The legendary Bieber man’s plans for his stay!

Unless you happen to be living under a rock, you should be aware by now that Justin Bieber is coming to India as part of his Purpose World Tour. The upcoming Mumbai concert has been the talk of the town for the recent past, and although there will only be one performance, Justin is planning on spending 5 whole days in India, and will explore the city of Mumbai as well as other parts of the country.

This is what we know of the five days he will spend here, as reported by Times Of India:

Day 1

The first day of Bieber’s visit will see the pop-icon dining on some of the finest Indian cuisines, served by royal butlers flown in from Rajasthan, especially for the occasion. The thalis that the food will be presented in will be made of traditional gold and silver coated, and are being customized with engravings of the artist and his entourage’s names embedded on the dinner plates in beautiful Devanagari script. Justin Bieber, a self-proclaimed admirer of Indian food, will be served an array of authentic cuisine representative of all the states of India. The overall ambiance is said to resemble an imperial fortress, complete with flute and sarangi players. 

Day 2

The second day of the will entail a tour of the major attractions of the city, including the Gateway of India, Kala Ghoda and Mani Bhavan, that showcase a mix of heritage and history. The tour will be immediately followed by a relaxing Aryuvedic spa session, an apt activity considering Bieber’s love for massages. The star is also planning a visit to an underprivileged home, as well as a party being hosted by a leading industrialist and film star.

Day 3

The much-awaited Bieber concert in Mumbai will take place on the third day of his trip, followed by a private yacht party with live karaoke singing.

Day 4 & 5

The last two days will have Bieber visiting New Delhi and Jaipur, stopping along the way at Agra to pay a visit to the Taj Mahal. 

Get your tickets for his India concert here.  You can check out the event page here.