Justin Bieber Cancels His Remaining Justice World Tour

Justin Bieber Cancels His Remaining Justice World Tour

It appears like Justin Bieber may end his global tour early. After numerous delays, the “Sorry” singer reportedly decided to postpone the remaining dates of his Justice World Tour.

The Utilita Arena Sheffield in the United Kingdom, where Justin Bieber was soon scheduled to appear, conveyed the news that the concert had been postponed to fans, informing them, “Notification: This show has been cancelled.” Your refund will be done quickly and automatically according to the method you used to make the purchase.”

The majority of Justin Bieber’s scheduled upcoming engagements, which are listed on the Ticketmaster website, are located in Europe. All of these events have been tagged as cancelled.

Detailed instructions on how fans may get their tickets reimbursed for the shows they won’t be attending were also provided on the Justice Tour Updates Twitter account along with news of the cancelled shows.

After a COVID-19 infection, Justin originally postponed his tour last year. The remainder of Bieber’s Justice World Tour was then postponed, he revealed in October. He gave his followers an explanation the next month.

Bieber, who was given the diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt syndrome back in June, said in a statement, “Earlier this year, I went public about my fight with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, where my face was partially paralyzed. I was unable to finish the North American leg of the Justice Tour as a result of my illness.

Following the cancellation of the remaining U.S. dates, Bieber took some time off. Then, after speaking with his team, family, and doctors, he resumed the European part of the tour, playing six separate gigs. He continued the tour after that, finishing it with a performance in Brazil. Even while the 28-year-old pop artist was initially “excited” to go back on the road, he ultimately found it to be stressful and chose to halt the Justice globe tour.

Justin Bieber Cancels His Remaining Justice World Tour

It really affected me, he wrote. “I gave everything I had to the Brazilian people this past weekend when I played at Rock in Rio. I was so worn out when I left the stage that I immediately understood I had to put my health first. So for the time being, I’m going to stop touring. I’ll be fine, but I need some downtime to recover.”

As Bieber went on, “Introducing this event and our message of justice to the globe has made me incredibly proud. We appreciate your prayers and support over this entire process. I adore everyone of you dearly!”

Regarding the postponed tour dates, Bieber has not yet made any public remarks.

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