An upcoming show by pop sensation Justin Bieber in the Omani capital Muscat has been cancelled.
Neither Bieber’s camp nor local organisers of the show have commented or explained the reason for the cancellation of the May 6 show.
The cancellation follows the announcement of a second date for the pop star in Dubai, who will now perform at The Sevens Stadium on May 4 and 5.
Oman organisers posted this message on the website justinbieberoman.com: “Alive Entertainment regret to announce that the Oman show will no longer take place. Due to overwhelming regional demand, a second show in Dubai has today been announced for May 5."
"Ticket holders for Oman who purchased online from Box Office ME will be contacted directly and will either be able to avail of swapping their tickets to equivalent concert tickets to the new Dubai date or get a full refund. Valid tickets purchased from other channels can be exchanged or refunded at MacKenzies Cafe & Deli in MQ before April 22,” organisers said.
Bieber’s "Believe" world tour has been dogged by controversies. But there has been no confirmation from authorities in Oman or from organisers that they have anything to do with the cancellation.
Tickets to the May 4 Dubai concert have completely sold out. May 5 tickets are now on sale on justinbieberdubai.com