The postponement, with no new dates yet announced, is due to Justin Bieber's health issues.
Justin Bieber's concert in Lisbon was announced in November 2021, with ticket prices ranging between 49 euros and 80 euros, and had already sold out.
"Potential new dates will be subject to availability and schedules," reads the statement released by the promoter.
In June, in a video message to 260 million followers, the artist had already revealed that he would postpone some concerts on the tour because of facial paralysis, caused by Ramsay-Hunt syndrome.
In the message released today by the promoter, Justin Bieber, 28, explains that the "Justice World Tour" officially ended on September 6, with a concert at Rock in Rio, in Rio de Janeiro, and that all subsequent concerts in 2022 and 2023 are postponed.
Do you have to report on such rubbish. !!!!!!!
By J from Lisbon on 07 Oct 2022, 16:21
The concert was sold out so apparently lots of people *will* be interested in this piece of news.
As a non-fan of Bieber, I take it as good news that he won't be bringing his what-I-consider-rubbish here. Sadly, it also means a loss of hospitality revenue, locally.
By Claudine from Other on 08 Oct 2022, 09:41
why no mention of the jab side effects, adverse reaction, also same with his wife
By phil from UK on 10 Oct 2022, 13:22