The Justice World Tour, which is Justin Bieber’s fourth concert tour is now postponed to a later date. The ongoing tour was previously called The Justin Bieber World Tour, and The Changes Tour. And, now the tour must halt for some time due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The tour since has faced its fair share of postponements, since the start. It was originally set to start in Seattle on May 14, 2020, but as the pandemic had wreaked havoc worldwide, it was postponed. The tour initially was an endeavor to support his fifth studio album Changes (2020). It was again rescheduled after the original delay to accommodate his sixth studio album Justice (2021).
Is The Justice World Tour Postponed Again?
The date for The Justice World Tour was finally set for February 18, 2022, ending on March 25, 2023, in Krakow, featuring 105 shows. However, it seems like the road has yet more bumps to face. The tour was opened in San Diego on February 18, but an outbreak of coronavirus among the pop star’s immediate team delayed the tour. The Canadian singer was supposed to go on stage on Sunday evening in Las Vegas, but this will now have to wait.
What is the new date set for The Justice World Tour?
The 90-day global run covered under the tour will now resume at a later date. The event that was to take place on February 20, will now be taking place on June 28. Presented by T-mobile, “Justice in Action” will be reaching globally beginning on June 28, instead of the run date in February. The launch of the tour on February 18 was immensely successful, and while Justin was excited to bring it to Las Vegas, it will now have to wait.
Has Justin Bieber Tested Positive?
The representatives for the singer have confirmed that Bieber has tested positive for COVID-19. According to the statement that was published, it stated that Justin is extremely disappointed because of this delay. However, his fans’ and crew’s safety and health are his topmost priority.
And, the statement further included that he is excited to bring the tour to Las Vegas as soon as possible. For the original concert, the tickets will be honored, and those who want to get a refund can opt for it.
The catalog of The Justice World Tour
The official website mentions that it is a six-leg tour, spanning over 13 months. Justin Bieber will visit 20 different countries. Leg 1 will end with his concert in Las Vegas. This performance is currently rescheduled to June 18. Leg 2 of the world tour is set in Europe, and Beiber will be traveling to four different countries, between August 3 to August 10.
Legs 3 to 5, will be featuring the concerts in South America, which includes the countries, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. From September to December, the concerts will also take place in countries, South Africa, Israel, Australia, and New Zealand. The sixth leg will once again return to Europe, beginning on January 13, 2023. In the final leg, the singer will be converting in 16 countries, spanning over three months. The show will be concluding the tour in Kraków, Poland.