Justin Timberlake Just Announced His Tour Starts In Toronto

Ruben Ruiz
January 9, 2018

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Justin Timberlake will kick off his North American tour here in Toronto in March, a little more than a month after his Man of the Woods album is released.

The tour is named after Timberlake's forthcoming album "Man Of The Woods", set for release on February 2. Purchase tickets at InfiniteEnergyCenter.com, the arena box office or by calling 770-626-2464. It will be his third time performing at the Super Bowl. According to Timberlake's website, a presale will begin at 10 a.m. January 24.

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Among the VIP packages JT is offering on his Man of the Woods tour is the "Stage Bar" VIP Experience.

There is also an American Express presale, which begins at 10 a.m. January 10. "How can we bring that to life?"

The star has also announced the launch of his "Tennessee Kids" program, giving fans access to pre-sale tickets, ensuring they get theirs before the tickets go on general sale later in the month. The multi-platinum artist earned both an Academy Award nomination and his 10th career Grammy award for "Can't Stop the Feeling", from the film "Trolls". Additionally, Timberlake has won four Emmys for his appearances on Saturday Night Live.

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