Bieber sells out U.S. tour in one hour
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS (CNN) — It may have taken more time for you to be seated at brunch this weekend than it did for Justin Bieber to sell out his entire North American tour.
The pop phenomenon's label confirmed that tickets for his U.S. Believe tour were gone within 60 minutes when they went on sale Saturday.
His manager Scooter Braun tweeted about the snappy ticket sales over the weekend - particularly ones for New York City's Madison Square Garden.
"What!?! Just found out @justinbieber sold out the entire #BelieveTour North America in 1 Hour and both MSG shows clean in 30 seconds!!!!" Braun wrote. "Blown away ... Now we are gonna make sure the #BelieveTour is as epic as possible ... Thank u for supporting the kid. Amazing."
Bieber's tour will begin on September 29 in Arizona and wrap up January 26, 2013, in Miami.
The teen singer, who suffered a concussion after running into a glass wall backstage at a Paris show last week, is currently tackling the overseas market and is reportedly headed to Spain next.
His next album, also titled "Believe," will arrive June 19.
CNN's Denise Quan contributed to this report.