January 29, 2023



Get Ready for Justin Bieber’s NYE Livestream

JB Wants You to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Justin Bieber’s NYE livestream is here to save the day. After a year of little live music and minimal celebrations, the Biebs is making sure fans can virtually party. 


On December 21, starting at 10:15pm EST, T-Mobile will be kicking off “New Year’s Eve Live with Justin Bieber.” Although the Canadian singer-songwriter won’t be taking the virtual stage at 11:00pm EST, tuning in early is vital. T-Mobile has many tricks up their sleeve for the night, including special fan experiences. 


T-Mobile customers get free access to Justin Bieber’s NYE livestream through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. All other fans and the general public can scoop their tickets for $25 here. The ticketing service even allows you to purchase tickets as a gift, which is perfect for some belated holiday gift giving.


If you already have plans for the final hours of 2020, don’t fret! T-Mobile is giving customers and ticket holders until 3:00pm EST on January 1 to watch the event.


Justin Bieber’s NYE Livestream: Exciting For Everyone!

Not even a virtual concert or an at-home New Year’s Eve party can keep Justin Bieber down after the year he had. Not only did the performer have one song reach No. 1 this year, but four songs! “Stuck With U” featuring Ariana Grande, “Holy” featuring Chance the Rapper, and “Lonely” with Benny Blanco all topped the charts! Bieber himself was also a featured artist on Shawn Mendes’ No. 1 single, “Monster,” from his new record Wonder

The musician told People Magazine that he’s excited for the show and couldn’t wait to partner with T-Mobile for it. “I’ve worked with T-Mobile for a long time, they’re such a fun brand, and we’re working on more surprises to watch out for during this special night. I can’t wait to partner on this epic New Year’s Eve concert with them, and give everyone a safe way to kick 2020 out the door, together.”

The livestreamed concert marks JB’s first full live show since his 2017 Purpose World Tour, which was unfortunately cancelled. Almost four years later and a stellar year under his belt, Bieber is ready to own the stage once again. 

Follow along during the night on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram @MusicDailyNow to keep up with the conversation and celebration!

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