One of the world’s greatest popstars was set to return to Singapore this month. However, due to ”unforeseen circumstances” Justin Bieber has cancelled his Justice World Tour and will not hold a concert at National Stadium Singapore on October 25.
The Grammy-winning artist was scheduled to perform over 100 dates throughout 2022 and 2023 globally. From North America to the UK, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, to name a few locations. Meanwhile, it was set to be Bieber’s first stint in Singapore since 2013. Instead, new dates will be announced for 2023.
In an Instagram post, AEG Presents Asia announced: ”Fans with tickets to all postponed World Tour dates should await further news on dates, venues and cities as updates become available,” adding that they ”apologise for the inconvenience caused”.
The 28-year-old Candian superstar revealed back in 2020 that he had been diagnosed with Lyme Disease, a tick-borne illness that can spread to the joints, heart and nervous system, which can lead to a host of other illnesses. After cancelling part of his tour earlier this year, Bieber also revealed he had developed Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, a complication that led to temporary facial paralysis.
The Singapore show for Justin Bieber was sold out with tickets ranging from $108 to $348. Unfortunately, fans will now have to wait until 2023 for world-class hits such as Peaches, Holy, Love Yourself, Yummy, Sorry and more.