The planned concerts of pop star Justin Bieber in Ziggo Dome are cancelled. The Canadian singer has canceled his world tour, including three performances in Amsterdam. A reason has not been given.
The 28-year-old Bieber had already postponed his planned concerts last month until further notice due to health problems. This also included the shows in Ziggo Dome. Now it appears that he will not make up for the concerts at a later time.
The reason for this has not been disclosed; the singer has not yet issued a statement. Ticket seller Ticketmaster only confirms that people with a ticket will get their money back.
The tour was actually planned for 2020, but then the corona pandemic threw a spanner in the works. Last September, the artist suffered from Ramsay-Hunt syndrome, a nerve infection caused by shingles. He recovered from this and stood on the podium a few times, but then took another break due to fatigue.
It is not clear whether the cancellation of the concerts has anything to do with this. Bieber scored hits with What Do You Mean, Sorry and Peaches, among others. Last month he was in the news when he sold his music rights for about 180 million euros to the British investment company Hipgnosis Songs.
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