4 Feb 2024
Justin Bieber delighted his eagerly awaiting fans with a long-anticipated comeback in a private performance for Toronto fans ahead of the 2024 NHL All-Star Weekend.
The 29-year-old singer, who had been absent from live performances for over a year, took the stage at Drake's History Club for a memorable evening.
At the exclusive "Drew House x Toronto Maple Leafs" event held at the 2,500-seat arena, Justin treated the audience to a diverse set featuring classics, remixes, and beloved fan favorites. The Grammy award-winner's performance showcased his versatility and musical evolution.
Video clips captured the pop sensation's energetic dance moves as he performed some of his chart-topping hits, all while donning one of his signature Drew House hockey jerseys.
The event, held days before Justin's participation in the annual All-Star Game, marked a significant return to the spotlight after the cancellation of his Justice World Tour more than a year ago.
The cancellation came in the wake of Justin's diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt syndrome in June 2022, leading to the abrupt end of the tour named after his 2021 album, Justice.
Now, back in his element, Justin not only displayed resilience but also treated the audience to an upgraded version of "Baby," a remix of SZA's "Snooze," and a performance of his iconic hit from My World 2.0, "Eenie Meenie."
The event was a triumphant return for Justin Bieber, signaling a new chapter in his music career.