Coronavirus forces Justin Bieber to postpone all 2020 album tour dates

Coronavirus forces Justin Bieber to postpone all 2020 album tour dates

- A statement on the singer's Instagram confirmed that all the 2020 dates for the Changes tour would be postponed due to the current public health crisis

- Justin shared his disappointment, saying the world was a scary place but could not wait to meet his fans when it all ends

- Many fans also shared their dejection at having to wait for another year before watching their favourite star perform

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Beliebers around the world are a devastated lot after learning about the cancellation of the much-awaited Changes tour by Justin Bieber.

As coronavirus continues to impact big events around the world, Justin Bieber's fans became the latest victims with his events being postponed.

The news was announced through a statement shared by the singer on his social media account.

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It confirmed all the 2020 dates would be postponed due to the current public health crisis.

"Justin Bieber will be postponing all currently scheduled 2020 dates for the Changes tour," he said in a statement.
"Justin is anxiously awaiting the opportunity to get back on the road and perform in a space that is safe for everyone," the singer added.

The fans were advised to hold on to their tickets as they would come in handy in the future.

Justin shared his disappointment saying the world was a scary place but he could not wait to meet his fans when it's all over.

"The health and safety of my fans, team, cast, and crew are the most important thing for me. The world is a scary place but we will all figure this out together. I cannot wait to see all of you in person as soon as I can. Be safe and I will hopefully see you soon," the singer added.

Devastated fans also shared their thoughts with many dejected at having to wait for another year before seeing the boy wonder.

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The award-winning singer announced his comeback to solo music in December 2019.

He followed it up with the release of Yummy in January 2020 then raved it up with the Changes album.

His comeback was short-lived and he will now have to wait till 2021 to perform for his adoring fans.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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