Justin Bieber Cancels Tour and Website Lists No Future Dates
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Justin Bieber Cancels Tour and Website Lists No Future Dates

Justin Bieber has officially ended his Justice World Tour with the remaining concerts in the U.S., Europe, Australia and parts of Asia now being cancelled. The singer’s social media page announced the news on Tuesday and his website has been updated to show that all his concerts for the U.S., the U.K., France, Ireland, Poland, Australia, Denmark and Czechia have been officially cancelled, with Bieber’s Bangkok and Thailand concerts also being pulled. Those who have already bought tickets for the tour are entitled to a full refund, whilst ticket holders who bought them through third-party sellers are required to contact the point of purchase to receive either a refund or a credit option.
The Justice World Tour has already faced several postponements, the latest of which were due to Bieber being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome which caused partial facial paralysis in June. However, when Bieber finally returned to touring in July, he had to cancel the rest of his concerts after only six shows as the tour took a heavy toll on him physically and mentally, leading him to experience extreme exhaustion.
In January, Bieber sold his entire music catalogue, including hits such as Despacito, Love Yourself and Baby, to Hipgnosis Song Management, a move that was rumored to have brought him a whopping $200 million.
Last month, the singer was featured on rapper Future’s track Private Landing, with Don Toliver.

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