After seven years on hiatus from his musical career, Justin Timberlake has stormed back in 2013 with a vengeance. In March, he released his third solo effort, “The 20/20 Experience,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and also hosted his fifth installment of “Saturday Night Live,” and this summer he’ll embark on the “Legends of the Summer” Tour with collaborator, Jay-Z. And now, fans can add two more pieces of major news to the list: a second chapter of “The 20/20 Experience” and a world tour that will extend into 2014.
The 10-song, part two of the “The 20/20 Experience” will be released on Sept. 30, just ahead of Timberlake’s solo tour, which will kick off on Oct. 31 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. The 20/20 Experience World Tour will resume Nov. 13 in Raleigh, N.C., before hitting sites like Nashville, Tenn. (Nov. 15), Columbus, Ohio (Nov. 16), and Timberlake’s native Memphis, Tenn. (Nov. 18). During the remainder of 2013, the R&B singer will visit major North American venues, including the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 29), the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas (Dec. 5), Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. (Dec. 11), Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa. (Dec. 14), and the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla. (Dec. 19).
After a brief hiatus over the holidays, Timberlake will return for six dates in 2014, beginning with a Jan. 13 performance at Edmonton’s Rexall Place, and continuing on to Seattle, Wash. (Jan. 17), Denver, Colo. (Jan. 22), Fargo, N.D. (Feb. 7), and St. Paul, Minn. (Feb. 9). His final concert on Feb. 10 at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb., will mark the end of the North American leg of the tour, though additional tour dates will likely be announced later this year.
So far, no duplicate stops are scheduled for the fall, so be sure to check out dates for his forthcoming summer venture as well. Justin Timberlake tickets are currently in stock for all performances set to sweep the nation from July-August. The limited run consists of mostly major outdoor sports venues including Yankee Stadium in New York (July 19-20), Soldier Field in Chicago (July 22), Ford Field in Detroit (Aug. 6), and Fenway Park in Boston (Aug. 10-11).