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Justin Bieber's 'Bieber Fever' won't be spreading to fans across Australia and New Zealand any time soon. The Canadian pop superstar has cancelled his Australasian leg of his Justice World Tour due to illness.
Initially scheduled to commence in 2020, AEG Presents and Frontier Touring, producers of the Australian leg with their partner AEG Presents, confirmed its cancellation via social media post.
The pop star had been scheduled to perform a series of stadium shows across Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland between November and December 2022. However, he's now postponed those dates as well as all other Australian and New Zealand dates on his 'Justice' tour.
Frontier Touring and AEG Presents present Justin's first global outing since his 2016-2017 Purpose World Tour, the 'Justice World Tour'. It follows the release of Justin's most streamed album to date, 'Justice', which debuted as the most streamed album in 117 countries with hits like 'Anyone', 'Lonely' and 'Holy'.
However, in June the singer suffered from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome which forced him to cancel and postpone many of his North American tour dates. The 'Sorry' singer shared that the tour was taking a real toll on him and that it was important for him to prioritize his health.
In September, Bieber postponed his North American leg of his Justice Tour and any Australian or New Zealand dates until 2023 in order to take time off from touring. This cancellation marked the beginning of a string of cancellations which eventually led him to sell all his music catalog to Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $280 million in January.
Fans have been left disappointed and upset by the announcement that the 'Sorry' singer has cancelled his upcoming tour, which was set to start in Australia next month. Prior to canceling, he had stated his intentions of taking some time away from performing and focusing on health.
Frontier Touring's social media account reports that their Justice Tour of Australia and New Zealand has been cancelled due to "a series of issues." The pop star was originally scheduled for six shows across Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane as well as one in Auckland.
In November 2021, pop star Justin Bieber announced his 'Justice' tour - his first major concert since his 'Purpose World Tour'. When the album dropped in March of that same year, it quickly became one of the most streamed albums worldwide.
In addition to its remarkable success, 'Justice' also debuted at number one on the ARIA albums chart. Hit tracks such as 'Anyone', 'Lonely' and 'Holy' have amassed more than 9 billion streams worldwide.
Justin Bieber has shocked tens of thousands of fans in Australia and New Zealand by canceling the last remaining dates on his Justice World Tour. This came as a shock to those who had held onto tickets since it was postponed last year in an effort to focus on his health.
In June, the singer revealed that he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome - an illness affecting the facial nerve near the ear that impairs facial movement. As a result, he has struggled to blink, smile or move his right nostril.
Frontier Touring has issued a statement on its website informing fans of the cancellation of all Australian and New Zealand dates for their tour. While they did not provide an explanation as to why, all tickets purchased through authorized outlets will receive refunds.
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Global popstar Justin Bieber has left tens of thousands of Australian fans disappointed and furious after canceling the Australia and New Zealand leg of his 'Justice' Tour. Show promoter Frontier Touring confirmed that the Canadian singer had cancelled the shows; however, an explanation was never given as to why.
On November 22nd, 2021, the tour is set to commence in Perth, Australia before continuing onto Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane before finally concluding in Auckland.
Frontier Touring announced earlier this year that Bieber would be postponed from his tour until 2023 due to health reasons. This delay was apparently done in order for Bieber to remain healthy enough to participate.
In June last year, Bieber was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome - a complication of shingles that causes partial facial paralysis. Signs include difficulty blinking, smiling and moving one's right nostril.
He had to postpone the start of his 'Justice' tour in the US due to health concerns, and later announced he would take time off from touring in order to address his illness.
When the 'Justice Tour' returned, it was only for six concerts across Australia and New Zealand. But after tickets sold out quickly, the promoter added an additional night in Sydney to their itinerary.
Bieber had already announced in September that he would be taking time off to focus on his health, postponing the shows until further notice.
Bieber had yet to cancel his December New Zealand show at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
Last year, the 2022 show had been postponed several times; even an October date had been suggested.
Bieber has always put his health first, yet that didn't guarantee he'd make it to the show. In September, he announced that he was postponing the North American leg of his 'Justice' tour in order to prioritize his wellbeing.
Fans of Justin Bieber were left fuming when the singer cancelled his 'Justice' Tour of Australia. The Baby hitmaker had been scheduled to perform six shows across Australia - Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland.
On Wednesday, Frontier Touring confirmed the Justice World Tour had been cancelled. They did not immediately have an explanation for why, but assured ticket holders their tickets will still be valid when Bieber announces new dates for his tour.
It comes after the singer had to cancel his world tour earlier this year due to health concerns. He revealed that he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, an ailment of the facial nerve that causes partial paralysis on one side of his face.
In a series of Instagram posts, the pop star informed fans that he would be taking a break from touring to focus on his health. Additionally, a photo was shared of himself and Hailey Bieber with their newborn child.
Hailey and Bieber have faced a great deal in the past year, with Hailey needing to go to hospital for stroke-like symptoms and Bieber dealing with an illness that left his face partially paralysed. Both situations caused major heartbreak for him, yet he has remained an incredible source of support for Hailey throughout it all.
Many fans were disappointed in the cancellation of Bieber's tour, yet others expressed their gratitude for his decision to put his health first. One fan wrote, "We are so thankful that he took time out for himself; we have never been happier."
He will be greatly missed by his fans. We wish him all the best in the future and hope he can get back on the road soon.
In the meantime, if you're hoping to catch Bieber live in concert, there are still several shows remaining in Australia and New Zealand that you can attend. One such event is his performance at Brisbane's Suncorp stadium between November and December.