A hindrance in the Justice World Tour as Justin Beiber has tested positive for Covid 19
A big disappointment for all the Beliebers around the world as the Justice World Tour got thwarted before it started. Justin Bieber was looking forward to conducting this tour for the last 2 years as the original Tour Date was set for March 2020.
However, the pandemic had other plans and the superstar had to wait two long years before he could finally begin his adventure. But even this time things are not going as planned.
Justin Bieber is said to have contracted the Corona Virus and his Tour which was scheduled to start will now have to be reshuffled.
The Las Vegas Show scheduled to happen on 20th Feb has been scrapped
Justin Beiber had planned a grand journey for his latest album Justice. The timing was perfect as the Superstar was coming off of performing in the after-game show of the Super Bowl.
It would have been the perfect beginning for Justin if not for Covid. It is unclear as to where he contracted the virus and there isn’t a direct trace to his appearance in the Super Bowl. However, that is the most likely scenario.
Apart from his show in Vegas, there were 2 other shows in the upcoming week, one in Arizona on the 22nd and the next one in California on the 24th of February.
With Justin contracting Covid it does seem likely that this weeks’ shows will be canceled too. As for the Las Vegas show, it has been rescheduled to 28th June 2022. The original ticket holders will still be eligible to watch the show.
If someone wants to opt for a refund he can do so by contacting the original point of purchase. However, considering how crazy fans are over Justin it doesn’t feel like there will be a whole lot of refunds.
All about Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour
The Justice World Tour, formerly known as The Changes Tour and The Justin Bieber World Tour, is the ongoing fourth concert tour by Canadian singer Justin Bieber. The tour kicked off on February 18th at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California.
Jaden Smith and Eddie Benjamin are the opening acts for most of the dates on the North American leg of the tour. The tour is a year-long stretch wherein Justin will be covering over five continents, traveling to over 20 countries, and playing more than 90 dates between May 2022 and March 2023.
It seems like a year-long grand procession and this tour could really be the biggest of Justin’s career. As for the current situation, it does take around a week to battle covid even if there are none or mild symptoms.
That would rule out this week’s show. However, if there are any complications in the Star’s health it might impact his ability to keep traveling and performing under a hectic schedule. There is a possibility that even more shows might have to be rescheduled. Fans will be eagerly waiting for any new development on the situation.