If you are a Belieber, and , you are right now in India, it is the perfect time for you to meet your pop idol Justin Bieber, right here in the city. The pop sensation will be arriving in Mumbai in a couple of days for his concert which is to be held on the 10th of May, at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Earlier we gave you a list of things Justin Bieber insane demands when he is in India for the concert and now we learnt some few other things about the concert.
For the Canadian pop star’s concert, there will be 50-window boxes which are going to be set up at the Venue for the first time to avoid congestion near the entry and exit points, also enabling fans to skip long queues. Also three days before the event, mini box offices will be set up at various retail outlets across city which will serve as pre-exchange outlets. There will be sixty thousand people expected to throng the concert venue at the DY Patil stadium.
The ticket priced were between Rs 4.060 and Rs 76,790 and 80 per cent of them have been sold out. The Rs 76,000 rang tickets were some of the first to be booked and currently tickets between Rs 5,040 and Rs 15,400 are available. Online booking portals are offering an option of buying the tickets on monthly instalments. Cities like Pune, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Delhi seem to be housing the most number of Beliebers as maximum bookings for the concert have come from these cities.
Interestingly, four grounds have been reserved for parking and the organisers have also arranged a party bus to help the fans to commute to the city from various parts of the city. A special chopper service will be arranged from Mahalakshmi to Navi Mumbai every 30 minutes which will ferry fans to the stadium in 15 minutes.
With a 90-minute performance by Justin Bieber and his team of 25 dancers, with opening acts by Alan Walker, DJ Zaeden and Sartek, the audience will have a lot in store. The show will feature fireworks, confetti, lasers, graphics on big screens and even gas bursts. With production work being supervised by international experts, the main stage will have an unprecedented 600 moving lights and 300 square meters of LED displays