Mumbai: Justin Bieber’s India tour is all set to be memorable. His fans are enthused and the entertainment industry is watching the forthcoming event with bated breath.
It is said that the cheapest ticket for the Mumbai concert will set you back by at least Rs 4000, while the most expensive may cost as much as a hundred thousand rupees or even more.
Reports suggest that the the concert will see massive investment of Rs 28 crore, highest for any concert in the country. Analysts believe that Justin Bieber’s tour is expected to be the most expensive tour, undertaken by any artist or promoter in the Indian sub continent.
While it is said that the tickets may be sold out in less than 24 hours, Bieber fans believe that the tickets may not take more than one hour or even less to be completely sold out. Adele’s US tour with hundreds of thousands of tickets on offer was sold out within a few minutes when the ticket sale went live last year.
Estimates suggest that as many as 1-1.5 lakhs people will be attending the concert, biggest for any such event in the country. The Maharashtra Tourism Board will be supporting the tour, which may increase tourism by 10%, while business for the locals (transport vendors and hotel associations) will see a rise by 30% during the tour month.
Organizers of the tour are simply overjoyed by the prospects of the successful tour of the 21 year old singer. “This is by far the biggest ticketed concert to be hosted in the Indian sub continent . The main aim is to ensure all ticket holders and fans have a seamless experience before, during and after the concert and hence the organizers are capping the show well in advance. We will begin preparations for the tour two months in advance” Arjun Jain of White Fox India said.
When it comes to Justin Bieber India tour ticket sale, officials of the promoters say that tickets will go live on February 22, while the fans can start pre-registering for the tickets on February 15. The Purpose World Tour has been a massive hit across the world including United States, Canada and Japan.