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Justin Timberlake performs on the first day of the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival Sept. 23, 2017 in Franklin, Tenn.
NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Timberlake is postponing another concert as he recovers his bruised vocal cords.
Live Nation announced Thursday that the pop star’s show in Buffalo, New York, planned for Sunday, will now take place Dec. 19.
Just hours before his concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, Timberlake wrote on Instagram that he had to postpone it to Jan. 31, which marks his 38th birthday. Because of that new show, his Denver concert planned for Jan. 29 will now take place on Jan. 28.
Tickets for the previously scheduled concerts will be honored at the new dates. Live Nation said, “Timberlake is sorry for the inconvenience to his fans and looks forward to seeing everyone at the rescheduled events.”
Justin Timberlake says he is postponing his Wednesday night concert in New York City because his vocal cords are “severely bruised.”
The pop star writes on Instagram that under doctor’s orders he must postpone his show at Madison Square Garden. He performed at the famed venue on Monday night.
Timberlake says he has rescheduled the MSG concert for January 31, which is his 38th birthday. He writes, “I’m going to make this up to you.”