Justin Bieber’s Remaining Concerts Are Postponed, Including in Jakarta

Justin Bieber's Remaining Concerts Are Postponed, Including in Jakarta

Famous singer, Justin Bieber, confirmed to cancel the rest of his concert tour. Thus, the remaining world tour concert entitled “Justice World Tour” which is originally held in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, to Australia has been postponed indefinitely. Then, what is the cause?

Originally scheduled to be held in 2020, the “Justice World Tour” concert just kicked off in February 2022 in San Diego, United States after being postponed for almost two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation.

On September 6, Bieber announced he would be taking a break from concerts due to mental and physical health issues. Initially, he thought he would be able to continue his concert schedule in Asia, including Singapore, Jakarta, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Bangkok, Nagoya, Osaka, and Tokyo.

“I will take a break from the tour schedule for now. I will be fine, but I need time to rest to be healthier,” Justin wrote in early September, after announcing the reason for the postponement of the rest of the concert schedule “Justice World Tour.”

At that time, Justin also had time to explain his condition. He admitted that he forced himself to continue his concert schedule in Europe. However, his condition actually got worse after that.

“Last weekend, I performed at Rock in Rio and I gave my best to the fans in Brazil. But after getting off the stage, I felt so tired and realized that I had to prioritize my health.”

Concert organizer AEG Presents Asia announced the news in an Instagram post saying that the Canadian pop star’s remaining “Justice World Tour” concert schedule would be postponed to 2023.

“Fans with tickets for all postponed concert dates should wait for further news on dates, venues, and cities when new updates become available,” the post said.

The determination of the new schedule continues to be carried out proactively in connection with the postponement of the Justin Bieber Justice World Tour 2022 Jakarta concert.

“AEG Presents Asia, PK Entertainment, and Sound Rhythm as the organizers of Justin Bieber’s concerts in Indonesia will open a refund option for ticket holders who cannot attend the concert next year. Refunds can be submitted between 7-20 October 2022 via the official website www.justinbieberinjakarta.com,” said the organizer in an official statement

Ticket holders who are unable to attend the concert with the new schedule can request a refund. Refunds for concert ticket holders on November 2 and 3 will be open during the period 07-20 October 2022.