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Justin Bieber cancels his U.S. Bank Stadium show

And the rest of his world tour.
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Bad news, Beliebers.

Justin Bieber has canceled his 2017 Purpose World Tour, which included a stop at U.S. Bank Stadium on Aug. 17.

The announcement on the pop megastar's social media pages said the cancelation has been made "due to unforeseen circumstances."

One source told Variety Bieber made the decision after thinking about his commitments during some time off. But they didn't get more specific than that.

The shows will not be rescheduled. So anyone who bought tickets will be able to get a refund at the point of purchase.

Here's his statement:

Bieber was one of three major concerts slated for the stadium this summer, the others being Guns N' Roses and Coldplay.

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