Justin Bieber is making a fleeting promotional visit to New Zealand in July.
But the singer’s record company are keen to avoid any mayhem and are working with police and Auckland Council to nip any 'Bieber fever' in the bud.
The star has left a trail of hysteric girls in his wake as he tours the world promoting his new album, Believe.
In Oslo, 25,000 fans turned up outside his hotel and the city almost declared a state of emergency to cope with the frenzy.
In Mexico City, around 200,000 people turned up for a free concert.
Justin Warren, promotions director at Universal Music, told the New Zealand Herald the studio do not normally have to work with council and police but Bieber was an exception.
"With him you have to take some extra precautions. It's a problem unique to Bieber, and while it's a pretty good problem to have you can't control how many kids are going to turn up so it's just more about keeping them safe."
Extra measures will be taken to keep fans safe, including traffic management and crowd control measures, when the star flies into Auckland for a three-day visit on July 18.