Hey, sexy’s got to go away before you can bring it back, right? So let’s not take the recent news of Justin Timberlake’s announced plans on how he’ll be ending his 20/20 Experience tour too badly. After all, JT’s world tour has been running since November 2013, so he could use a break. The former NSYNC member is playing through Australia and New Zealand at the moment, but will get back in the US for a November 20 show at the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter in Portland, OR. From there it’s a run through California and into Las Vegas. He’ll play the Toyota Center in Houston on December 1 and then move on to performances in Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Chicago. After a show in Toronto on December 10, Timberlake will play a few show in the Northeast, followed by a show in Nashville on December 19 and another at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, GA on December 20. And then it’s on the tour’s final two performances at the MGM Grand Garden in Vegas on January 1 and 2.
A presence in the pop culture sphere since 1995, when he first rose to prominence as part of the boy band NSYNC, Justin Timberlake has become a juggernaut of the American entertainment industry. He’s released four solo albums since 2002, all of which have gone platinum or beyond, as well as acted in a variety films that ranged from critical darlings to popcorn fun. He’s a gift from the gods and we mortals are blessed to share the Earth with him.