SARATOGA (997NOW/CBSSF) – You can call Justin Bieber a lot of things, but selfish is not one of them! Thanks to Bieber’s intimate charity show for College Track at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga on Saturday night, lots of students are smiling. Not just the Justin Bieber fans who where there, but the 1,000 others who weren’t, but will still benefit from the show.

While some of Bieber’s Bay Area fans complained about the high prices of the concert (tickets went from $250.00- $1,500.00 each), one thing that will not be forgotten, is that this was all for charity. Justin Bieber will be back to the Bay Area, one day soon, but for one night – it was about thinking of others and helping students live their college dream.

The event was a complete success, to say the least! From the show’s proceeds and other funding, over 1,000 kids will get to go to college. Even with Bieber’s sick girlfriend, Selena Gomez, in the hospital, the show went on and Justin was in the best of moods.

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Justin Bieber Fans (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Here’s what Justin Bieber Tweeted:

@justin bieber: Tonight we are all just happy. Great night. We did that show for all the right reasons. 2nite my fans helped #makeachange with College Track

@justinbieber: Great night!! Felt great to be back on stage. And for a great cause! I have the greatest fans in the world because they give back

@Justin also celebrated this milestone by tweeting: 1000 Kids! #SWAG – thank you to the fans- you made it happen – #madeachange

@CollegeTrack tweeted: Thanks @justinbieber @scooterbraun @jonmchu @theLXD for an AMAZING College Track concert. Last night you helped 1,000 kids go to college

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