The Rose Bowl now remains one of the few stadiums that will host Justin Bieber’s “Changes” tour.
Bieber has moved some of his dates from stadiums to smaller venues due to slower-than-expected ticket sales.
In total, eight stadium shows were moved to smaller arenas for his first outing since the 2017 Purpose Tour.
Bieber is playing the Rose Bowl on May 29. He is also playing stadium gigs in the bay area.
The changes include moving Bieber’s June 27 show at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, to the American Airlines Arena in Dallas on June 28; a July 2 show at NRG Stadium show being moved to Houston’s Toyota Center on June 27; an Aug. 14 show at Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium being moved to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse; an Aug. 21 show at FedEx Field outside of Washington, D.C., being moved to the city’s Capitol One Arena; an Aug. 29 show at Ford Field in Detroit moving to Little Caesars Arena on Aug. 30; and downgrades for shows in Nashville, Columbus, Ohio and Glendale, Arizona.
According to reports, there are still tickets available for the Rose Bowl show.