Justin Timberlake Postpones ‘Man Of The Woods’ UK Tour Dates

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Justin Timberlake and his “Man of the Woods Tour” packs Madison Square Garden Arena in NYC March 22.

UK fans of Justin Timberlake who had tickets for his June 28 show in Birmingham, the July 2 gig in Manchester and the July 6 concert in Glasgow can’t hope for a replacement.

The UK seems to be unlucky when it comes to the world’s megastars gracing the country’s biggest stages. Almost exactly one year ago, The Rolling Stones announced that they would be skipping its hometown on the first run of the band’s “No Filter” tour.  The reason given was a lack of venues. 

Justin Timberlake and Live Nation did not go into details about the cancelled dates. A statement reads: “’The Man Of The Woods’ European tour start has been slightly delayed resulting in the following changes to the UK performances.”

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Tickets for the previous shows will be honored at the door.

“Unfortunately, we are unable to reschedule the concerts previously scheduled for June 28 in Birmingham, July 2 in Manchester and July 6 in Glasgow. Fans holding tickets will receive a refund at point of purchase,” the statement continues.

Timberlake is currently in the middle of his “Man Of The Woods” U.S. tour. He’s leading Pollstar‘s Global Concert Pulse Chart with an average gross of $3.32 million per boxoffice report and 23,277 tickets sold.

His last tour, the 2013 “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 Arena (27,760 tickets, $3.6 million) and a set at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center (14,168 tickets, $2 million), according to boxoffice reports submitted to Pollstar.