Justin Bieber has canceled all the remaining dates on his 2017 Purpose World Tour, including a date at U.S. Bank Stadium that was scheduled for August 17th. The announcement was made through a post on the pop star’s social media pages and cites “unforeseen circumstances” as the reason for the cancellations.
A source told Variety that the decision was made by the singer after taking some time off and thinking about his commitments. The source didn’t reveal any further information, but TMZ reported that Bieber was “just over it” and wanted the tour to be done with.
Without a medical reason, Bieber will face likely face severe penalties, and possible legal action, for the canceled dates. It was reported by Pollstar that through the first half of 2017 the Purpose tour had grossed over $93 million, and averaged per-date ticket sales of over 38,000.
As of right now, there is no intention of rescheduling the canceled dates, and anyone who may have purchased tickets will be able to get a refund at the point of purchase. Meanwhile, the prices of Bieber’s World Tour merchandise on Amazon have been dramatically reduced.