Justin Bieber brings ‘Justice’ tour to Wells Fargo Arena

Justin Bieber performing at Wells Fargo Arena for the

Cases of Bieber fever have skyrocketed in Iowa for the first time in six years.

Justin Bieber, the Canadian-born pop star and teenage heartthrob, greeted more than 12,000 fans at Wells Fargo Arena Sunday night by mounting a flying rocket ship emblazoned with his “Justice” tour’s logo.

Riding the floating missile, Bieber opened his fourth concert on the tour and his fourth appearance in Des Moines with “Somebody” off his sixth studio album, “Justice.” Bieber wasted no time addressing the screeching crowd, jumping through three more tracks off his 2021 album including lead single “Holy,” illuminated by background dancers and red, luminescent crosses.

Justin Bieber performing at Wells Fargo Arena for the

The show started earlier than expected with opening acts ¿Téo?, Eddie Benjamin and Jaden — the son of Oscar and Grammy award winner Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith — taking the stage before Bieber’s 8:30 pm showtime.

Bieber’s nearly two-hour set featured synchronized, color changing drones, pyrotechnics and laser light shows that seemingly entertained the animated crowd.

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