Justin Bieber: continues his 'Justice' tour

Justin Bieber: continues his ‘Justice’ tour

Justin Beiber
Continue his “Justice” tour

Justin Bieber will soon be back on stage.

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Justin Bieber suffers from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and therefore had to postpone concerts. But at the end of July, he must continue his “Justice” tour.

Justin Bieber (28 years old) is back on stage: it looks like the singer will continue his “Justice World Tour” on July 31. This has Singer “Variety” agreed. Previously, the Canadian musician had to postpone concerts for health reasons. The 28-year-old recently announced that he has Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. The disease caused paralysis.

The singer’s main world tour, which includes more than 70 dates, is set to continue with a performance at the Lucca Summer Festival in Italy. in Instagram story On Tuesday (July 19), festival organizers announced Bieber’s performance.

First appearance in Italy

how to The singer’s official website Five more dates are planned in Europe in August before heading to South America in September. Other stops are South Africa, Middle East, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. He should only return to Europe in January 2023. Justin Bieber himself has not yet commented on resuming his tour.

The status of the postponed parties is not yet known. In June, organizers said on the official Justice Tour Instagram account: “In light of Justin’s ongoing recovery, the remaining shows from ‘Justice’ US tour, scheduled for June and early July, will be postponed.”

Justin Bieber suffers from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome

On June 10, Justin Bieber shocked Three minute video his fans. “As you can see from my face, I have a syndrome called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome,” says the musician. The condition is paralyzing half of his face. Bieber showed that he couldn’t blink or smile on half his face. Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a rare condition that affects the nerves in the ear and face.


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