On Dec. 14, Justin Timberlake will return to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., for one of the final performances of his ongoing tour. This state-of-the-art arena held the first concert of Timberlake's 20/20 Experience World Tour in Nov. 2013, and more than a year later, the massive arena is primed to host the stylish pop star for another riveting concert full of his latest hits. Whether you missed the first show or want to see Timberlake rock the arena for a second time, this Sunday evening performance will hold something new and exciting for all of Timberlake's biggest fans.
Barclays Center Seating Information
There will be six distinct seating levels available for fans at the Justin Timberlake Barclays Center concert. The options farthest from the stage will be available in the main arena seating bowl. This includes the Lower Level (Sections 1-31), Middle Level (Sections 102-126), and Upper Level (Sections 201-231), which extend up toward the roof from the Floor Level. The main seating bowl also includes suites that may be available during Timberlake's performance. Be aware that some of the reserved seats in the Barclays Center--especially those in Sections 3-4, 28-29, 104-105, 204-205, and 227-228--will be facing the side and rear of the stage, preventing fans from having a direct view of the stage. Finally, on the same level as the stage, the Floor Level will hold two different seating areas. The reserved Floor Level seating will be arranged directly in front of the stage in Sections F1-F6, while the rear of the floor will hold two VIP sections composed of GA standing-room-only admission options.
Barclays Center General Information
Many items are prohibited at Barclays Center for safety reasons, including glass and metal containers, cans, bottles, food and drink purchased outside the arena, signs and banners attached to poles, large umbrellas, and oversized bags. Although you're free to bring a personal camera to the Justin Timberlake Brooklyn show, you cannot bring recording devices or professional cameras inside the arena.
Barclays Center Parking Information
Although parking is limited on site at the arena, there are several lots and structures within a ten-minute walk of the arena. If any Barclays Center parking passes are available in advance, the button below the seating chart on this page will be highlighted. Otherwise, public transportation is the preferred method of arrival for guests. Numerous train and bus lines in the area provide service to Barclays Center.
Barclays Center Gate Times
Barclays Center doors are scheduled to open no later than 7 p.m. EST for the 8 p.m. concert; however, there may be unexpected delays on the night of the show.