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Justin Beiber The Global Justice Tour should continue for some time. The singer was scheduled to take the stage in Las Vegas on Sunday night, but the concert has now been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak among the pop star’s squad. Bieber himself has tested positive for COVID-19, the singer’s representatives confirmed to Variety.
The Vegas concert has been pushed back a few months, and now the date is set for June 28. Original concert tickets will be honored and a refund is now available for those who choose to get one.
The tour published the news of the sudden delay on Saturday evening.
“Due to the positive results of COVID within the Justice Tour family, we will unfortunately have to postpone our Sunday show in Las Vegas,” the statement read. “Justin is very disappointed of course, but the health and safety of his crew and fans is always his number one priority. Launching the tour in San Diego was a huge success and Justin is excited to bring this amazing show to his Las Vegas fans. ASAP.”
It remains to be seen if the outbreak will have an impact on Bieber’s other upcoming tour dates. The singer is scheduled to perform in Glendale, Arizona and Los Angeles, California during the week.
The World Justice Tour kicked off with its opening performance in San Diego on Friday. Las Vegas was intended as the tour’s second year performance, which is scheduled to span across 20 countries through March 2023. Jaden Smith and TEO will serve as opening performances for all 52 tour dates.
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