New Yorkers can't get enough of the Biebs and the previously scorned Vancouverans are getting their fair share! Justin Bieber has added a pair of new dates to his upcoming, 45-city tour in support of 'Believe,' which launches Sept. 29 and runs through Jan. 26 of next year. A second date has been added in the New York City market, with a Vancouver date also confirmed. Both were booked in order to meet the overwhelming demand. Both cities have a raging case of Bieber Fever.

A second show at Madison Square Garden, the world's most famous arena, has been added for Nov. 29. It is Bieber's fourth New York area show and it will be the final area addition.

His native Canada also added another show, this time in Vancouver, British Columbia. That gig is set for Oct. 10. The Biebs took serious heat from the British Columbia faction of Beliebers, since there was no date in the city upon the initial tour date announcement. Since tour opener Carly Rae Jepsen hails from the BC province, it was considered an affront and a slap in the geographical face. But Biebs made up for the oversight on the quick.

Any PopCrush readers planning to attend these or any of the other gigs on the massive, four-month tour?

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