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Justin Bieber thrills fans at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall
Proceeds from show go to Stratford, Ont., food bank used by singer’s mother
“It’s really good to be home,” the pop star said as he took the stage in a white toque, grey hoodie, black jeans and sneakers. ”You guys are special, very special.”
“We’re just going to make this really loose,” he added as he sat on a stool beside guitarist Dan Kanter to kick off the acoustic show with his new hit What Do You Mean.
It was also a family affair at the show as Bieber brought his little sister, Jazmyn, and little brother, Jaxon, onstage briefly.
He performed a mix of hits as well as holiday tunes, and even a rendition of Drake’s hit Hotline Bling.
He also interacted with the crowd, allowing a fan to ask him a question — it was about his favourite candy, which he said is Sour Patch Kids. To the viewers watching the live stream on his website, he said it “sucks you guys aren’t here.”
Before the show, some Beliebers set up camp on the sidewalk for more than 24 hours with lawn chairs and tents outside the Riverdale venue.
Many fans wanted to catch a better glimpse of the 21-year-old by lining up early this morning. The general admission passes rewarded those who came earlier, giving better seats on a first come, first serve basis.
They are among the lucky few to snag a coveted ticket. Tickets were sold out within mere minutes following Bieber’s announcement last week.
Fans of Canadian music superstar Justin Bieber packed into Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall Monday night for an intimate acoustic performance by the Stratford, Ont., singer aimed at helping his hometown.
“I think this is the best crowd I’ve ever been a part of,” Bieber told the more than 1,500 screaming fans in the crowd. “I’m having a great time up here tonight.”
The concert was dubbed “An Evening with Justin Bieber” and all proceeds from the show are going to the Stratford House of Blessing, which provides food bank services and more to those in need.
Justin Bieber wows fans with intimate Toronto show
Justin Bieber kicked off an intimate benefit concert in Toronto in comfy, casual style, telling the crowd: “It’s good to be back in Canada!”
“It’s really good to be home,” he said, taking the stage at the Danforth Music Hall in a white toque, grey hoodie, black jeans and sneakers.
“We’re just going to make this really loose,” he added as he sat on a stool beside guitarist Dan Kanter to kick off the acoustic show with his new hit “What Do You Mean.”
It was a family affair at the show as Bieber brought his little sister, Jazmyn, and little brother, Jaxon, onstage briefly.
“It’s pretty stressful,” said Bousfield, who took a bus to the city and camped out overnight with a friend in front of the venue in hopes of securing a front-row spot. They barely slept and planned to still show up for school for exams on Tuesday.
“I have such anxiety, it’s crazy,” she added.
Danielle Leonard, 15, from Richmond Hill, Ont., called it a “once-in-a-lifetime experience.”
“At shows at the Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre, they’re not as special as this one,” said Leonard, who had been camping out at the venue with a friend since 7 p.m. on Sunday.
“There’s a little amount of people and they’re all worshipping the same person that you are, rather than like 50,000 people being there. Like, he’s actually paying attention to the people in the crowd.”
Bieber has helped out the Stratford food bank before.
Last year, he and his grandmother donated several of his childhood items for the group to auction off on eBay.
The 21-year-old pop superstar has also donated ,000 to the group.
Bieber has been riding high on the charts with his new album “Purpose,” which includes the hits “Sorry” and “What Do You Mean.”
On Monday he got a Grammy nomination for best dance recording for “Where Are U Now,” a collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo.