Greensboro concert delights ‘Beliebers’

Reviewed by Presley Mauney
Times-News correspondent

   GREENSBORO – Justin Bieber rocked the Greensboro Coliseum stage on Wednesday night. Fans from all across North Carolina, which call themselves ‘beliebers,’ stood up and screamed when Bieber rose from the stage, coming out of a rectangular box. He opened with the single “Mark My Words.” Bieber amazed the fans with his incredible singing, and also dancing with his back-up dancers.
Throughout the concert, Bieber sang songs from his most recent album, “Purpose” including “What Do You Mean,” “Where Are U Now,” “Company,” “Love Yourself” and many more. He also performed such tunes as “Boyfriend” and “As Long as You Love Me” from the “Believe” album. But the song that had almost every person in the stadium singing along was “Baby,” his smash hit from 2010. Some audience members could be seen singing, dancing, or even crying.
   The concert was coming to an end, but the fans were not ready to leave. Bieber had performed “Purpose,” and walked off the stage. Everyone had thought it was over, and was ready to leave but a video of Bieber appeared on the screen. He ended the concert with a finale, singing “Sorry,” one of the most popular songs from the “Purpose” album. Showers of rain fell onto the stage while Bieber and his dancers rocked some moves as the audience danced and sang along. It was a wonderful end to a magnificent concert.

Presley Mauney is a rising freshman at Western Alamance High School and a Teens & 20s writer.

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