After being delayed due to the pandemic, Justin Bieber kicked off his long-awaited tour in San Diego Friday… and then tested positive for COVID the next day.
Fortunately, the singer has only needed to reschedule a few shows so far; Las Vegas and Glendale, AZ, plus what was to be tonight’s show at The Forum is now set for tomorrow night (Thursday).
A rep for Bieber said, “Justin is of course hugely disappointed, but the health and safety of his crew and fans is always his number one priority.”
The much anticipated Justice in Action World Tour will come back to the area for two nights at Crypto.com Arena March 7th and 8th. Bieber will cover North America, then head to Europe, keeping him on the road well into 2023.
Los Angeles, California
March 7th & 8th, 2022
Bieber is touring in support of his 2021 release “Justice,” his chart-topping, star-studded sixth studio album. The record spawned several hits including “Holy,” “Lonely,” “Anyone,” “Hold On,” and super popular “Peaches.”
Jaden and Te’o will be joining each of the now 95 dates, while special guests Eddie Benjamin and Harry Hudson will only be performing in selected cities.
If you already had tickets to the prior years’ shows, they are still valid. If you need to buy tickets, go for it! For each show ticket purchased, one dollar will be donated to the Justin Bieber Foundation. The foundation has already donated millions of dollars to public schools to fight against racism and gender-based violence.
During the tour, he has planned to perform in several countries over 13 months. The singer is aiming to raise awareness about several issues, including criminal justice reform and climate change. Fans who engage with organizations he is supporting can earn reward points that can be redeemed for prizes like tour merchandise and a trip to meet Bieber in Paris.
His next show is scheduled for Thursday at The Forum in Los Angeles. That would just meet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for isolating for five days after a positive coronavirus test. The C.D.C. advises ending isolation after five days if you have been fever-free for 24 hours and your symptoms are improving, but recommends wearing a mask when around others for an additional five days.
For his legion of fans, they can’t wait to see him live. If you’re not as familiar with him, come out and see this artist, you might be very-very pleasantly surprised.