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Justin Bieber Announces Second Leg of 'Believe' Tour

December 10, 2012 (7:30 pm) GMT
Thirty more dates in North America will keep the 'As Long as You Love Me' singer on the road until summer 2013.

has announced the second leg of his tour that support his new album "". The pop star has added 30 more dates that begin on June 22 in San Diego, C.A. and end on August 10 in Atlanta, G.A.

Bieber's tour in North America was kicked off on September 29 and originally planned to wrap up in the end January. He was then scheduled to travel across the pond between February and April. For each ticket sold during this tour, Bieber promised to donate $1 to Pencils of Promise, a charity foundation working on building schools around the world and enhancing education for children in needs.

Presented by AEG Live, Believe tour also presented Bieber's protege who recently snatched two Grammy nominations for "Call Me Maybe". Ironically, Bieber did not earn a single nomination this year, prompting his manager Scooter Braun to slam the board. "This time he deserved to be recognized and I don't really have any kind nice positive things to say about a decision I don't agree with," Braun tweeted.

Bieber had actually hinted last week that more dates will be added to the Believe tour. "and maybe some more dates for the US, Canada and Europe. want them? good christmas gift idea? It's all coming ... #BELIEVEtour," he tweeted.

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