Illustration photo – Canadian singer Justin Bieber (pictured on January 27, 2020).
Ottawa – Canadian singer Justin Bieber has canceled the rest of his Justice World Tour, during which he was supposed to perform in Prague. The artist has already postponed his concerts several times due to health problems, BBC News reported today.
On the tour, Bieber was supposed to perform in the United States, Australia and Europe. The Prague concert was scheduled for March 12 at the O2 Arena.
“The money for the purchased tickets will be automatically returned to your account by Ticketmaster or Ticketportal in the coming days,” reads the O2 Arena website.
< p>Bieber postponed the tour several times. He told fans last summer that health problems were to blame. The singer suffered from facial paralysis after experiencing Ramsey-Hunt syndrome, which is characterized by facial weakness or paralysis of the facial nerve. “I've come to the conclusion that I have to make my health a priority,” the singer said in September when he announced another postponement of his concerts. Bieber did not comment on the cancellation of the tour and did not give reasons for it.