Justin Bieber postpones his 2 concerts in Spain and says goodbye to the stage until April 2023

His show at Rock in Rio 2022 was the last he Justin Bieber He gave in this 2022. This has been officially confirmed through a statement on all his social networks. All the remaining concerts of his Justice World Tour They are postponed until 2023. And although the official note does not say so, health reasons are once again behind this decision.

“Justin Bieber announces that Justice World Tour has ended with rock in Rio. All remaining dates of his world tour are postponed until next year. Includes all dates up to and including March 25, 2023. Ticket holders for these shows will be informed of the next steps as they are updated. Justin Bieber has announced today that the rest of his world tour dates are being postponed. The tour, originally scheduled to start in 2020 before it had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, started in February of this year in San Diego (California) and made stops in 10 countries throughout 3 continents. On September 6, Justin initially announced that he would be taking a break from touring to make his health a priority. This news was followed on September 15 by his announcement of the cancellation of 12 concerts until October 18. With today’s announcement, these remaining dates are officially postponed. The new dates will be subject to availability. Fans with tickets to any of the postponed world tour dates will have to wait for further news of the dates, venues or cities when they are updated and available.” explains the note issued in the official profile of his tour.

The news directly affects the Spanish followers of the Canadian since the interpreter had planned offer a double show in Madrid and Barcelona in January of next year. The ticket sales companies have confirmed that “fans with tickets for the Madrid and Barcelona concerts should keep their tickets, as these will be valid for the new dates. We hope to be able to announce the new dates for the ‘Justice World Tour’ in Spain very soon.”

In total there are almost thirty shows that will have to be relocated to different countries: Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain and Italy.

The Justice World Tour is named after Justin’s latest hit album, Justice. Released in March 2021, it debuted as the most streamed album in 117 countries. The album and its tracks have taken this globally successful pop phenomenon to another level.

Justice has amassed nearly 9 billion streams worldwide, thanks to international hits like Anyone, Lonely and Holy, which already racked up 2 billion streams before the album’s release. Another smash hit, Peaches, followed immediately, amassing over 2.5 million streams to date. The duet with Kid LAROI, Stay, was released in July of that year and became the fastest song to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify.

We wish Justin Bieber a speedy recovery from the health problems that have forced him to postpone several of his shows in recent months and we count down the days to enjoy his music live again.

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Justin Bieber postpones his 2 concerts in Spain and says goodbye to the stage until April 2023

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