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Justin Timberlake’s The Forget Tomorrow World Tour

Justin Timberlake Announces New Album

Justin Timberlake is embarking on a tour around North America from the end of April to December. The news comes after Timberlake’s sixth studio album announcement. Everything I Thought It Was is the title of the project with the single “Selfish” its first pre-release.

Timberlake teased Everything I Thought It Was through a video snippet shared to Instagram, captioned, “It’s my birthday and nobody can tell me what to do so here’s a snippet of my favorite interlude on my new album EITIW sorry not sorry to my team see you guys tonight.” March 15th is its release date.

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First Part of Dates for The Forget Tomorrow World Tour

The North American tour was announced through Justin Timberlake’s Instagram. Its caption read, “SUMMER & FALL. See you there. #TFTWTOUR.” Timberlake’s concert begins in Toronto, Canada, at the Rogers Arena on April 29th, followed by two shows May 2nd and 3rd in Seattle, Washington, at Climate Pledge Arena. After Seattle, two shows are taking place May 6th and 7th at the Sap Center in San Jose.

Three days later, T-Mobile Arena will get Justin Timberlake for back-to-back shows on May 10th and 11th. California has three tour dates with one on May 7th, the second on May 17th and the third date on May 18th. Four days after those concerts, Timberlake is heading to the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona.

After an eight-day break, Justin Timberlake will pick up his tour on May 29th for four shows in Texas. Frost Bank Center in San Antonio has one show, followed by two shows May 31st and June 1st at the Moody Center ATX. The last Texas show is at the Dickies Arena in Forth Worth. June finishes with two-night, back-to-back shows in Florida, Illinois, New York and Massachusetts.

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Second Part of Justin Timberlake’s Tour

Justin Timberlake’s July shows are taking place in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Cleveland and Kentucky before a three-month break. The October dates, with only one show, each have Timberlake going to Canada, Brooklyn, Newark and Washington D.C. Toronto will experience two back-to-back shows at the Scotiabank Arena before one show in Buffalo, New York.

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Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, is the next stop on October 23rd before a show two days later in Detroit. The last show for October is in Chicago on the 27th, at the same venue as the other Chicago dates. For November, Timberlake is performing in Michigan, two back-to-back in Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, two times in Tennessee, and Kentucky.

The last month of the tour is December, when Timberlake will close with two shows in Texas, and then a show each in Alaska, Tennessee, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis.

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