Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has again deferred his Justice world tour including his Singapore concert on 25 October.

In a post on Instagram and other social media platforms, Bieber’s official tour account said on Thursday (6 October) that all leftover dates of his tour have been delayed to the next year.

The tour began on 18 February in San Diego and was scheduled to end on 25 March one year from now in Poland however it finished early on 4 September in Rio. Various concerts for the tour were either cancelled or postponed, generally because of Bieber’s health problems.

Earlier this year, Bieber uncovered that he is suffering from Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, a condition that has prompted his face being partially paralysed.

Last month, Bieber declared the past delay of 12 dates until 18 October. He said, “As a result of this illness, I was not able to complete the North American leg of the Justice Tour…After getting off stage, the exhaustion overtook me and I realised that I need to make my health the priority right now.”

The latest postponement will influence the rest of his tour in Asia and Europe. Bieber’s social media accounts said that the new dates will rely upon venue and date availability, and asked ticket holders who are impacted by the delay to wait for updates.

Bieber’s concert in Singapore was originally scheduled to be held at the National Stadium. All tickets to the concert ranging from $108 to $688 were sold out. The venue for the new show will stay at the National Stadium.

In a statement on the Ticketmaster website, the concert’s promoters, AEG Presents, requested that impacted ticket holders hold their tickets as they would be valid for the new show. For the people who can’t attend the new show, they can request for a refund through Ticketmaster from next Monday to 9 December.

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