Justin Timberlake Unveils “Forget Tomorrow” World Tour After New Single Release
In a thrilling announcement on Thursday’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, the 42-year-old musical sensation, revealed plans for his upcoming Forget Tomorrow World Tour. This exciting news comes on the heels of the release of his latest single, “Selfish,” adding an extra layer of anticipation for fans.
A Musical Journey: Timberlake Hits the Road After Two Years
After a hiatus since 2019, Timberlake is ready to embark on the North American leg of his “Forget Tomorrow” world tour. The tour kicks off on April 29 in Canada at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena and concludes its journey on July 9 in Kentucky at Lexington’s Rupp Arena. Fans across North America will have the chance to experience Timberlake’s electrifying performances in a live setting.
New Album Alert: “Everything I Thought It Was”
Timberlake’s tour aligns seamlessly with the release of his upcoming album, “Everything I Thought It Was,” hitting the airwaves on March 15 via RCA Records. This marks his first album since the 2018 release of “Man of the Woods,” promising a fresh musical chapter for the artist.
Late-Night Revelations: Tour Announcement on The Tonight Show
The grand revelation took place on Thursday’s telecast of The Tonight Show, where Timberlake shared the exciting news with Jimmy Fallon. The musician also took a trip down memory lane, reminiscing about a free show in his hometown of Memphis, where he initially performed “Selfish.”
SNL Appearance and Hometown Nostalgia
Adding to the excitement, Timberlake is set to be the musical guest on the upcoming Saturday Night Live telecast. The artist, who turns 43 next week, expressed his joy about kicking off the tour in his hometown, Memphis, where he first introduced “Selfish.”
Ticket Details and Presale Opportunities
For eager fans, tickets for the Forget Tomorrow World Tour will be available starting next Friday, Feb. 2, at 10 a.m. local time on justintimberlake.com. Prices for the San Diego concert range from $55 to $300, with various pre-sales offering exclusive access. Fan club members can secure their spots with a pre-sale starting on Monday, while Citi members enjoy their pre-sale window from 10 a.m. Tuesday until 5 p.m. Thursday at citientertainment.com.
A Musical Odyssey Begins: Mark Your Calendars
As Timberlake gears up for his long-awaited return to the stage, fans can anticipate a musical odyssey with the Forget Tomorrow World Tour. The convergence of new releases, nostalgic performances, and the thrill of live music sets the stage for an unforgettable experience as Justin Timberlake takes center stage once again.