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Justin Timberlake Expands "The Man of the Woods" Tour - Adds More Cities


Just one day after his Super Bowl halftime show performance in Minneapolis, and after the recent release of a new album, Justin Timberlake has announced that he has added European dates and more stops in North America to his The Man Of The Woods Tour.

The extra dates come after an already sold out first leg for his shows. Timberlake will tour Europe after the first North America stops, then will tour North America again in the fall, and again in January 2019.

The European part of the tour will kick off on June 22 in Paris and there will be 16 stops, including London, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Berlin.

The Man of The Woods Tour has already sold over 450,000 tickets. Pre-sale tickets for the new dates begin to go on sale starting on February 7.  Go to the singer's official website, justintimberlake.com for more. The fall leg for U.S. and Canada, will kick off on September 19 in Lexington, KY at Rupp Arena.


DATE:                          CITY:                            VENUE:                                   
13-March                       Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre                    
15-March                       Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre                    
18-March                       Washington, DC            Capital One Arena                    
21-March                       New York, NY               Madison Square Garden           
22-March                       New York, NY               Madison Square Garden           
25-March                       Newark, NJ                   Prudential Center                      
27-March                       Chicago, IL                    United Center                           
28-March                       Chicago, IL                    United Center                           
31-March                       Cleveland, OH               Quicken Loans Arena               
02-April                         Detroit, MI                     Little Caesars Arena                 
04-April                         Boston, MA                   TD Garden                               
05-April                         Boston, MA                   TD Garden                               
08-April                         Montreal, QC                 Bell Centre                               
09-April                         Montreal, QC                 Bell Centre                               
12-April                         Salt Lake City, UT          Vivint Smart Home Arena          
14-April                         Las Vegas, NV              T-Mobile Arena                         
15-April                         Las Vegas, NV              T-Mobile Arena                         
24-April                         San Jose, CA                SAP Center                                                      
25-April                         San Jose, CA                SAP Center                              
28-April                         Los Angeles, CA           The Forum                                                       
29-April                         Los Angeles, CA           The Forum                               
02-May                         Phoenix, AZ                  Talking Stick Resort Arena        
05-May                         Tulsa, OK                     BOK Center                              
07-May                         Columbus, OH               Nationwide Arena                                 
09-May                         Nashville, TN                 Bridgestone Arena                    
11-May                         Atlanta, GA                   Infinite Energy Arena                
14-May                         Orlando, FL                   Amway Center                          
15-May                         Tampa, FL                    Amalie Arena                            
18-May                         Miami, FL                      American Airlines Arena            
19-May                         Ft. Lauderdale, FL         BB&T Center                            
23-May                         Houston, TX                  Toyota Center                           
25-May                         Houston, TX                  Toyota Center                           
27-May                         Dallas, TX                     American Airlines Center           
28-May                         Dallas, TX                     American Airlines Center
30-May                         Memphis, TN                 FedEx Forum                                       
01-June                         Pittsburgh, PA               PPG Paints Arena                                
02-June                         Philadelphia, PA            Wells Fargo Center                   

NEW DATES ANNOUNCED – EUROPE/UK

22-June                        Paris, FR                      AccorHotels Arena                     On sale Feb. 12
27-June                        Birmingham, UK            Barclaycard Arena                     On sale Feb. 12
01-July                           Manchester, UK            Manchester Arena                    On sale Feb. 12
05-July                           Glasgow, UK                 SSE Hydro                              On sale Feb. 12
09-July                           London, UK                   O2 Arena                                On sale Feb. 12
15-July                           Amsterdam, NL             Ziggo Dome                             On sale Feb. 12
17-July                           Antwerp, BE                  Sportpaleis                              On sale Feb. 12
21-July                           Cologne. DE                 Lanxess Arena                         On sale Feb. 12
31-July                           Stockholm, SE              Friends Arena                          On sale Feb. 12
2-August                        Oslo, NO                       Telenor Arena                          On sale Feb. 12
4-August                        Copenhagen, DK          Royal Arena                              On sale Feb. 12
8-August                        Hamburg, DE                Barclaycard Arena                    On sale Feb. 12
12-August                      Berlin, DE                     Mercedes-Benz Arena               On sale Feb. 12
16-August                      Zurich, CH                     Hallenstadion                           On sale Feb. 12
20-August                      Frankfurt, DE                Festhalle                                  On sale Feb. 12
24-August                      Arnhem, NL                   Gelredome                               On sale Feb. 12

NEW DATES ANNOUNCED – NORTH AMERICA

19-September               Lexington, KY               Rupp Arena                               On sale Feb. 19
21-September               Milwaukee, WI               Wisconsin Entertainment            On sale Feb. 12
                                                                        & Sports Center
25-September               Pittsburgh, PA               PPG Paints Arena                     On sale Feb. 12
28-September               St. Paul, MN                  Xcel Energy Center                    On sale Feb. 12
02-October                    Cleveland, OH               Quicken Loans Arena                On sale Feb. 12
05-October                    Chicago, IL                    United Center                            On sale Feb. 12
09-October                    Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre                     On sale Feb. 12
13-October                    Quebec City, QC           Videotron Centre                       On sale Feb. 19
18-October                    Boston, MA                   TD Garden                                On sale Feb. 19
22-October                    Ottawa, ON                   Canadian Tire Centre                 On sale Feb. 19
24-October                    New York, NY               Madison Square Garden            On sale Feb. 12
28-October                    Buffalo, NY                   KeyBank Center                        On sale Feb. 19

4-November                  Edmonton, AB              Rogers Place                            On sale Feb. 12
8-November                  Vancouver, BC              Rogers Arena                            On sale Feb. 12
16-November                Portland, OR                 MODA Center                            On sale Feb. 12
27-November                Los Angeles, CA           Staples Center                           On sale Feb. 12

08-December                Omaha, NB                   CenturyLink Center                    On sale Feb. 26
10-December                Kansas City, MO           Sprint Center                             On sale Feb. 26
13-December                St. Louis, MO                Scottrade Center                       On sale Feb. 26
14-December                Indianapolis, IN              Bankers Life Fieldhouse            On sale Feb. 26
17-December                Philadelphia, PA            Wells Fargo Center                    On sale Feb. 19

2019 – NORTH AMERICA

04-January                    Washington, DC            Capital One Arena                     On sale Feb. 12
08-January                    Charlotte, SC                Spectrum Center                       On sale Feb. 26
10-January                    Atlanta, GA                   Philips Arena                             On sale Feb. 19
12-January                    Memphis, TN                 FedEx Forum                            On sale Feb. 12
15-January                    New Orleans, LA           Smoothie King Center                On sale Feb. 19
19-January                    San Antonio, TX            AT&T Center                             On sale Feb. 26
22-January                    Houston, TX                  Toyota Center                            On sale Feb. 19
24-January                    Dallas, TX                     American Airlines Center            On sale Feb. 19
26-January                    Oklahoma City, OK        Chesapeake Energy Arena         On sale Feb. 26
29-January                    Denver, CO                   Pepsi Center                             On sale Feb. 26

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