Updated: Jan 20
Written by: Emily Hume
Justin Bieber was only 13 years old when he was initially discovered on YouTube, and within just a few years, he had taken the world by storm. To reflect this incredible success, he embarked on the My World Tour in 2010. In 2010, Justin Bieber launched his fan club "Bieber Fever" on www.bieberfever.com. This fan club only lasted for the length of his My World Tour, and Justin does not currently have a fan club.
It was right before the first leg of this tour that he also announced his first fan club,
“Bieber Fever.” The official website was www.bieberfever.com, and it was a place for fans to get exclusive content from Justin. Once fans signed up, they had early access to tickets, and they were also sent a thank you gift from Justin with a pack of stickers, a poster, a bracelet, and an official fan club membership card. This became very popular during this tour because Justin was selling out dates so fast, and this was a way for fans to have a better shot at getting tickets to see him live.
However, the official fan club did not last long. Justin Bieber fans, a.k.a. “Bielibers,” can no longer join this fan club. It seems that it was really only associated with the My World Tour, and it’s main purpose was to allow fans better access to tickets. Currently, there are several “Bieber Fever” websites, but the official club is no longer active.
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