STAGE TUBE: Justin Bieber Performs Live on TODAY
Megastar Justin Bieber performed live on this morning's TODAY show as part of the Toyota Concert Series. Over 8000 screaming fans swarmed the plaza to get a glimpse of the pop star. Watch the live performance below!
All TODAY concerts are free and open to the general public. You do not need a fan pass to attend. Here's the lineup for the rest of the Summer Concerts on TODAY:
22: Kenny Chesney, #ChesneyTODAY
29: Maroon 5, #Maroon5TODAY
6: Flo Rida, #Only1FloTODAY
13: Zac Brown Band, #ZacBrownTODAY
20: Hot Chelle Rae, #HCRTODAY
3: Matchbox Twenty
Additional performances may be announced throughout the season. Access to concerts is available on a first-come, first-served basis outside of TODAY's studio at 49th Street and Rockefeller Center.
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