Justin Bieber has been forced to suspend until further notice all his concerts on his world tour ‘The Justice World Tour’, including those in Barcelona and Madrid, scheduled for January 2023.
The news comes a month after Bieber himself announced on his social networks that he had to postpone his presentations for reasons of mental and physical health.
In this September’s announcement, the Canadian singer said exhaustion had gotten the best of him and he needed to “make health a priority.” And the suspension was due to having revealed that he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, a disease that left half of his face paralyzed for weeks.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) September 7, 2022
tried to make an effort and performed some concerts after the suspension of others, but was finally forced to make the informed statement that he had to postpone the performances: “I did Dix live shows, but it affected me a lot… I will take a break from you tour them at the moment. I’ll be fine, but I need time to rest and recover,” he said in the September statement.
This Thursday it has been made official that they will be postponed until March 25, 2023, according to TMZ magazine.
The people affected by the concerts in Barcelona and Madrid will also have to keep their tickets, since they will be valid for the dates that will be announced later. According to the promoter Doctor Music, these new dates will be announced soon.