Canadian pop star, Justin Bieber (27) has postponed his scheduled North American concert again due to the emerging coronavirus pandemic.
The Canadian singer announced new dates for the “Justice World Tour 2022” (World Justice Tour 2022) the day before yesterday. His five-month tour, which includes 52 concerts in America and Canada, is scheduled to begin in San Diego, California, in February 2022.
Bieber was initially scheduled to tour the United States and Canada, titled “Changes” (Changes), from May 2020, but was canceled due to the pandemic.
And this year, the singer wanted his canceled concerts to start in June.
“The tour was scheduled to start this summer, but due to (Covid-19) restrictions, which differ according to each state, the tour has been postponed to 2022,” said a statement on the website of his concert tour.
It is noteworthy that Bieber released his fifth album, entitled “Changes” (Changes) in 2020. Last March, he released the album “Justice” (Justice).
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