Justin Bieber has put off the rest of his “Justice” world tour
Bad news for Filipinos who love Beyonce! The much-anticipated Justice World Tour performance in Manila has been rescheduled due to the singer’s health problems.
According to concert promoter Ovation Productions, the Justice World Tour concluded with “Rock in Rio” in Brazil, and “all concerts up to and including March 25, 2023” have been “rescheduled for next year.”
The international pop artist was scheduled to perform on October 29 at the CCP Open Grounds in the Philippines. The letter advised supporters to “wait for additional information on dates, venues, and towns as they become available.”
Ovation Productions guaranteed ticket holders for the Manila stop that their tickets will be honored on the new date. “Your tickets are still valid for the new date and no further action is required,” they stated, although for those who cannot attend the new day, the promoter will offer full refunds and provide additional information.
Originally scheduled for 2020, the Justice World Tour was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It ultimately began in February of 2022. In June, however, Justin stated he was suffering Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which caused facial paralysis. In September, the singer was forced to take another sabbatical to focus on his health. The tour resumed in July.
In 2011, Justin last performed in the Philippines. The Manila stop of his Purpose Tour was similarly canceled due to “unforeseen circumstances” in 2017, when he was scheduled to return.