We can’t help but think that Justin Timberlake is about to announce a new tour in 2018. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable evening listening to pop icon, Justin Timberlake live should he announce a European / world tour in 2018.
Recently, Justin Timberlake confirmed he is back in the studio and has been teasing a new album which is set to be released later this year. The last track released by Justin Timberlake was the catchy pop tune “Can’t Stop the Feeling”, written for the DreamWorks animation film, Trolls. Speaking to the press on his new material, Justin Timberlake says it’s not similar to hit album ‘20/20 Experience’. Whatever Justin Timberlake releases, we can imagine it will join his other singles as an instant classic.
Justin Timberlake has been consistently releasing hit songs such as “Cry Me A river”, “Mirrors” and “What goes around…comes around” for over 15 years. Simultaneously, Justin Timberlake pursued a career as an actor, starring in films including “Friends with benefits” and “Bad Teacher.” It’s a testament to Justin Timberlake that he can take up to seven-year gaps between releasing music and still have such a large impact. As was the case between Justin Timberlake’s albums FutureSex/LoveSounds in 2006 and the 20/20 Experience in 2013.
Justin Timberlake last performed in the UK in 2016 at Capital FM’s Up Close with Coca-Cola series, where he performed at the 02 Indigo stage. It’s expected that a Justin Timberlake European tour in 2018 would see him perform at arenas including the Barclaycard Arena, London’s O2 Arena, 3Arena in Dublin and The SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Villiers secures premier access to the hottest music events hospitality so you can watch Justin Timberlake perform in style.
Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience World Tour saw him play The SSE Hydro, 02 Arena, Motorpoint Arena and LG Arena back in 2014. It seems likely Justin Timberlake would continue to play similar venues in 2018, but there is always the chance he could perform at London’s Wembley Stadium.
Justin Timberlake has been performed in 2017, but only at rare occasions including the 89th Academy Awards and he will perform at the United States Grand Prix in October 2017. Some believe however, that instead of a Justin Timberlake tour, that there may be a NSYNC reunion on the cards as indicated by Lance Bass.
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