Justin Timberlake Extends Tour

Justin Timberlake
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Justin Timberlake performs on the first day of the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival Sept. 23, 2017 in Franklin, Tenn.

Fresh off his Super Bowl Halftime performance, Justin Timberlake has added North American and European dates to his “Man Of The Woods Tour” in support of his recently released album.

The new leg of North American dates begins Sept. 19 at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., and run through Dec. 17 with the last set taking place at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. Additional stops include Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver.

JT will take a trip across the Atlantic for a European run starting in Paris June 22, with the leg wrapping up in the Netherlands Aug. 24.

Tickets for most of the new dates go on sale Feb. 12, with an American Express pre-sale begging Feb. 7 at 10 a.m. local time. The sales for the other dates begin Feb. 19 and 26, with respective American Express pre-sales starting Feb. 14 and 21.

Man Of The Woods, Timberlake’s fifth solo studio album, dropped Feb. 2. The 16-track record features collaborations with Migos, Alicia Keys, The Neptunes and Chris Stapleton.

Timberlake will likely add even more dates later this year, as his last outing, 2013’s “20/20 Experience World Tour” lasted for more than a year.

Some of the highest grossing concerts from that tour include two gigs at Chicago’s United Center, selling 14,951 tickets and grossing $3.7 million, two at New York City’s Madison Square Garden (27,760 tickets, $3.6 million) and a set at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center (14,168 tickets, $2 million), according to box office reports submitted to Pollstar.

The tour also took JT to Europe, the Middle East and Australia, with shows at Germany’s Mercedes-Benz Arena (13,771 tickets, $1.4 million) Russia’s Olympic Stadium (22,705 tickets, $3.8 million) and two back-to-back concerts at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena (27,155 tickets, $5 million).

Click here to see the full list of dates.