If you didn't nab tickets to Justin Bieber's 2012-2013 Believe tour, which added dates at New York City's famed Madison Square Garden due to high demand, then you're SOL. The Biebs' manager Scooter Braun revealed that the entire tour is completely and utterly and totally sold out. Great news for the teen and his team. Not so good news for Beliebers that didn't act fast enough.

Braun tweeted the good news yesterday (June 2), just 17 days before the release of 'Believe,' which Beliebers are looking forward to with messianic anticipation. So unless you have friends in high places or plan to shell out a wad of cash on StubHub or to scalpers or ticket brokers, your chances of seeing Bieber perform 'Boyfriend,' 'Die in Your Arms' and more are slim to nil. Boo!

Below is Braun's tweet about the tour's sell-out status. Congrats to the Biebs. He's has a pretty brutal week, with a rash of not-exactly-good publicity over the pap scuffle and the Norway frenzy, and sustained a concussion, to add insult to injury. This is the best possible news he could have hoped for.

Swag, swag, swag.