The Dubai leg of Justin Bieber’s 'Justice World Tour' has been cancelled.
Organisers confirmed that the two shows, originally set for October 8 and 9, from the Coca-Cola Arena will not go ahead due to the artist's ill health.
Tickets will be automatically refunded to the same card used for the transaction.
Thomas Ovesen, owner of TOP Entertainment, the promoter of the two shows in Dubai said: "First and foremost we support Justin in putting his health and wellbeing first. Whilst his decision to cancel the two Dubai dates is very disappointing for his many Middle East fans, we are sending him our best wishes for a speedy recovery."
"Our thoughts are also with everyone on the Justice World Tour as well as the many people involved in preparing the Dubai shows," he added.
Bieber’s global tour promoter AEG PRESENTS clarified that contrary to media reports, the entire Justice World Tour has not been cancelled.
They said the following shows have been cancelled, and all tickets will be refunded:
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