Justin Bieber has already hit the headlines for his bizarre demands and statements about his requirements to hold the show in Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium on May 10. Be that as it may, for fans a lot of facilities are being trotted out. Here’s all you want to know about the Bieber’s show. For starters, to make sure nothing goes wrong, 50-window box offices will be set up at the venue for the first time to avoid congestion near entry and exit points, so that fans can skip long queues and other problems. Mini-box offices will be set up at many retail outlets which will serve as pre-exchange outlets, reveals Indian Express. This is essential as some 60,000 people are expected to gather at the concert venue.
Ticket prices range from Rs 4,060 to Rs 76,790 and 80 per cent of them have been sold out! Currently, only tickets between Rs 5,040 and Rs 15,400 are available, said the event organisers. That may be because online ticket booking centres have allowed booking even on installment basis. The highest number of bookings have been done from cities like Pune, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Delhi.
A party bus will also be arranged, they said, to ferry people from different places to the venue and four grounds have also been reserved for parking purposes. A special chopper too will be provided that help people to come from Mahalaxmi to Navi Mumbai every 30 minutes. The PR agency Dream and Hustle said, a ferry will leave from the venue every 15 minutes.
Preparations for tight security is also being done said DCP Tushar Doshi who is handling the security. He said that the organisers have demanded more CCTV cameras and around 1000 private security guards to be deployed at the venue. “We will also be having a team of at least 150 policemen at the venue. Besides, we will also have officers from the Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad to conduct a check at the area before the event. We will be having a unit of Quick Response Team present at the spot in case of any untoward incident,” he said.
The canadian pop star will perform for 90-minute woth his team of 25 dancers. Alan Walker, DJ Zaeden and Sartek, will be doing the opening acts. Fireworks, confetti, lasers, graphics on big screens and even gas bursts are an added feature. As international experts are supervising the event’s production work, there will be 600 moving lights and 300 square meters of LED displays, said event organisers.