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Justin Timberlake is hitting the road. On Monday morning, the singer announced the dates for his upcoming 27-city Man of the Woods North American tour, which is slated to kick off March 13 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The Live Nation-promoted outing is named for the singer’s upcoming studio album, which is set for release Feb. 2, two days before JT takes the stage to headline the halftime show at Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4.
This marks Timberlake’s return to the stage following the smash The 20/20 Experience Tour, which took him around the globe in 2013/2014. American Express card members can buy tickets Jan. 10 at 10 a.m. local time through 5 p.m. Jan 14 and Jan. 17 through Jan. 21 at 5 p.m. local time; the general on sales begin Jan. 16 and Jan. 22. For those tickets going on general sale Jan. 29, the Amex presale begins Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. local time and runs through Jan. 28 at 5 p.m. local time; general public tickets can be found at Ticketmaster.com. Members of the Tennessee Kids Fan Club can also get in on presale tickets beginning Jan. 10; click here for details.
Every Man of the Woods tour date will also feature a VIP Verizon Up section, which will put fans close to the stage and the singer. The tour will features stops in New York, Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, Nashville, Miami and is currently slated to wrap up May 30 with a show at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn. Timberlake released the first single from the anticipated album, “Filthy,” on Friday (Jan. 5), complete with a Steve Jobs-inspired futuristic video.
Check out the clip below.
Man of the Woods tour dates:
March 13: Toronto, ON, @ Air Canada Centre
March 18: Washington, D.C., @ Capital One Arena
March 21: New York City, @ Madison Square Garden
March 25: Newark, N.J., @ Prudential Center
March 27: Chicago, @ United Center
March 31: Cleveland, @ Quicken Loans Arena
April 2: Detroit, @ Little Caesars Arena
April 4: Boston, @ TD Garden
April 8: Montreal, @ Bell Centre
April 12: Salt Lake City, @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
April 14: Las Vegas, @ T-Mobile Arena
April 24: San Jose, Calif., @ SAP Center
April 28: Los Angeles, @ The Forum
May 2: Phoenix, @ Talking Stick Resort Arena
May 5: Tulsa, Okla., @ BOK Center
May 7: Columbus, Ohio, @ Nationwide Arena
May 9: Nashville, @ Bridgestone Arena
May 11: Atlanta, @ Infinite Energy Arena
May 14: Orlando, @ Amway Center
May 15: Tampa, Fla., @ Amalie Arena
May 18: Miami, @ American Airlines Arena
May 19: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., @ BB&T Center
May 23: Houston, @ Toyota Center
May 27: Dallas, @ American Airlines Center
May 30: Memphis, Tenn., @ FedEx Forum
Check out the woodsy one-minute trailer for the tour below.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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