By Sharon Aron Baron
In an announcement on Friday, Justin Timberlake is set to bring his much-anticipated The Forget Tomorrow World Tour to Sunrise, Florida.
The acclaimed musician, actor, and global entertainer will perform at the Amerant Bank Arena on Friday, November 8, as part of the second leg of his tour.
This addition comes after multiple sold-out shows and prompted the addition of 15 new dates to the tour schedule.
Timberlake’s tour announcement follows a month filled with appearances, including one-night-only performances in Memphis and New York, a surprise announcement on Jimmy Fallon, and a guest appearance on SNL.
On his first tour in five years, Timberlake is set to perform songs from his upcoming album Everything I Thought It Was, including the latest single, “Selfish,” and fan-favorite hits. The album is scheduled for release on March 15, with pre-orders underway.
Tickets for the newly announced dates will go on sale with exclusive presales for Verizon and Citi cardmembers from February 12 through February 14. The general public can purchase tickets starting Thursday, February 15, at 10 a.m. via justintimberlake.com.
Produced by Live Nation, The Forget Tomorrow World Tour will now encompass 54 stops across North America, including back-to-back nights in several cities. The tour kicks off on April 29 in Vancouver and will travel through major cities before concluding in Indianapolis on December 16. Additional stops in Europe and the UK are expected to be announced soon.
Various VIP packages will be available for fans looking to elevate their concert experience. These packages include exclusive access to the VIP Stage Bar, in-seat service, a specially designed VIP gift item, an early entrance, and more.
Justin Timberlake is a multi-faceted entertainer with a career spanning music, film, and television. He has sold over 54 million albums, 63 million singles worldwide, and 70 million records with *NSYNC. He is a ten-time Grammy Award winner and has won four Emmy Awards.
- Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.
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