Justin Bieber confirms positive for Covid and delays Las Vegas concert

The tour confirmed that Bieber has tested positive and that there is an outbreak in the pop singer's entourage. It is not clear if the outbreak will affect other dates on the tour.

Justin Bieber confirms positive for Covid and delays Las Vegas concert

Justin Bieber will be unable to perform his Justice World Tour for a while. The concert was scheduled for Sunday night in Las Vegas, but it has been canceled due to Covid-19 outbreak among the singer's team. Reps for Bieber confirmed that he has been tested positive for Covid-19.

Las Vegas concert date has been moved back by a few months. It will now be held on June 28. All tickets purchased for the original concert date are valid and will be honored. Refunds are available to those who choose to request one.


The abrupt delay that occurred on Saturday night was shared by the tour.
The statement states that "Due to positive COVID Results within the Justice Tour Family, we will have to postpone Sunday’s show in Las Vegas." Although Justin is deeply disappointed, his top priority is the safety and well-being of his crew and his fans. Justin was thrilled to present this amazing show to his Las Vegas fans. The tour launch in San Diego was huge success.

It is still unknown if Bieber will be affected by the outbreak on any of his other tour dates. Bieber will perform in Glendale (Arizona) and Los Angeles during the week.

The Justice World Tour began on Friday with its first performance in San Diego. Las Vegas was to be the second performance of the tour, which will run through 20 countries until March 2023. TEO and Jaden Smith will open all 52 dates.