Justin Bieber's Remaining Tour Dates Postponed To 2023, Including Malaysia
Justin Bieber just announced that he will be postponing the remaining 'Justice' tour dates indefinitely
Previously set to perform live on 22 October at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Justin Bieber and organiser PR Worldwide recently announced that the remaining tour dates will be postponed until further notice.
The pop star had previously announced to put the tour on hold due to health reasons, as he has been affected by Ramsay-Hunt syndrome that caused part of his face to be paralysed. However, the announcement was not a definite cancellation of the tour until the recent announcement:
PR Worldwide presents a few options for the fans with tickets to the concert previously scheduled for 22 October
Starting today until 20 October, the organiser will be opening a 14-day window for ticket holders to submit a request to retain or refund the ticket through a Request Form that will be sent to the registered emails used at the time of purchase.
If you choose to retain your ticket, no additional cost will be incurred and a new ticket will be issued at the announcement of a potential new date, subject to venue and date availability.
However, for those planning to opt for a refund, the organiser announced that they will not be returning a full refund
"Only the face value of the tickets will be refunded as per the purchase terms and conditions. Ticket fees, processing fees, and bank charges will not be refunded," PR Worldwide stated in their Instagram post.
The refund may take up to 30 days depending on the processing bank. If the refund is not complete by 21 November, ticket holders can email them.
Previously, Justin Bieber announced that he will be taking a break from the tour for health reasons: