Justin Bieber, 29, has cancelled the remaining dates of his Justice World Tour following his battle with some health challenges.
The cancellation comes months after the Canadian singer first announced he was postponing his tour due to his Ramsay Hunt Syndrome (RHS) diagnosis – a viral reactivation and one of 60 causes of facial palsy, or facial paralysis as it is known in the US.
He said in September 2022 that he wanted to make his ‘health a priority’.
At the time, Bieber said that shows in Europe had ‘taken a real toll’ and he needed more time to ‘rest and get better’.
On ticket company Ticketmaster’s website, all concerts in the US, Ireland, France, Poland, Australia, the US, Denmark and the Czech Republic are also shown as cancelled.
The same goes for Bieber’s show in Bangkok, Thailand, according to event organizer Live Nation Tero.
It was also announced on Tuesday, February 28, 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.’
Over the past year the tour has amassed more than 55 million dollars (£46 million) in revenue, although fans have expressed their dismay online that they had still not received previously promised refunds.