For the first time in half a decade Justin Timberlake is going on tour. The announcement came last night on an episode of “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon in which Timberlake nonchalantly dropped the news having teased the release of a new album last weekend.
The “Forget Tomorrow” world tour will kick off in Vancouver at the Rogers Arena in April before coming to Chicago’s United Center on Friday, June 21.
It’s been 5 years since his last tour, the thirteen-month The Man of the Woods Tour, which ran from March 2018 until April 2019.
The Prince of Pop enigmatically announced his forthcoming new album last weekend with a short video narrated by the actor Benicio Del Toro posted to social media.
Now confirmed on his website, his sixth studio album “Everything I Thought I Was” will be released on Friday, March 15th making it his first new album release in six years following 2018’s “Man of the Woods” which earned him the No. 1 debut spot on the Billboard Hot 200.
Presale tickets will be released through the singer’s fan club on Monday, January 29th before tickets to the general public go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 2nd at JustinTimberlake.com according to an announcement from Live Nation.
More information can be found at www.justintimberlake.com.
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