Justin Bieber's 'Justice Tour' Has Officially Been Canceled

By Dani Medina

February 28, 2023

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Justin Bieber's "Justice Tour" has officially been canceled.

Several fans have reported receiving emails Tuesday (February 28) from their point of purchase about venues canceling the remaining shows. "We regret to inform you that the Justin Bieber shows planned to take place at The O2 arena have been cancelled," one email from AXS obtained by iHeartRadio states.

As we've previously reported, the Biebs took a break from touring due to his Ramsay Hunt Syndrome diagnosis last summer and then made the decision in October to postpone the rest of the shows indefinitely. TMZ reported at the time that the shows, scheduled in South America, Africa, Asia, Australia and Europe, would be postponed until at least 2023.

While some fans have theories that JB might never take the stage again, others are hopeful that he canceled this tour because a new album means it wouldn't be the "Justice Tour" anymore. The "Peaches" singer has yet to release a statement about the canceled tour. If you've purchased tickets for the "Justice Tour," contact your point of purchase for more information about refunds.

In more Justin news, though, new music is on the way, his wife Hailey Bieber confirmed in her cover story for Vogue Australia over the weekend. "We were listening to one specifically...," Justin said about SZA's new album before Hailey cut him off, "Oh, 'Far'!" she said. "I love 'Far' right now, you're right, that one’s my favourite. But also ... the new song that you just recorded, I can't stop listening to right now. Nobody knows what that is yet," Hailey continued.

He's been spotted going in and out of studios in Los Angeles over the past few months! Most recently, JB was featured "Perfect Landing" off of Don Toliver's newest album Love Sick, which was released Friday.

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