Justin Bieber’s Detroit Show Is Changing Due To Coronavirus
Justin Bieber is making 'Changes' to many of his tour dates including Detroit, MI and Columbus, OH.
Justin Bieber's concert in Detroit that is scheduled for August 29th at Ford Field is moving to Little Caesars Arena on August 30th. That's one of several moves according to billboard.com,
The changes include moving Bieber's June 27 show at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, to the American Airlines Arena in Dallas on June 28; a July 2 show at NRG Stadium show being moved to Houston's Toyota Center on June 27; an Aug. 14 show at Cleveland's FirstEnergy Stadium being moved to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse; an Aug. 21 show at FedEx Field outside of Washington, D.C., being moved to the city's Capitol One Arena; an Aug. 29 show at Ford Field in Detroit moving to Little Caesars Arena on Aug. 30; and downgrades for shows in Nashville, Columbus, Ohio and Glendale, Arizona.
These shows have been downgraded due to slow ticket sales. TMZ claims ticket sales were strong before the coronavirus outbreak.
We are seeing airline ticket prices and gas prices drop dramatically due to the lack of travelers. In fact, just a couple days ago the South by Southwest Music Festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus.
As of 7 AM on Monday, March 9th, 2020 there are 500 reported cases of coronavirus in 34 states.
Wash your hands people.