He had eight more dates remaining before taking a holiday break, including a Saturday performance scheduled in Omaha, Neb. Timberlake’s first 2019 date is Jan. 4 at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.
All affected shows are to be rescheduled in 2019 and tickets for the originally scheduled shows will be honored at the 2019 dates. Refunds, if required, are available at the point of purchase.
According to a press release, “Justin Timberlake is sorry for the inconvenience to his fans and looks forward to seeing everyone at the rescheduled dates.”
The postponement joins a slew of others Timberlake has made in recent weeks. Since Thanksgiving, he’s delayed planned shows in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Fresno, Calif. Timberlake’s most recent performance was Oct. 22 at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
Timberlake’s Man Of The Woods Tour, supporting his February album of the same name, has proven lucrative. At midyear, he had sold 576,564 tickets for a gross of $83.6 million, which made him the seventh-highest grossing artist of the first half of 2018. He memorably kicked off the year by headlining the Super Bowl halftime show.