Timberlake's solo show making Pittsburgh stop
Justin Timberlake, who has been pretty much everywhere promoting his new album “The 20/20 Experience,” will be taking his act on the road this fall in his first headlining tour in six years, which includes a stop Dec. 14 in Pittsburgh.
The former lead singer of ‘N Sync is touring this summer with Jay Z in the Legends of Summer tour. The two collaborated on Timberlake's hit “Suit & Tie.”
The fall tour, which kicks off Oct. 31 in Montreal, will be in support of “The 20/20 Experience” and a follow up album set for release on Sept. 30.
Timberlake's all-new fan club, The Tennessee Kids, will have access to a pre-sale for the Consol Energy Center show starting at 10 a.m. May 29. Neither the date for general ticket sales or prices have been announced
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