Sunday night at the FNB Stadium near Soweto on his second tour of the country.

Beliebers braved the bitter cold and rain in their thousands to watch the superstar. A crowd of about 65 000 fans were determined not to allow the wet weather deprive them of the rare opportunity of watching the star perform live on stage.

They screamed their lungs out as he took to the stage. Also, Bieber had fans going crazy he performed one of his hit tracks Baby, the track that helped launch his career.

The singer even got out his guitar to serenade his audience right before performing his hit track Sorry.

Singer Justin Bieber

Subsequently, Bieber is set to perform in Cape Town at 8.30pm. While gates open at 5pm, popular local DJ Sketchy Bongo will kick things off at 7.30pm.

The singer has visited South Africa before in 2013 to sold-out crowds. At the time, he was much younger and now that he’s all grown up, there’s no doubt more fans will be eager to watch him perform.

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Canadian singer Justin Bieber started the Purpose World Tour on March 9, 2016, in Seattle. Eventually, it will be wrapped up on September 5, 2017 in Toronto.