After two years, the full reopening of the international border would not only revitalise the country’s economy but will also signal the return of international concerts.
The statement comes as Justin Bieber, the popular pop sensation, announced the new dates for his Justice World Tour, which will take place in 20 countries this year.
On October 22, Bieber is scheduled to perform at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium.
The Canadian-born artist is slated to play freely in Jakarta, Nagoya, Osaka, and Tokyo covering 100 days till 2023.
Apart from Asian nations, the artist who is famous for the song Anyone is also anticipated to play his unique show in front of fans in North America, South America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the Middle East.
In the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, representatives from the organisers, PR Worldwide and AEG in charge of transporting the singer stated the firm will take all necessary precautions to create a comfortable and safe atmosphere not just for employees, artists, and crew, but also for the public.
“We are ecstatic to bring the Justice World Tour to Malaysian fans this October,” said the band. This is, I think, an announcement that all Bieber fans are anticipating.
On Wednesday, he remarked, “We can’t express this feeling of putting on a major performance after almost two years.”
The performance will be held in accordance with existing health standard operating procedures (SOPs), including guests needing to complete the COVID-19 vaccine and tickets being sold online, according to PR Worldwide and AEG.