Justin Timberlake Adds Second Leg To ‘The Forget Tomorrow World Tour’

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Justin Timberlake is expanding dates on his first tour in five years with newly-added shows in Brooklyn, New York; Washington, DC; Toronto; Chicago; Atlanta and more. The new dates add to his previously announced shows in Seattle, San Diego, Austin, New York City, Boston and more, with many shows already sold out.

Along with the second leg’s announcement, Timberlake has added another show at San Jose’s SAP Center and Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on May 7 and May 11, respectively. Timberlake already sold out one night at Atlanta’s State Farm Center on June 10 and two shows at Chicago’s United Center on June 21 and 22, with the singer returning to the arena Chicago on Oct. 27 and Atlanta on Nov. 16.

The Live Nation-produced trek features Timberlake performing songs off his new album, Everything I thought It Was, which is scheduled to be released on March 15 via RCA Records. So far, 21 dates have already sold out, with new second shows being added in several cities including at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on June 25 and 26.

In the lead up to Timberlake’s tour announcement and album rollout, the singer performed two one-night-only underplays in Memphis, Tennessee, and New York City. He appeared on Jimmy Fallon, where he made the tour announcement, and he also appeared as a musical guest on “Saturday Night Live.” The tour now features 38 dates, with leg one kicking off on April 29 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The second leg kicks off in Brooklyn on Oct. 7.

Timberlake is booked by WME worldwide and represented by Wright Entertainment Group.

Highlights from Timberlake’s last tour taking place in 2019 included sell outs at Los Angeles’ then-named Stales Center (now Crypto.com Arena), grossing $2.5 million, and a sold out show at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena grossing $1.9 million. He sold out two nights at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, grossing $2.8 million in total, according to reports submitted to Pollstar’s Boxoffice.

General on sale for the newly added shows begins Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. local time.

“The Forget Tomorrow World Tour” newly-added dates
06/07 – SAP Center at San Jose – San Jose, CA
05/11 – T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas, NV
10/07 – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY
10/08 – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
10/13 – Capital One Arena – Washington, DC
10/17 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON
10/21 – Keybank Center – Buffalo, NY
10/23 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OH
10/27 – United Center – Chicago, IL
11/16 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA