Martin Garrix has revealed that he will be joining Justin Bieber on the Australian leg of his current Purpose World Tour, which takes place in March 2017.
Bieber’s tour takes in stops in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and more down under, for a string of five shows that run between Monday 6th and Saturday 18th March 2017.
Earlier this year (July), Garrix teased that the pair may also be working on music together. Speaking about whether a collaboration is in the pipeline in an interview at the time, the Dutchman said, “There’s some rough ideas going back and forth. One day.”
Last month Garrix also hit the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge with Bebe Rexha to perform their track, ‘In The Name Of Love’, as well as a cover of Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Heathens’.
Garrix and Rexha dropped ‘In The Name Of Love’ in July. It was also the first official track from the Dutch teen after signing a landmark deal with Sony Music International, which saw him set-up his new imprint STMPD with the backing of the major label.
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