The planned Justin Bieber concert in India, scheduled for October 18 in New Delhi, has been declared cancelled. Days after initially asserting that the performance would take place, the mega concert’s organisers issued a statement in which they acknowledged the development. The news follows Justin’s decision to cancel his current global tour due to weariness while he recovers from Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Also read: Justin Bieber takes yet another “vacation from touring,” maybe skipping a performance in India.
Justin had already stated on social media that he was taking an indefinite hiatus from performing and has cancelled the remaining Justice Tour dates. This raised questions about his planned performance in Delhi, which was a stop on the same tour’s Asia leg. BookMyShow, which is marketing this performance in India, had stated that it was “going ahead” at that time.
But on Thursday, a corporate representative announced that the event had been postponed. The Justin Bieber Justice World Tour – India concert, which was planned to take place at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on October 18, 2022, has been postponed due to the singer’s health issues, a representative from BookMyShow stated in a statement. He will sadly be unable to attend next month’s meeting owing to health problems, as we recently learned.
The organisation also stated that all ticket buyers would receive refunds. When the ticket office opened a few months ago, the performance had already sold out in a matter of minutes. “BookMyShow has already started reimbursing all customers who had bought tickets for the performance in full and in full. Within 10 business days, the full refund will appear in the customer’s original transaction source account. We sincerely apologise for any trouble this has caused,” the message continued.
Earlier this year, Justin Bieber received a diagnosis of the Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which led to a partial paralysis of his face. He took a vacation from playing on stage after it, but he eventually made a triumphant return. Before announcing his second sabbatical last week, Justin even played six live gigs in Europe and South America since his return.
The musician announced last Tuesday that he was taking a vacation from touring since he was worn out after taking the stage. “As soon as I exited the platform, tiredness overcame me, and I understood that I needed to put my health first straight away. So for the time being, I’m going to stop touring. I’ll be OK, but I need some downtime to recover,” he said in part of his statement.