LAS VEGAS — Justin Bieber’s concert, scheduled for Las Vegas on Sunday night, was postponed after an outbreak of COVID-19 among the singer’s Justice World Tour team.
The show, which was part of the “Justice World Tour,” was to be held at T-Mobile Arena, KTNV-TV reported. The show was rescheduled for June 28, the television station reported.
“Due to positive COVID results within the Justice Tour family, we will, unfortunately, have to postpone Sunday’s show in Las Vegas,” a statement from the tour stated. “Justin is of course hugely disappointed, but the health and safety of his crew and fans is always his number one priority. The tour launch in San Diego was a massive success and Justin is excited to bring this spectacular show to his Las Vegas fans as soon as possible.”
Tickets for the original concert date will be honored and refunds are available for fans who want one, Variety reported.
Bieber’s 52-date tour began Friday in San Diego, the entertainment outlet reported. It is uncertain whether the outbreak will affect the pop star’s upcoming tour dates.
The singer is scheduled to perform in Glendale, Arizona, on Tuesday, and in Los Angeles on Thursday, according to Bieber’s website.
The American leg of the tour had been scheduled to end in Milwaukee on June 24 before heading overseas. Bieber’s first international tour date is scheduled for Aug. 3 in Skanderborg, Denmark.
The international portion of the tour is expected to end March 25, 2023, in Krakow, Poland.
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