Shawn Mendes Cancels Remaining

Shawn Mendes Cancels Remaining ‘Wonder’ Tour Dates
Shawn Mendes Cancels Remaining ‘Wonder’ Tour Dates

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Shawn Mendes Cancels Remaining ‘Wonder’ Tour Dates, singer-songwriter said, “It’s becoming clearer that I need to take the time I never personally had, to prove myself and come back stronger.”

In a statement posted to his Instagram, Mendes said he would “unfortunately” have to cancel all tour dates in North America, the UK and Europe, which were due to kick off in June.

“After speaking with my team and working with an incredible group of health professionals, it became clear that I needed to take the time I never personally had, to prove myself and come back stronger,” the artist said.

The singer noted that while starting this tour “excited to finally be back on live broadcasts after a long break due to the pandemic,” he was “not at all ready for how difficult the tour will be after this time.”

This statement mirrors a similar statement he made in July when the “In My Blood” singer announced that he would be postponing the first three weeks of the tour.

The statement also notes that Mendes “hopes” to be able to pick up tour dates after this mental health hiatus, but is now finally focusing on putting “my health first.”

“That doesn’t mean I won’t be making new music, and I can’t wait to see you on tour in the future,” Mendes added.

“I know you’ve all been waiting for a long time to watch these shows, and it breaks my heart to tell you this, but I promise I’ll be back as soon as I take the right time to heal.”

Mendes, who has been touring since he was 15, released Wonder – his latest and fourth studio album – in December 2020.

The world tour was expected to kick off last month and run until October ahead of its European leg, which was due to launch in May 2023.

The singer-songwriter has been vocal about his mental health in the past. Most recently it was in the form of a message to fans that was posted on his social media in April.

In it he stated that during his bad points, he “either put on a show or hide” and that amid his own success, he still struggled not to feel like a “failure”.

“The truth is that I am overwhelmed with excitement and excitement,” he concluded. “The truth is also that I’m fine. I’m just trying to say and be the truth.”