Justin Bieber tests positive for COVID-19 and postponed Las Vegas concert to summer
Justin Bieber has tested positive for COVID-19.
A representative of the child singer said that the 27-year-old learned of the diagnosis on Saturday and is feeling fine TMZ.
Justin’s concert at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, which is scheduled to take place today, has been postponed to summer.
Justin Bieber has tested positive for COVID-19 and has postponed his Las Vegas concert to summer; Pictured July 2021
It’s unknown when Justin contracted the virus, and it remains to be seen whether or not his shows in Arizona and Los Angeles – both scheduled this week – will be rescheduled.
It was revealed that the Las Vegas show has been postponed to June 28 in a statement posted to Twitter on Saturday.
The statement said he was there “Positive results for COVID within the Justice Tour family,” but Justin’s diagnosis has not been disclosed.
Due to the positive COVID results within the Justice Tour family, we will unfortunately have to postpone our Sunday show in Las Vegas. Of course Justin is very disappointed, but the health and safety of his crew and fans is always his number one priority. The launch of the tour in San Diego was a huge success, and Justin is excited to bring this amazing show to his Las Vegas fans as soon as possible.
It is unknown when Justin contracted the virus, and it remains to be seen whether or not his shows in Arizona and Los Angeles – both scheduled for this week – will be rescheduled.
“Rescheduled to show in Las Vegas is Tuesday, June 28. Tickets for the original show will be honored. Refunds are available at point of purchase.”
Justin had just started his World Justice Tour Friday in San Diego.
He had originally announced a 52-date North American tour in November 2021.
Outside of North America, he is set to tour five continents, traveling to more than 20 countries and playing over 90 dates between May 2022 and March 2023.
Justin is set to play in the UK from February 8 to 26, 2023, with shows in Glasgow, Aberdeen, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield.
back at it! Justin had just started his World Justice Tour Friday in San Diego
The Justice World Tour marks the Sorry singer’s first global outing since 2017 and promises to be a celebration for fans of the star after the shows were initially sidelined due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The tour is named after Justin’s latest hit album, which was released in March and debuted as the record for the most-streamed in 117 countries and spawned songs like Anyone and Peaches.
Bieber’s duet with The Kid LAROI, Stay, was released in July and became the fastest song ever to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify.
The pop star aired his first full performance of three years in Los Angeles on New Years Eve 2020 and expressed his desire to reconnect with his fans around the world.
We worked hard to create the best show we’ve ever done, and we can’t wait to share it with fans all over the world. I’ll see you soon, said Justin.
The Justice World tour will mark the Sorry singer’s first global outing since 2017 and promises to be a celebration for the star’s fans after the shows were initially sidelined due to the coronavirus pandemic; Pictured performing in San Diego on Friday
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