Shawn Mendes postpones all his 12 concerts to focus on his mental health…

To focus on his mental health, Shawn Mendes postpones his tour. Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes revealed he is taking a sabbatical to concentrate on his mental health since the strain of a world tour has gotten to him. The Wonder: The World Tour, which had just started last week, has been postponed for the following three weeks, affecting a total of 12 concert dates.

Shawn Mendes revealed on Friday that his “Wonder” world tour will be put on hold for three weeks so that he may concentrate on his mental health.

The Canadian singer informed his fans that he had “reached a breaking point” and would have to postpone gigs via Uncasville, Connecticut, originally set for July 29, until further notice in a statement released on both Instagram and Twitter on Friday night.

I’m going to have to postpone the following three weeks of shows, which crushes my heart to have to say, Mendes wrote. Since I started touring at age 15, I must admit that being away from friends and family has never been easy. I thought I was ready to get back on the road after a few years off, but that was a mistake, and now the pressure and the cost of the road have caught up with me.

The performer said that after consulting with medical experts and his crew, he decided to postpone.

Mendes continued, “I need to take some time to recuperate and look after myself and my mental health, first and foremost. “I’ll let you know as soon as there are any new updates, I swear. I love you guys.”

In December 2020, Mendes will release his “Wonder” album. On March 31, he released “When You’re Gone,” his most recent song. In Portland, Oregon, on June 27, the “Wonder” world tour began.

The “Wonder” world tour website now states that Mendes’ next performance after the three-week hiatus will be in Toronto, Canada on July 31. The European part of the tour is scheduled to start on May 31, 2023, and terminate on August 1, 2023. The North American leg is scheduled to last until October 26, 2023.

The twelve cancelled concerts, which were slated to take place in cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and others, have not yet been rescheduled. However, according to the tour’s website, “current tickets will be valid to the rescheduled events.” More information should be sent to customers through email from the main ticketing website.

The “Wonder” globe tour will include a social impact initiative centered on subjects like mental health fairness and steps to address the climate crisis, Mendes revealed earlier this week, according to Variety.

Mendes has already spoken out about mental health through both his songs and earlier social media posts. For instance, the singer shared his troubles as a 23-year-old who “constantly feels like he’s either soaring or drowning” in a note he wrote on Twitter in April.

Mendes tweeted, “The fact is I’m ALSO alright… The truth is even with so much success I still find it hard to not feel like I’m failing… I’d like to think that some folks would find what I’m saying to be meaningful.

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