After announcing yesterday that he's going to debut a sequel to his hugely successful album "The 20/20 Experience" on September 30, Justin Timberlake makes another exciting announcement today that he's going on an international tour a month after he releases Part 2 of his two-part 2013 offering. The 32-year-old entertainer's forthcoming trek across North America will be his second tour this year after co-headlining the "Legends of the Summer" stadium tour with superstar pal Jay-Z.
Timberlake will kick off his solo tour on October 31, performing live from the Bell Center in Montreal, Quebec in Canada before moving across 21 other cities within the months of November up through February next year. He will wrap things up on February 10 at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska.
Sadly, the tour does not include stopovers in such top cities as Boston, Washington D.C., Philadelphia or New York, opting to go to the mid-size hubs like St. Louis, Indianapolis and Edmonton. The "Suit & Tie" singer may have been applying some foresight here, choosing those areas that he has not been able to cover on his tour with Jay-Z to reach more of his adoring fans.
The North America leg is said to be a part of the pop/dance prince's intercontinental tour, with the European, Australian and South American tour dates yet to be announced by concert promoter Live Nation.