The remainder of Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour, which was delayed in September 2022 as a result of the singer’s struggle with Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, will not be completed.

Fans’ dreams of seeing Justin, 28, perform live soon were dashed when they learned via email on Tuesday, February 28, that the 70 remaining shows on the tour had been cancelled. The information was verified by the “Justice Tour Updates” Twitter handle. Fans should be able to contact their place of purchase to request a complete refund for their tickets.

Beginning on February 18, 2022, Justin’s Justice tour was scheduled to last until March 20, 2023. The “Peaches” performer, however, declared that he was canceling the remaining dates of the tour after his performance in Rio de Janeiro on September 4, 2022. Justin broke the news in a statement on his Instagram Story, writing, “Earlier this year, I went public about my battle with Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, where my face was partially paralyzed. I was unable to finish the Justice tour’s North American leg as a consequence of this illness.

After taking some time to recover and talking to my doctors, family, and team, Justin continued, “I went to Europe in an attempt to continue the tour. I put on six live performances, but it was extremely taxing on me. I devoted everything I had to the Brazilian people this past weekend when I performed at Rock in Rio.

I was so worn out when I left the platform that I immediately understood the importance of prioritizing my health at this time. So for the time being, I’m going to stop traveling. I’ll be alright, but I need some time to relax and recover. I’ve been so proud to share this show and our message of justice with the globe, he continued. I appreciate your thoughts and encouragement during this entire process. I adore each and every one of you.

In June 2022, Justin made his Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome prognosis public. The illness, a side effect of shingles, damaged the nerve in his right ear, resulting in facial immobility. Justin’s work has been impacted by his struggles with mental health. Justin stated, “It was like I had all this success, and it was still like: I’m still sad, and I’m still in agony,” in a 2021 GQ interview. And I’m still dealing with these problems. And I believed that all of my accomplishments would make everything better.


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