Justin Bieber is the latest superstar to announce a summer stadium tour across Australia last month, with tickets quickly tipped to sell in record speed.

Confirming plans to bring his Purpose world tour to fans down under, Bieber joins the likes of Guns N’ Roses, Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay, who are all touring Oz this summer.

While there’s long been anticipation of the singer’s plans to bring his latest album tour to Australian fans, news that he’d be stepping up to stadium stages ensured these were the hottest tickets in town.

Naturally demand for tickets followed suit, with Bieber fans on high alert for the latest tickets news as it was announced.

Ticketmaster staff worked tirelessly to fulfill fan queries leading up to the onsale and successfully ensured smooth operations when tickets were released.

All this resulted in a sold out Etihad Stadium, where we also delivered on a record-number of Platinum ticket requests from fans.

In addition to the Australian onsale, Ticketmaster was also responsible for selling tickets for Bieber’s New Zealand show at Mt Smart Stadium.

Both Ticketmaster.com.au and Ticketmaster.co.nz are designed to handle the phenomenal traffic that comes with an onsale as popular as Justin Bieber. The sites have the same capability as Ticketmaster’s International websites, which are designed to cope with the level of major onsales that are experienced throughout the Unites States and Europe.

Ticketmaster technology is designed around the requirements of fans and an onsale as big as Justin Bieber simultaneously shows how we can bring our large-scale capabilities down to local markets just as efficiently.

Justin Bieber’s Purpose world tour has been wowing fans across the globe and we’ve every faith his Australian show is going to be just as epic.

If the rush of tickets is anything to go by, fans are going to be dominating headlines when Bieber touches down in Australia in March 2017.

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