Justin Bieber has cancelled the remaining dates of his Justice World Tour, with the announcement being made on Tuesday.
The singer, who turned 29 on Wednesday, is thought to have cut the tour short due to his ongoing recovery from Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Many fans were quick to send messages of support to the hitmaker following the news, noting that his health comes first.
He was set to perform in the UK, France, Poland, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark and the Czech Republic during the tour – all of which now say cancelled on ticket sale websites.
Announcing the news was the tour’s official Twitter page on Tuesday, who assured fans they would all be receiving refunds for their tickets.
Australian ticket retailer Frontier Touring made an announcement via Instagram on Tuesday that the his dates for Australia and New Zealand had been cancelled, while the official tour Twitter page confirmed that ALL future tour dates were axed.
‘Justin Bieber has officially CANCELLED the remaining dates of his “Justice World Tour”. Check in with your point of purchase for refunds for your show dates,’ shared the Twitter account – giving no official reason for the move.
While Frontier wrote via Instagram: ‘Frontier Touring regret to advise that Justin’s Justice Tour of Australia and New Zealand has been cancelled.
‘All tickets purchased through the official ticketing outlets will receive a refund directly from the shows ticketing agency.’
Ticketholders for The O2 in London have received emails from provider AXS to advise them the show has been cancelled and they will automatically receive refunds in the coming days.
Some fans also questioned if this meant the the tour in full was off, as one questioned: ‘Including the Asia leg?’
The Justice World Tour Twitter account confirmed: ‘This includes ALL remaining tour dates’.
Justin’s cancellation came one day before his birthday, and just four days prior to his scheduled show in Manchester on 4 March.
And despite the news being confirmed by tour and ticketing agencies, the hitmaker is yet to speak out on the news himself.
The cancellation is thought to be amid Justin’s health woes, after he postponed shows at the end of 2022 due to illness.