December 8, 2015 12:09 am
Updated: December 8, 2015 1:01 am

Missed the Justin Bieber concert? Don’t worry, Twitter can help

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Justin Bieber played a sold-out show at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, and only 1,500 people were fortunate enough to get a ticket.

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The vast majority of Beliebers missed out on the tickets (they sold out within minutes), but luckily, Twitter came to the rescue. With #PurposeinTO trending worldwide, Justin Bieber tweets were popping up every second. As of 9:30 p.m. ET, over 190,000 tweets with that hashtag had been posted, according to Twitter Canada.

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The entire concert was encapsulated on the social media site, from videos to GIFs to photos. If you missed the show, here are the most notable moments of the night.

Bieber’s little half-brother Jaxon joined him on stage.

He tried on a bra after a fan threw it onstage.

He called his “Lonely Girl” up on stage, sang to her and gave her a huge bear hug.

He rocked the piano and sang “Let It Be” by The Beatles.

A girl near the front was on her phone and fans couldn’t handle it.

Fans’ emotions were tangible even over social media.

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