The return of Justin Timberlake part deux arrives this fall when he releases the second part of his “The 20/20 Experience” album on Sept. 30 and then launches an arena tour on Oct. 31 in Montreal.
On his first (non-Jay-Z-related) tour in six years, Timberlake will hit several cities in the South, including Atlanta on Dec. 17 at Philips Arena.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, May 13 (a fan club pre-sale begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 7. Fans can register at www.justintimberlake.com/tennesseekids.). Tickets are $49-$179.
For those who want to catch him sooner, he’s also slated for Raleigh Nov. 13, Nashville Nov. 15 and his hometown of Memphis Nov. 18.
Timberlake’s re-emergence on the pop scene has been massive. When part one of thesprawling, ambitious “The 20/20 Experience” arrived in March, it sold nearly a million copies its first week and is currently the best-selling album of the year, having moved more than 1.5 million copies.
His upcoming “Legends of Summer” stadium tour with pal Jay-Z is doing brisk business with multiple dates in cities including New York, Chicago, Baltimore and Pasadena, Calif.
The talented Timberlake also made a smashing return to “Saturday Night Live” in March, posting the show’s highest ratings since January 2012.
Here's a look at Timberlake's tour itinerary.