Justin Bieber returns to stage after a year | Pro Hub of News

Justin Bieber delighted his fans with a long-awaited comeback performance recently. The 29-year-old singer treated his Toronto fans to an exclusive show just before the 2024 NHL All-Star Weekend. This marked his first live performance in over a year, held at Drake’s History Club.

At the intimate venue, which accommodated 2,500 fans, Bieber showcased a mix of classics, remixes, and fan favorites at the “Drew House x Toronto Maple Leafs” event. As captured in fan-shot videos, the Grammy award-winner dazzled the audience with his signature dance moves, all while donning one of his Drew House hockey jerseys.

This event came more than a year after Bieber’s Justice World Tour was abruptly canceled due to his diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt syndrome in June 2022. Following the diagnosis, he made the difficult decision to cancel the remaining tour dates, which were in support of his 2021 album “Justice.” However, fans were thrilled to see Bieber back on stage, performing an upgraded version of “Baby” along with a remix of SZA’s “Snooze” and his iconic hit from “My World 2.0,” “Eenie Meenie.”

With the anticipation building, Justin Bieber’s return to the spotlight was warmly received, setting the stage for an exciting All-Star Weekend where he was set to lead the festivities with his musical talents.