Justin Bieber fans in Denmark can pencil 5 June 2017 into their calendars as a day reserved for pulsating pop and teenage shrieks of glee.
The Canadian pop icon will be showcasing his talents at Jydsk Væddeloøbsbane horseracing track in Aarhus on Whit Monday, which also happens to be a holiday in Denmark, as well as being the country’s Constitution Day.
Bieber, who is currently on his 138-concert ‘Purpose World Tour’, played at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen in early October.
The star recently won ‘hit of the year’ at the 2016 MTV Music Awards with his massive hit ‘Sorry’, edging out Danish upstart Lukas Graham’s 7 years’ in the process.
It’s unclear whether Bieber has an equine fetish, but two days after his Aarhus gig, he’ll be performing in Stavanger, Norway at the horseracing track in Forus.
Tickets for the Aarhus gig will go on sale at 10:00 on December 5 at 560 kroner a piece.
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In other concert news, the German metal band Rammstein will be head-banging it large at the Horsens Prison venue on May 25, which also happens to be a holiday (Ascension Day).
The Berlin boys, known for wowing fans with mesmerising pyrotechnic-heavy stage shows, have been lighting up heavy rock and metal fans since 1994 with hits like ‘Du Hast’, ‘Amerika’, ‘Buck Dich’ and ‘Ich Will’.
Rammstein were last in Denmark for the Tinderbox Festival in Odense in 2015, and while the band haven’t come out with a new album since 2009, that is expected to change in 2017.
Tickets went on sale this morning via Ticketmaster.dk at 695 kroner.