Whether if you love him or hate him, we can all agree that Justin Bieber has had a fast and extremely successful rise to fame.
Sure, the singer has been caught in a
few ton of questionable situations, however, the Ontario-native has proven he is definitley a force to be reckoned with.
And now his talent is going to be honoured and recognized in an incredible way: at a museum exhibit in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario.
Housed at the Stratford Perth Museum, the exhibit will revolve around Bieber’s adolescence, during the period in his life when he started busking on the steps of Stratford’s Avon Theatre and how he rose to fame.
According to the museum, the exhibit, which is called ‘Steps to Stardom’, was created with the help of Bieber and his family.
Hundreds of items will be on display – many have been personally selected by Bieber – including a hockey bag and jacket from his time with the Stratford Warriors, running shoes, microphones, photographs, personal letters, various awards and more, reports Billboard.
Fans will be able to see the exhibit when it officially opens to the public on Family Day weekend.
When: February 18
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, 4275 Huron Road (Highway #8, just West of Stratford)