Still reeling from the success of his 2013 dual album, "The 20/20 Experience," Justin Timberlake will return to Georgia for a concert at Duluth's Arena at Gwinnett Center on Dec. 20. This GRAMMY Award-winning pop vocalist has made a huge return to the music industry with new hits like "Mirrors" and "Not a Bad Thing," and his ongoing 20/20 Experience World Tour lets Timberlake perform songs new and old with his characteristic sense of style. Make sure you're on hand for this Saturday night arena show to indulge in the soulful sounds of this timeless singer-songwriter in person.
Arena at Gwinnett Center Seating Information
For his Duluth concert, Justin Timberlake will perform from a stage that lies directly in front of Sections 111-112. Reserved Floor Level seating is available in four sections immediately in front of the stage, and there are also two VIP standing-room-only areas at the rear of the Arena at Gwinnett Center floor. More seating is available farther from the stage in the arena's Lower (Sections 100-122) and Upper (Sections 200-223) Levels, which surround the floor. Some sections are situated to the rear and side of the stage and will offer a limited view of Timberlake's show.
Arena at Gwinnett Center General Information
All bags are subject to search, and you will not be able to bring any video recorders or professional cameras to the Justin Timberlake Duluth performance. Electronic devices larger than a cell phone are prohibited at the Arena at Gwinnett Center, as are outside food and beverages, coolers, backpacks, and pets.
Arena at Gwinnett Center Parking Information
Gwinnett Center will offer numerous on-site parking spaces for Justin Timberlake fans attending this Saturday night show. Most available lots accept both cash and credit cards. Overnight parking is not permitted in any on-site lots.
Arena at Gwinnett Center Gate Times
The doors of the Arena at Gwinnett Center should open at about 7 p.m. local time, or an hour before Timberlake is set to begin his show.