Shawn Mendes announced the cancellation of his world tour to take care of his mental health
The singer had already postponed his concerts in July, but ended up revealing that he will not be taking the stage
He would have played only seven of the 87 shows scheduled in the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom.
Shawn Mendes announced the cancellation of the shows of the “Wonder” tour, planned in North America, Europe and the United Kingdom, to take care of his mental health.
after having postponed presentations scheduled for Julythe singer has confirmed that he will no longer be performing on stage, which means the concerts will not take place.
In a post on Instagram, the Canadian shared a text that explains the decision made in favor of health care. “I started the tour thrilled to finally be able to start playing live again, after so long due to the pandemic, but really, I wasn’t ready at all for how difficult the tour was after this time,” began the statement posted on social media.
“After talking more with my team and working with an incredible group of medical professionals, it has become clearer that I need to take time that I never had in my personal life, find myself and come back stronger. “
According to the Independent, Shawn Mendes has only played seven of the 87 scheduled shows in the US, Europe and the UK. “We were hoping that I could carry on with the rest of the dates after a well-deserved break, but at this point I have to make my health my first priority,” the singer continued in the text.
He also assured that he will continue to compose songs and that he is looking forward to reuniting with the fans. “I know you’ve waited a long time for the shows, and it really breaks my heart to say this, but I promise I’ll be back as soon as I have time to heal.”
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