Meet and greets, as well as all other “VIP events” included in the Diamond VIP Experience for Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour, have been cancelled, according to his management.
The artist will begin his international tour today, February 19, at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, after nearly two years.
Justin’s staff stated in an email to concertgoers that, while the meet and greet has been cancelled, the rest of the show would go on as scheduled.
Justin Bieber Cancels Meet And Greet
Twitter user Malik Earnest, who is an Ariel reporter in San Diego, shared an email he received from Justin’s team.
As per mail: “Due to COVID-19 exposure within our touring family, all VIP-related activities associated with The Diamond VIP Experience are cancelled until further notice.
“In these tumultuous times, our top aim is to keep Justin, the cast, and crew of The Justice World Tour as healthy as possible.” Fans can upgrade their ‘The Diamon VIP Experience’ purchase to ‘The Emerald VIP Package.’
Fans were able to meet Justin and interact with him at the meet and greet, which was included in the VIP package.
VIP options included first-row seats, as well as Justin Bieber merchandise and t-shirts. They were limited in quantity and ranged in price from $1000 to $5000 each ticket.
Where To Get Justice World Tour Tickets?
The majority of Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour shows have tickets available on his official website.
Fans who were concerned after receiving the email should rest assured that the event will go on as scheduled; however, there will be no meet and greet.
You may still purchase general admission tickets to see him perform across numerous locations during his 90-day tour.
According to the ticket-selling platform Vivid Seats, prices for the same start at $74.
Fans Are Disappointed By A Last Minute Update
The meet and greet has been cancelled, which is disappointing for fans. Here are some of the things they’ve said on Twitter.
One tweeted: “It’s the way I bought a meet and greet ticket to see Justin in Toronto over two years ago for an absurd amount of money just for it to be cancelled… when will my time come.
“No cause let me tell you if I spent thousands on a Justin Bieber meet and greet and his team cancelled it 5 hours before my show I’d be pisseddd!!!!,” wrote another.
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One said: “I’m sorry but imagine spending all that money on Justin Bieber meet and greet for you to not even stand next to him due to social distancing… I can’t catch my breath”
“Noooooo please will there be a meet and greet next year for Justin? I won’t be going this year to meet Justin but next year I sure hope it will happen me meeting Justin for the first time. Isn’t it too late to cancel the meet and greets? I feel like it is,” tweeted another.