Fans are looking forward to singing along with hits from the albums Changes Justice Have been left “heartbroken”After being ill, Justin Bieber had to cancel several concerts. The “Love Yourself”The singer announced Tuesday that the Justice World Tour stops at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on June 7th and 8 respectively, as well as in Washington, DC, on June 10, have been postponed.
In an Instagram Story announcement the global pop icon let his fans know of the postponements. “can’t believe I’m saying this. I’ve done everything to get better but my sickness is getting worse.”Bieber did not disclose what was ailing him and continued to write. “my heart breaks that I will have to postpone these next few shows (doctors orders).”He said, “to all my people I love you so much and I’m gonna rest and get better!”No new dates have been announced for cancelled shows at this point. Scotiabank Arena issued a statement just after Bieber’s announcement. A statement was releasedWe confirm that Toronto tickets will still be available for rescheduled dates.
Fans had mixed reactions to the announcement of postponements. Fans were divided on the matter. Some expressed their gratitude and hoped for Bieber’s quick recovery, while others expressed their sadness. Some fans had already made plans to travel to Toronto to see the show by the time the announcement was made. This made the news even more distressing. Scroll down to see what fans have to say.
“I feel so sad”
There are 4 super sweet women on our train going to the Justin Bieber concert who are SO excited (they have matching shirts) and some other person on the train just told them he cancelled the show bc he’s sick 😞 they have a hotel booked and everything I feel so sad for them 😭
— Cree ☀️ (@TheYungIntern) June 7, 2022
“Flew to Toronto with the kids to take them to Justin Bieber tonight, anddddd it’s cancelled,” TweetOne person. “I don’t even have the heart to tell them- they’re all in their JB gear ready to go.”
— ✨ lola ✨ 🖤🔙 (@Zendayas_Bitch) June 7, 2022
“no words. I really wanna see you!” WriteAnother fan. “I have been waiting for Madison square since more that 1 year. Now in Toronto because you said ‘see you there’ im from Chile. please get well soon and don’t cancel the concert (MSG).”
Bieber’s well-being is a priority
His health should always be top priority. Justin, please get well soon. Good rest. We love you. 🥺🤎
— 🐨 seeing justin in nov (@mindaisy__) June 7, 2022
“Feel better [Justin Bieber],” WriteYou can also do it for someone else. “Me & my friends are in Toronto we wish all of the crew of the Justice Tour well & full recoveries. We will be back the next show please give us first dibs take care.”
Many fans were ‘heartbroken.
i’m so sad https://t.co/7qUTY3g4ga
— hayley misses halsey (@lostinrealvty) June 7, 2022
“His music got me through a lot of hard times and because of him, I am the best version of myself,”Tania Gardella, a concertgoer, said the Toronto Star. “Today I thought I was going to see him in person. I honestly thought my dream would come true, but instead I’m heartbroken.”
“Not going to get mad”
We send our love and prayers to Justin. Our greatest love is for you.💜💜💜💜
— Kiesha Moore (@KieshaM35776168) June 7, 2022
“We’re not going to get mad because he’s really sick. He’s human. I’m sure he doesn’t want to let his fans down,”Jennifer Near and Melissa Malloy, along with Melissa Malloy, had started the drive from Simcoe to Toronto when the show was cancelled. Toronto Star.
Fans pray that Bieber will soon be able to get well.
Tickets for 2017: Cancellation of Tour
Pandemic: Tickets on sale in 2020
Tickets for 2022 on sale: Toronto show cancelled
When will I be able to see? @justinbieber ??
— Nicole (@nicole_voce) June 7, 2022
“I really hope he gets well soon,” AdditionalOne person. “If he cancels his LA show on July 2nd it will be the 5th time his show gets moved or cancelled on me. The universe doesn’t want me to see the biebs.”
Many fans have had to cancel multiple Bieber concerts.
I’ve literally had more @justinbieberConcerts cancelled more than I have been to
— Steph ✌🏼 (@StephhChao) June 7, 2022
“Same. I had tickets to Purpose Tour in Rogers Centre but that got cancelled and then I bought tickets in Feb 2020 for Changes Tour but then it got cancelled because the pandemic started,” WriteAnother person.