Bieber resided at a futuristic house on Helsby Hill owned by Widnes Vikings chairman Steve O’Connor during his three-date gig in Manchester.
But on Tuesday (October 25) he enjoyed a packed day as an action man – no wonder his security confirmed he was asleep in the luxury mansion the following afternoon just ahead of his Sheffield gig.
First, he first visited Catton Hall, Frodsham, where he was described as being in ‘great spirits’ when he participated in outdoor activities in the Cheshire countryside including quad biking and shooting.
In a statement, the company said: “Justin Bieber visited us here at Catton Hall on Tuesday 25th October.
“As the North West’s premier location for outdoor activities, we are regarded highly for our quality, professionalism and discretion when hosting high profile clients, and as such, Justin was welcomed and comfortable here.
“He enjoyed the privacy offered by our beautiful estate of over 200 acres, and tried his hand at some of our activities including clay pigeon shooting, air rifling and quad bikes. He was in great spirits and excelled at the activities.
“It would be an absolute pleasure to welcome him back to Catton Hall in the future.”
But his action-packed day didn’t end there as the Canadian ice hockey fan joined Manchester Storm for a game at Altrincham Ice Rink on Tuesday evening. His ice hockey sticks were witnessed being transferred from one vehicle to another by Bieber’s staff, based at Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Hoole, before being driven away last Saturday.
Images showed Bieber looking at ease on the ice dressed in a team jersey and Manchester Storm general manager Neil Russell told our sister newspaper the Manchester Evening News that the Sorry singer was a skilled skater. The pop star even scored a goal. And he signed a jersey for the team.