Bierber had been due to play shows in the US, Australia, and Europe, including a date in Manchester this Saturday (4 March).
Justin Bieber Cancels Remaining Justice Tour Dates after Ramsay Hunt Syndrome Diagnosis
Canadian singer Justin Bieber has cancelled the remaining dates of his postponed Justice World Tour, following health issues.
Bieber has postponed the international tour several times, telling fans last summer that he was suffering from facial paralysis, after a diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome (RHS), which left his face partially paralysed.
The 29-year-old pop star said last September that he wanted to make his “health a priority”.
Fan sites have reported that the remainder of the star’s Justice World Tour dates have been cancelled, and Bieber’s website doesn’t currently list any dates.
On ticket company Ticketmaster’s website, all concerts in the US, Ireland, France, Poland, Australia, Denmark, and the Czech Republic are also shown as canceled. The same goes for Bieber’s show in Bangkok, Thailand, according to event organiser Live Nation Tero.
The tour’s official Twitter page posted Tuesday that ticket holders would receive a refund.
Fans in London, where Bieber was originally scheduled to perform in February, received an email from events company AXS on Tuesday, stating: “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 apologise for any inconvenience this may cause,” it said, adding that refunds will be issued.
Some of Bieber’s fans have previously expressed their dismay about not receiving refunds for scrapped dates on the tour, which has reportedly grossed $55m (£46m).
The Grammy-winning artist’s last album, featuring the likes of Burna Boy, Chance the Rapper, and Khalid, brought him more success, reaching number one in the US and number two in the UK chart in April 2021.
But Bieber has since said that shows in Europe had “taken a real toll on me” and that “I’m going to be ok, but I need time to rest and get better.”