The 29-year-old singer’s previously postponed “Justice World Tour” has been cancelled, and the dates are reportedly deleted from Justin Bieber’s official website.
Fans of Justin Bieber who have been waiting for new dates for his postponed international tour have been told that the shows will not take place. According to fan sites, the remainder of the Canadian singer’s Justice World Tour dates have been cancelled, and Bieber’s website currently does not list any dates.
All concerts in the United States, Ireland, France, Poland, Australia, the United States, Denmark, and the Czech Republic are also listed as cancelled on the website of ticket company Ticketmaster. Similarly, according to event coordinator Live Nation Tero, the same goes for Bieber’s show in Bangkok, Thailand.
Justin Bieber has officially CANCELLED the remaining dates of his “Justice World Tour”. Check in with your point of purchase for refunds for your show dates. pic.twitter.com/vMZ2RsdlyR
— Justice Tour Updates (@JusticeTourNews) February 28, 2023
The following text appeared in screenshots of the AXS email that were posted on Twitter: “We regret to inform you that the Justin Bieber shows planned to take place at The O2 arena have been cancelled. We understand you will be disappointed and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.”
Bieber first announced that he would be taking a break from performing in June, one month after his tour began, due to Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which left his face partially paralyzed. At the end of July, the pop star resumed touring.
However, in September, a day after giving a performance at the Rock in Rio music festival in Brazil, Justin once more declared he wasn’t prepared to resume touring. The singer admitted that “it took a real toll” on him in a statement posted on Twitter.
After leaving the stage, he said: “the exhaustion overtook me and I realized that I need to make my health the priority right now. So I’m going to take a break from touring for the time being. I’m going to be ok, but I need time to rest and get better.”
Published by HOLR Magazine.