Justin Bieber postpones Justice World Tour including Birmingham show - are tickets still valid?

The singer was due to have two dates in Birmingham next year
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Justin Bieber has announced that his Justice World Tour has been postponed - including his gig in Birmingham.

Bieber has postponed the remaining 70 shows for at least six months to focus on his health.

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The Canadian singer was due to perform at the Utilita Arena in Birmingham on February 22 and 23 2023.

Bieber had resumed his Justice World Tour in late July after it was postponed multiple times due to Covid and his Ramsay Hunt syndrome diagnosis.

But announced in September that he was going to “take a break” from performing after realising performing ‘took its toll’ on him after performing in Brazil.

AEG, the promoters of Bieber’s tour, said: “Justin Bieber today announced that the remaining dates of his World Tour are being postponed.

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“The tour, originally slated to begin in 2020 before being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, kicked off in February of this year in San Diego, CA and made stops in ten countries across three continents.

“On September 6, Justin first announced he was taking a break from touring to make his health a priority.

“That news was followed on September 15 by his announcement of the cancellation of twelve dates running through October 18.

“With today’s announcement, these remaining dates are officially postponed. The potential new dates will be subject to venue and date availability.”

Are tickets still valid?

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Ticket Holders for the gig have received an email from AXS informing them of the next steps in regards to tickets.

A spokesperson said: “All tickets remain valid and fans with tickets to all postponed WORLD TOUR dates do not need to do anything and should await further news on dates, venues and cities as updates become available.”

What is Ramsay Hunt Syndrome?

According to the NHS Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of Shingles.

The NHS site reads: “Ramsay Hunt syndrome is caused by a virus in the facial nerve and is a more severe cause of facial paralysis.

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“You may have blisters in your ears and on the roof of your mouth, as well as facial weakness.

“Less than half of patients will recover completely. We’ll treat you with steroids, antiviral medication and give advice on eye care and facial rehabilitation.”

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