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T-Mobile Presents New Year's Eve Live With Justin Bieber
Dec. 31 at 10:15 p.m. ET, with the show officially kicking off at 11 p.m. ET
T-Mobile customers can get free access to the lives-tream through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app or by going here, and the general public can purchase access to the gig for $25 here; access to the show will be available through Jan. 1 at 3 p.m. ET.
To wrap up a tumultuous year in the absence of live music, many artists are returning to the virtual stage to celebrate the new year with their fans.
Pay-per-view concerts providing an incentive to stay in include shows by BTS, Justin Bieber, Jason Isbell, the Avett Brothers, Bob Weir, Melissa Etheridge, Michael Franti and more. Themed shows include a special webcast from New Orleans’ most celebrated club, Tipitina’s, hosted by John Goodman.
The list of free shows bringing in 2021 covers the gamut from country group Alabama to EDM DJ Steve Aoki presiding over Los Angeles’ official New Year’s celebration. Multi-artist extravaganzas will include the likes of Post Malone, Jack Harlow, John Legend, Jason Derulo and recent TikTok favorites Aly & AJ.
Justin Bieber will ring in 2021 with a New Year’s Eve concert at the Beverly Hilton hotel, sources exclusively tell Page Six. But some Beverly Hills residents said the show already had their ears ringing on Wednesday during a soundcheck.
The “Yummy” singer is making his first live stage appearance since 2017 with the “NYE Live” gig that will stream digitally at 10:15 p.m. before re-airing twice on New Year’s Day. The location for the show has been kept strictly under wraps — with a press release saying only that it will be held at an “iconic” location. But we hear it’ll be outdoors at the famed Beverly Hilton, where giant scaffolding, sound equipment, and lighting gear was erected this week prior to the event, spies said.
But one annoyed local told us that a Bieber soundcheck was not music to their ears. “It was like a car was parked outside of my house blasting music at one million decibels,” the source said. “Many people in the neighborhood called the hotel [to complain], and the hotel referred them to the Beverly Hills police, and permit department.”
A Beverly Hills police spokesperson told Page Six when we asked about the Bieber show, and any noise complaints: “There were no calls for service from residents to the Beverly Hills Police Department. Any noise complaints are being referred to the film/permit office. This is an independent production that has obtained proper permitting. It is not City sponsored so we don’t have any additional detail to provide.”
Reps for Bieber, the hotel, and Beverly Hills did not get back to us.
The Beverly Hilton recently underwent a $35 million renovation. Sources speculated to us that Bieber could perform by its iconic outdoor pool.
Bieber is one of a number of major music acts putting on New Year’s Eve shows, including BTS, Post Malone, Kiss and Kylie Minogue. He’s been teasing rehearsals for his show on social media, showing off his dance moves. Reports have said that the show will practice strict COVID safety guidelines.
New Year's Eve this year will be like never before.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended pretty much every aspect of our lives in 2020, especially when it comes to getting together in large groups, as is the tradition on Dec. 31. Beloved events worldwide have been canceled to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 as vaccines begin to be rolled out. New York's world-famous Times Square ball drop, for instance, won't be open to the public.
Fans can watch "Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2021" on ABC beginning at 8 p.m. ET with performances by Jennifer Lopez, Machine Gun Kelly, Miley Cyrus and Megan Thee Stallion.
If "New Year’s Rockin’ Eve" isn't really your speed, a number of musicians are staging their own New Year's Eve concerts. And since 2020 is over but the pandemic is still here, they are livestreaming their shows for fans across the world. Here are five such events to consider: