Justin Bieber Cancels the Rest of “Justice World Tour”

Justin Bieber at the
Justin Bieber at the "Justin Bieber: Seasons" premiere in 2020. Photo by Chelsea Lauren/Shutterstock (10540667ar)

Justin Bieber previously postponed his Justice World Tour to focus on his health and he’s not ready to hit the road just yet. Justice World Tour officially ended its run after all the remaining dates on the tour calendar had been canceled.

Bieber had a few more remaining dates scheduled for this month across Europe, and he was supposed to perform everywhere from the UK and France to Germany and Austria. These dates were officially removed from his tour calendar after the tour’s Ticketmaster website page put red “canceled” notices next to them.

Bieber decided to postpone his tour in September last year, after opening up about the Ramsay Hunt syndrome diagnosis, which partially paralyzed his face. After performing at the Rock in Rio festival, he decided to take a break, saying “the exhaustion overtook me and I realized that I need to make my health the priority right now”

Following the tour’s official cancelation, the concert in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 4, 2022, serves as the tour’s conclusion. Justice World Tour supported the singer’s fifth and sixth studio album Changes (2020) and Justice (2021) and it included a total of 49 shows across North America, South America, and Europe throughout 2022.