Attention, Beliebers: Justin Bieber’s 'Justice' world tour set to resume this month
Justin Bieber is set to hit the road again as he resumes his "Justice" world tour on July 31.
According to AEG's announcement today, July 20, the Canadian pop superstar will kick off his tour with Italy as the first destination.
Early last month, the American music presenter also announced the postponement of Beiber's tour in the U.S. after he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
The pop star will resume his world tour, starting with the Luca Festival in Italy, and will cross borders and seas to perform in other countries, including the Philippines.
NEWS: #JustinBieber resumes world tour!!— AEG (@AEGworldwide) July 19, 2022
Starting with a run of European festivals in Italy on July 31, Justin then continues across South America, South Africa, The Middle East, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, then back to Europe in 2023 🤩
Details of postponed U.S shows 🔜 pic.twitter.com/3EWyfDBM8W
The European leg of the "Justice" tour is expected to be completed in August. After that, the singer will head to South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, and then return again to Europe next year.
Dates of the resumption of the American leg of Beiber's tour are yet to be announced.
In a June 10 video, Justin Bieber announced that he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which paralyzed half of his face. At the same time, he assured his fans that everything will be back to normal and that he just needed to rest.
“We don’t know how much time that’s going to be, but it’s going to be okay. And I have hope, and I trust God, and I trust that this is all for a reason. I’m not sure what that is right now. But in the meantime, I’m going to rest,” said the Canadian singer.
Filipino Bieber fans are set to see the singer live in Manila at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Concert Grounds in Pasay City on October 29. Tickets are available through SM Ticket outlets, Ovation Tickets, and on Justine Bieber’s official website.
The tour aims to travel over 30 countries — playing more than 125 shows – from May 2022 through March 2023.