Justin Bieber, Billie Eilish and Other Musicians Set to Lose Millions to COVID-19

Hello Cinephiles! COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone’s life in different way. We are here to discuss about how it has affected music and concert industry.

Due to the social distancing protocol, there was temporary halt for people who loves to attend concerts. Everyone was giving preference to stay at home and to be safe.

This resulted in cancelling and delaying of multiple concerts by Justin Bieber, Billie Eilish, and other musicians who hold concerts.

Sad! Isn’t it?

It has not only disappointed concert lovers, but also brought financial losses to some recognizable musicians. Let’s have a look on the list of musicians who faced the same halt.

Justin Bieber:

Justin’s arena at 45-date stadium and Arena Circuit was about to held on 14th May 2020 but got delayed till 2021, messing almost around $250 million with 140 performances.

Here is the link where you can have a look on one of the most popular concerts of Justin Bieber on song ‘Baby’-

Snoop Dog:

Concert named ‘I Wanna Thank Me Tour’ was scheduled in April 2020 in UK and Ireland. But now it is delayed till 11th February 2021 in Manchester, UK. Loss of almost around $6.7 million. 

Billie Eilish:

Eilish’s worldwide arena ‘Where Do We Go?’ was on 9th March 2020 in Miami. 11 shows have been postponed. Losing around $21.5 million. 

She released her first solo “My Future” on 30th July this year.

Taylor Swift:

Swift cancelled all her live appearances and concerts of 2020. But she is certain that US and Brazil shows will be rescheduled. 

In 2018, pop sensation earned around $346 million.

She released her solo album “Folklore” in July this year.  

Bon Jovi:

Jovi’s concert was scheduled on 10th June this year in Washington but got cancelled. This caused massive loss to musician of $72.7 million. 

Still connected with his fans, Jovi released few albums including “American Reckoning” and “Do What You Can” in July 2020.

Celine Dion:

Dion has recently rescheduled her Courage World Tour 2020. She postponed her entire tour to 2021. The 32-city European tour will begin in March 2021. 

She earned $33.2 million in her first 19 shows. 

Miranda Lambert:

Lambert’s 10 shows were about to down the road in April but got delayed till 8th October 2020 and will last till 23rd October 2020 starting from Washington to Ontario.

These were the names of few musicians to whom pandemic hit very hard.

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