Justin Bieber cancels Beachclub party near Montreal

The Canadian pop singer cancelled today's Beachclub party citing an issue with the promoter, just one week after reality TV star Kylie Jenner had her birthday party at the same locale.

Canadian pop singer says breach of contract with event promoter led to cancellation

Justin Bieber's party at Le Beachclub scheduled for today has been cancelled, with both saying 'it was completely out of our control.' (Francois Mori/The Associated Press)

Justin Bieber won't be following in Kylie Jenner's footsteps this weekend after all.

The Canadian pop singer cancelled Saturday's scheduled Beachclub party, a week after reality TV star Jenner's party at the same locale.

On Saturday, he tweeted:

Both Bieber and Le Beachclub at Pointe-Calumet, Que., allege promoter Team Productions breached the contract.

The club issued a statement on Facebook that said all ticket buyers will be fully refunded. Tickets ranged from $59 to $175.

"Beachclub and Justin Bieber are in no way liable for the cancellation of today's event. We would like to reassure all of our clients that tickets will be fully refunded on the spot…. Our management team truly believes this is a troubling situation, especially since it was completely out of our control. To accommodate our clients, Beachclub will be offering free entry for all to assist the MAKJ DJ set all day long."

The promoter, Team Productions, did not immediately reply to CBC News' requests for comment.


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