Justin Timberlake has revealed his first tour since 2019, which will feature performances in both San Diego and Los Angeles.

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The seasoned singer’s world tour, ‘Forget Tomorrow’, will commence after the launch of his upcoming album, ‘Everything I Thought It Was’, set to release on March 15. The schedule and ticket details for the initial part of his tour are provided here.

For the first time since 2019, Justin Timberlake is embarking on a tour. The North American segment of his “Forget Tomorrow” world tour will kick off on April 29 in Vancouver, Canada at the Rogers Arena and wrap up on July 9 in Lexington, Kentucky at the Rupp Arena.

The tour will follow the launch of Timberlake’s upcoming album, “Everything I Thought It Was,” set to release on March 15 under RCA Records. This marks his first new album since “Man of the Woods” in 2018.

The tour itinerary includes a performance on May 14 at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, where Timberlake had also performed in early 2019. Additionally, there are two more dates in California — May 6 at the SAP Center in San Jose and May 17 at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

Timberlake, who will be celebrating his 43rd birthday next Wednesday, revealed his tour plans on the Thursday episode of “The Tonight Show, starring Jimmy Fallon.” The ex-*NSYNC band member is set to perform on the upcoming episode of “Saturday Night Live.” His tour is being managed by Live Nation, the biggest concert organizer globally.

Tickets for the general audience will be available from next Friday, Feb. 2, starting at 10 a.m. local time on justintimberlake.com. The ticket prices for his San Diego show range from $55 to $300, excluding service fees.

Several pre-sales are planned, starting with a fan club pre-sale that kicks off on Monday. Current fan club members will receive a unique code via email, which they can use to buy tickets.

Citi members will have their own pre-sale, which will take place from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 5 p.m. Thursday at citientertainment.com.

Verizon customers will also have a pre-sale during the same time frame. More information can be found at Verizon Up.

In addition, a range of VIP packages and experiences are available. These include tickets for an exclusive VIP Stage Bar section with in-seat service throughout the event, a specially designed VIP gift item, early entry into the venue, and more. These can be accessed through vipnation.com.

Justin Timberlake “Forget Tomorrow” 2024 North American tour dates:

The dates marked with an asterisk (*) are not eligible for the Verizon Up pre-sale.

DateCity, StateVenue
Monday, April 29Vancouver, BCRogers Arena
Thursday, May 2Seattle, WAClimate Pledge Arena
Monday, May 6San Jose, CASAP Center at San Jose
Friday, May 10Las Vegas, NVT-Mobile Arena*
Tuesday, May 14San Diego, CAPechanga Arena San Diego*
Friday, May 17Inglewood, CAKia Forum
Tuesday, May 21Phoenix, AZFootprint Center
Wednesday, May 29San Antonio, TXFrost Bank Center
Friday, May 31Austin, TXMoody Center
Tuesday, June 4Fort Worth, TXDickies Arena
Thursday, June 6Tulsa, OKBOK Center
Monday, June 10Atlanta, GAState Farm Arena
Wednesday, June 12Raleigh, NCPNC Arena
Friday, June 14Tampa, FLAmalie Arena
Saturday, June 15Miami, FLKaseya Center
Friday, June 21Chicago, ILUnited Center
Tuesday, June 25New York, NYMadison Square Garden
Saturday, June 29Boston, MATD Garden
Wednesday, July 3Baltimore, MDCFG Bank Arena
Thursday, July 4Hershey, PAHersheypark Stadium
Sunday, July 7Cleveland, OHRocket Mortgage Field House*
Tuesday, July 9Lexington, KYRupp Arena

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Esme Mazzeo joined usnewsdaily in 2023 as a writer-editor on the weekend team. She previously served as an entertainment reporter at Business Insider specializing in TV and covering shows like Grey's Anatomy, Sister Wives and Virgin River.Esme has over a decade of experience covering entertainment, lifestyle and cultural news.
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