Birmingham’s largest residential conferencing venue, Conference Aston, is hosting a Justin Bieber conference for 60+ OABs (Old Age Beliebers) from across the West Midlands, after discovering his popularity with the elderly in the region.
The conference is celebrating all things Bieber with a host of stations and activities devoted to the 23-year-old Canadian star.
Activities taking place over the three hour conference include the ‘What do you mean?’ hearing station, ‘Love Yourself’ confidence workshop, and a ‘Sorry’ station where OABs can spill their life’s regrets. Justin Bieber’s Purpose album - a firm favourite with the senior citizens - will be played on induction loop for delegates with hearing aids.
Doris Evans, 71 from West Bromwich, said: “I’ve loved Bieber from his baby to bad boy stages. No-one expects me to like Justin Bieber but I think he’s a talented young chap. His music makes me feel so young. Me and my friends listen to him whilst playing bowls and doing aqua aerobics. He makes our joints feel supple and gets our hearts racing”.
Muriel Josephs, 80, said: “After the conference, me, Irene and Gladys are going to get matching tattoos. We’ve always wanted them but have never been brave enough. We were going to get one for Elvis, but we love Justin Bieber more. We’re going to get ‘Bieber’s Babes’ on our lower backs”.
The conference is taking place on Saturday 1st April, 3-6pm.
For more information, visit www.conferenceaston.co.uk