Justin Bieber’s long awaited Justice Tour will launch from Lucca, Italy, at the Summer Music Festival on July 31, 2022, according to the tour’s official social media channels.
Since his bout with Ramsay Hunt syndrome forced the 28 year old Canadian singer to postpone his tour a month ago, speculation about whether Bieber would be able to return to singing has been high. On Instagram, a spokesperson wrote: “Justin Bieber announced today that the Justice World Tour will resume from the Lucca Festival, in Italy, on July 31… Justin will be on stage in a series of European festivals and then he will continue his tour with the rest of the international dates in South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, then he will return to Europe in 2023.” But his canceled North American concerts have not yet been rescheduled.
After his health scare, Justin reassured fans that he felt better thanks to the treatment he received and his deep faith. “I wanted to share with you the way I feel,” he wrote a few weeks ago. “Every day is better and, despite my despair, I have found comfort in the one who created me and who knows me. I remembered that He knows every part of me. He also knows the darkest parts of me that I would like no one to see and He constantly welcomes me into his loving arms … This prospect has given me peace during this hideous storm I am facing. I know that this storm will pass but in the meantime I know that JESUS IS WITH ME.”
Bieber’s concert will close this year’s edition of the Lucca Summer Music Festival, which saw record crowds for Italian stars like singer Zucchero and rapper Blanco. More information and tickets are available at: Lucca Summer Music Festival.