Justin Bieber resumes Justice World Tour later this month

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Justin Bieber is preparing to leave for his Justice World Tour.

The singer was forced to postpone several dates in June following his diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which caused partial facial paralysis. The disease stemmed from a damaged nerve in his ear.

A few days after the announcement, Bieber officially postponed the rest of his concert dates in the United States.

The “Peaches” star announced that her next dates would resume as scheduled on July 31 via a statement shared on the Justice World Tour Instagram account. The first date is a performance at the Lucca Festival in Italy.

“Justin will leave through a series of European festivals and continue his international tours in South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, then return to Europe in 2023”, says the press release.

New dates have yet to be announced for her postponed shows from June and July. However, they “will be announced soon”.

Check out the full statement below:

On Monday, July 18, Usher provided an update on Bieber’s health during an interview with Extra. The “Yeah!” the hitman confirmed that his former protege was “doing very well”. He added that they recently spent some time together.

On Twitter, fans celebrated the happy news of Bieber’s concert. #BieberIsBack trending on the platform.

“Glad to see him well [and] Can’t wait to see him on stage,” enthused one fan.

Check out more tweets from the hashtag below:

After kicking off in Italy, Bieber will tour Denmark on August 3 and continue from there.

Get Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour tickets here.

See Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour Dates Below

July 31 — Lucca, Italy @ Lucca Festival
August 3 — Skanderborg, Denmark @ Smukfest
August 5 — Malmö, Sweden @ Bigslap Xl
August 7 — Trondheim, Norway @ Trondheim Summertime
August 9 – Helsinki, Finland @ Kaisaniemen Park
September 4 — Rio de Janeiro, Brazil @ Rock In Rio
September 7 – Santiago, Chile @ Estadio Nacional
September 10 – Buenos Aires, Argentina @ Estadio Único de La Plata
September 28 – Cape Town, South Africa @ Cape Town Stadium
October 1 – Johannesburg, South Africa @ Johannesburg FNB Stadium
October 13 – Tel Aviv, Israel @ HaYarkon Park
November 22 – Perth, Australia @ HBF Park
November 26 – Melbourne, Australia @ Marvel Stadium
November 30 – Sydney, Australia @ Sydney Football Stadium
December 3 – Brisbane, Australia @ Suncorp Stadium
December 7 – Auckland, New Zealand @ Mt Smart Stadium
December 7 – Auckland, New Zealand @ Mt Smart Stadium
January 13 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
January 16 – Hamburg, Germany @ Barclays Arena
January 18 — Zürich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
January 21 — Lisbon, Portugal @ Altice Arena
January 23 — Madrid, Spain @ WiZink Center
January 25 – Barcelona, ​​Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
January 27 and 28 — Bologna, Italy @ Unipol Arena
January 31 – Cologne, Germany @ LANXESS Arena
February 2 — Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle
February 4 – Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
February 8 — Glasgow, UK @ OVO Hydro
February 11 – Aberdeen, UK @ P&J Live
February 13 and 14 – London, UK @ The O2
February 22 – Birmingham, UK @ Resorts World Arena
February 25 – Manchester, UK @ AO Arena
February 26 – Sheffield, UK @ Utilita Arena
March 6 — Paris, France @ Accor Arena
March 9 — Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle
March 11 — Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena
March 12 — Prague, Czech Republic @ O2 Arena
March 15 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Tele2 Arena
March 17-18 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena
March 20 — Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
March 24 — Vienna, Austria @ Wiener Stadthalle
March 25 — Krakow, Poland @ TAURON Arena

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