Justin Bieber Kicks Off 'Purpose Tour' European Leg With Dazzling Iceland Shows [Videos]

Page Mackinley

Justin Bieber kicked off the European leg of his "Purpose World Tour" in Iceland, performing for a staggering 6 percent of the country's population on Thursday night. The Grammy winner also played on Friday.

Numerous glowing media outlet reviews and gushing tweets posted by fans who attended the superstar's opener reveal Bieber's concert wowed many of the over-19,000 audience at Kópavogur's Korinn venue.

In instances when vocal backing tracks were heard --- such as during dance sequences --- Bieber sang along. This is typical in a show which is big on pyrotechnics and visuals and which offers audiences a "spectacle."

Watch Bieber singing a slew of songs live from his latest album Purpose and hits from his Thursday concert in the following clips.

One indignant Twitter user, Niny Lorange, who went to both Iceland shows, wrote, "He was in front of me 98 percent of the time and trust me he sang, he was perfect!!"

— Niny Lorange (@awkwardninyyy) September 9, 2016

— Niny Lorange (@awkwardninyyy) September 10, 2016

Another Belieber who attended both Iceland concerts also tweeted praise. "I melted when he sang this part of I'll show you tonight," Twitter user Ahoy Bieber wrote in a caption alongside a video snippet.

— J (@AhoyBieber) September 9, 2016

Check out a selection of clips from Friday's show.

"Cold Water."

"Concert tours can be difficult," he told the audience. "But they are also the most fun and most rewarding thing I have ever done in my life."

The superstar added, "So I want to thank you for all your love. I know for sure that I wouldn't be here if it weren't for God in heaven. We are all given something – what counts is what we do with those gifts."

One fan tweeted that Bieber also said Iceland was his favorite place on Earth. Post-show, he shared a appreciative message on Twitter.

— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) September 10, 2016

The collaboration follows past alerts from both Bieber and the "White Iverson" rapper hinting new music was on the way. The mid-tempo jam is taken Malone's upcoming debut album Stoney, which is now past its due date of August 26. But, with this latest tasty Bieber-assisted gem to sate Malone fans, it's likely they won't mind the wait.

— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) September 9, 2016