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Justin Timberlake Details
Justin Timberlake began his career as one of the lead singers for NSYNC, one of the most popular boy bands of all time. As a member of NSYNC, Timberlake helped put out hits like “It’s Gonna Be Me,” “Bye Bye Bye,” “This I Promise You,” “Tearin’ Up My Heart” and many others. But Timberlake was far and away the most talented member of the band, and he went on to be a huge star in more than one industry. Not only is Timberlake a great musician, but he is also an excellent actor. He has appeared in films such as Friends with Benefits, The Social Network, Alpha Dog and Bad Teacher.
Since starting his solo career in 2002, Timberlake has released four studio albums, collaborated with music superstars from Christina Aguilera to Jay-Z, and appeared on movie soundtracks like Trolls and The Book of Love. Fans love his smooth vocals and his ability to reinvent himself with each album while somehow maintaining the essential qualities that make him the performer fans have loved since his boy band days.
Justin Timberlake has been nominated for and received a staggering number of awards since becoming a solo artist. As of the end of 2017, Justin Timberlake had received 459 nominations, taking home a total of 165 awards. He’s won 10 Grammy Awards, 4 Emmy Awards, 7 American Music Awards, 3 Brit Awards, 11 MTV Video Music Awards, and 28 ASCAP Awards, just to name a few. His latest single “Filthy” is his 25th single since 2002, and its near immediate success proves once again that Justin Timberlake has his finger firmly on the pulse of his fans and the music industry.
Following the release of his hit single “Filthy” from his 2018 album, Man of the Woods, Justin Timberlake has just announced his latest tour. The Man of the Woods Tour promises to be the visual and musical treat that Justin Timberlake fans have come to expect from the music superstar. As with every Justin Timberlake concert, the Man of the Woods Tour will feature plenty of stunning vocals, hot dance moves, and songs that are performed to near cinematic quality. Justin Timberlake performances are more than a concert; they are a full, exciting experience. The Man of the Woods Tour takes Justin’s energetic performances to the next level, giving Justin Timberlake fans a glimpse into the world that inspired Justin to create his latest album.
2018 Tour Dates for Man of the Woods Tour
The North American Man of the Woods Tour kicks off in Toronto, Ontario at the Air Canada Centre on March 13, 2018. Hitting 25 cities total, the Man of the Woods Tour will make its way to large cities from Los Angeles, CA to Newark, NJ, and Boston, MA to Miami, FL. At this time, the tour is scheduled to end on May 30, 2018 at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, TN. As with all popular tours, there is a possibility of added dates and cities.
Justin Timberlake Setlist
The Man of the Woods Tour is centered around his latest album, which is set to release on February 2, 2018. The wildly popular single from the album “Filthy” will make the show’s setlist, as well as several others from the Man of the Woods album.
In addition to his new songs, Justin Timberlake will be performing several fan favorites. The 2016 summer anthem “Can’t Fight the Feeling” will be included, as will older favorites like “Cry Me a River” and “Sexy Back”. And no Justin Timberlake set would be complete without “Mirrors”, a song that gives fans a glimpse into his love life, a rare thing from the ultra-private Justin Timberlake. The setlist will also include one of Justin’s most enduring songs, “Like I Love You”, the debut single that introduced Justin as a solo star in 2002.
December 19, 2018
Justin Timberlake Announces Rescheduled 'Man of the Woods' Tour Dates
Fans that have waited all year to see Justin Timberlake on his Man of the Woods Tour will have to hold out for just a bit longer. The pop icon has announced a slew of rescheduled dates for the shows he was forced to cancel earlier this year due to bruised vocal chords. They'll intertwine…