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Justin Bieber Performs Three Shows in 24 Hours During Las Vegas Blitz

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Justin Bieber performs onstage at h.wood Group's grand opening of Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas on July 10, 2021 in Las Vegas.

Justin Bieber left his mark on Las Vegas this weekend as the guest of honor for the multi-day opening festivities of Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas, the new iteration of the celebrity-favored West Hollywood supper club by The h.wood Group.

The singer, whose Justice world tour won’t launch until early 2022, performed not once but three times within 24 hours at various venues located at Wynn -- two of which were surprise shows.

The Bieber blitz began Friday night (July 9) as the singer took the stage at 1,500-capacity Encore Theater in his socks to perform a one-hour-plus 18-song set. The Kid LAROI joined him for their song “Stay,” which debuted Friday.

Several hours later, Bieber headed to XS Nightclub -- where headliners such as The Chainsmokers and Marshmello frequently take top billing -- to perform five songs. The 3,000-capacity crowd heard “Where Are You Now," “Cold Water,” “Peaches,” “Sorry” and “What Do You Mean.”

On Saturday night, after visiting the UFC 264 fight between McGregor and Poirier in a party bus, Bieber returned to Wynn to walk the carpet at the grand opening of Delilah, along with his wife Hailey, Kendall Jenner, Anitta, Dave Chappelle, Tyga, Travis Barker, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox, Addison Rae and more.

After midnight, he brought the house down -- backed by his band on Delilah’s intimate stage -- with a passionate and soulful set of half a dozen songs, including “Hold On,” “Holy,” “Peaches,” “Confident,” “What Do You Mean” and more. The Kid LAROI also appeared once again with Bieber on “Stay” for the crowd of 500 invited guests.

A longtime fan of The h.wood Group’s Delilah brand, Drake also checked out the new supper club on Friday night. On Thursday night, Andra Day performed three songs onstage at Delilah, including “God Bless the Child,” from her Golden Globe winning role in The United States vs. Billie Holiday.