Justin Bieber’s upcoming tour dates in Asia this year have been officially postponed due to the Canadian pop star’s health condition.
Concert promoter AEG Presents announced the postponement in a social media post earlier today (October 7), announcing that ‘Justice’ world tour dates will be moved to next year “subject to venue and date availability”. With this announcement, Justin Bieber’s ‘Justice’ world tour has officially ended with his performance at Rock In Rio.
AEG Presents has not yet announced any refunds or new concert dates and urges fans to “visit the respective ticket offices for more info”.
AEG Presents Asia previously shared in a statement that the Asia portion of the tour is expected to go ahead as planned, writing: “We can’t wait to see [Bieber] back on the road. We understand that the Asian portion of the tour will proceed as planned. Stay tuned for more updates.”
On September 6, Bieber postponed the remaining dates of his “Justice” world tour. In a statement issued via TMZBieber said his quick return to touring six live shows in Europe after overcoming his battle with Ramsay Hunt syndrome had left him exhausted, and the singer shared that after his performance at Brazil’s Rock In Rio festival that “the exhaustion [him]’ and he realized he needed to focus on his health.
In a more recent update on September 15, AEG Presents revealed that “Justice”‘s world tour dates in India, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Israel would be postponed due to the singer’s health concerns. Refunds are offered through BookMyShow and at the time of purchase.
Bieber revealed his diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt syndrome in mid-June, a few days after canceling the opening leg of his North American “Justice” tour due to “illness.” Videos he posted to social media showed Bieber struggling to blink, smile or move his right nostril.