If you have never been to or watched one of Justin Bieber's concerts online, you are certainly missing out on one of the biggest spectacles to hit the music industry in many years. There is really nothing like watching a huge stadium or arena packed to the hilt with screaming teenage girls who know each and every single word of his songs by heart and crying tears of joy like we all saw the youngsters do with Michael Jackson a few decades ago. He is really starting to make his mark with all of this attention that he has gained over the past few years, but these days it seems that he is not just sitting back and enjoying his success. He wants to be the biggest act around.
Bieber is now proving that he is one of the hardest working acts in all of the music industry and the proof is in the pudding when you watch his concerts being sold out within minutes of the tickets going on sale. He is not one of those acts that short changes his fan base, either. He gives a full two hour or longer show in front of the packed houses and provides plenty of side entertainment and crowd interaction as well. I often worry that some of these crazed fans are going to snatch the little guy up, but thankfully that has yet to happen.
There is no mistaking that the biggest tour that will be going on this year and next will not be the usual U2 or Dave Matthews Band tours, but rather the new kid on the block, Justin Bieber. Having him there on stage along with the multiple famous rappers and musicians that like to soak up a little of the attention that Bieber is getting really provides the audiences with a vast array of musical talents that will satisfy any listener. There is not one single genre of music that you could put these collaborations into and there is something that everyone is bound to enjoy.
It is definitely in everyone's best interest to give this kid a shot and see what all of the excitement is about. It is not just the little teenage girls who are starting to take notice of this kid. It is the well respected people of the business that know a good thing when they see it.