Shawn Mendes has now completely canceled his current world tour. The Canadian singer still needs to take time to look after his he alth, as he explained in a statement on Instagram. Mendes had already interrupted the first part of his tour at the beginning of July.
Shawn wants to "come back stronger" in the future
"As you know, I've had to reschedule shows for the last few weeks as I wasn't fully prepared for what it would cost me to be back on the road," Mendes writes. He didn't realize how difficult it was to play live again after the long pandemic break. "After speaking to my team and working with an incredible group of he alth professionals, I've realized that I need to take the time that I personally never took to explore myself and come back stronger," explains singer Camila Cabello's ex-boyfriend continues.
Also concerts in Germany canceled
After the performances in North America that have already been canceled, he now has to cancel the rest of his tour dates as well. Among other things, appearances in Great Britain and in Europe were planned. In Germany, Mendes would have been on stage in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg next year. "We had hoped that I would be able to continue with the remaining appointments after some much needed time off, but at this point I have to put my he alth first."
Mendes also emphasizes that this is not the end of his career and that he will continue to produce new music. "I promise I'll be back as soon as I've given myself enough time to heal." He thanks his fans for their support.
Shawn Mendes' "Wonder: The World Tour" started in Portland in June and was originally supposed to run until August 2023.