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Get ready to book a trip to Canada, Beliebers!
The Stratford Perth Museum in Ontario is unveiling what is calls Steps to Stardom, an exhibit that will revolve around pop superstar Justin Bieber and how he rose to fame. The museum’s official website states that the exhibit was created with the help of Bieber and his family, and will feature hundreds of items on display.
Bieber’s grandparents, Diane and Bruce Dale, played a large role in making the exhibit possible, as well as Bieber himself, by donating items such as a hockey bag and jacket from his time with the Stratford Warriors, running shoes, microphones, photographs, personal letters, various awards and more.
The Stratford Beacon Herald reports that the museum’s board of directors had previously considered putting together a Bieber exhibit in the past, but it took some time and requests from die-hard fans to get the wheels moving.
“We started the conversation and they went back and forth with (his management) in Atlanta and Justin, and we got approval and then we started to go through the inventory of items they had,” said John Kastner, general manager of the Stratford Perth Museum.
The exhibit is set to open on Feb. 18 and last indefinitely. For more information, visit the website for the Stratford Perth Museum here.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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