As many as 150,000 people are expected to flock Bieber's May concert. Photograph: (AFP)
The pop star's event in India is expected to be the largest ticketed concert in the Indian subcontinent
Pop star Justin Bieber is set to perform in Mumbai on May 10.
The Asia leg of Justin Bieber's 'Purpose World Tour' is set to be the the most expensive live concert in India, with a budget of $4 million.
The footfall expected to be at the concert is between 100,000 to 150,000, more than the numbers at Coldplay and Bryan Adams concerts.
Arjun Jain of White Fox India, said: "This is by far the biggest ticketed concert to be hosted in the Indian subcontinent. We will begin our preparations two months in advance."
Tickets will go live on February 22 and the pre-booking will start a week before that. Tickets will be priced at Rs 4,000 upwards.
Bieber's 'Purpose World Tour' has already had its North America and Japan legs and will embark on a Europe and Asia leg later this year.
Apart from Mumbai, Bieber's Asia leg will cover Tel-Aviv and Dubai.
(WION with inputs from ANI)