There have been rumors for a long time, now it's certain: Canadian pop star Justin Bieber (28) is no longer going on his huge world tour. Appointments that have been postponed so far will not be made up for. The complete cancellation was confirmed on the official Twitter account of the "Justice World Tour". The organizers have not yet given a reason. Bieber himself is also still silent on his social media accounts about the latest developments. All concerts originally planned until March 2023 have been canceled without replacement.
In Germany, Justin Bieber should have performed in Munich on March 9th. Fans who have already bought tickets should contact the pre-sale points for a refund of the ticket costs. Justin Bieber's ongoing health problems are suspected to be the reason for the cancellation. The singer himself reported to his fans in June 2022 and made it public that he suffered from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and had suffered hemifacial paralysis.
Most recently, he interrupted his world tour at the beginning of September after a few dates. Previously, the mega tour had to be suspended in June due to his poor health. The planned concerts in Hamburg (January 16), Cologne (January 31), Frankfurt (February 2) and Berlin (February 4) were initially postponed indefinitely, but have now been completely cancelled. His last concert to date was on September 4, 2022 at Rock in Rio in Brazil. As Bieber explained afterwards, he was completely exhausted and could no longer stand on stage for the time being.