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“Due to tremendous interest”: Justin Timberlake will be in Sportpaleis |  For the second time on August 4 music

“Due to tremendous interest”: Justin Timberlake will be in Sportpaleis | For the second time on August 4 music

musicJustin Timberlake (43) will perform an additional concert at Sportpaleis in Antwerp on August 4. Tickets for the premiere on Saturday, August 3 sold out in short order on Friday morning. Timberlake's show is part of “The Forget Tomorrow World Tour,” which was announced a month ago.

Justin Timberlake 'brings the excitement back' to Belgium. This is how the new tour was announced. There is great interest around the world. Ticket sales for Sportpaleis began on Friday morning, but less than two hours later, organizer Live Nation announced there would be an additional concert. “Due to overwhelming interest, Justin Timberlake is adding a second show in Antwerp to the European and UK leg of his The Forget Tomorrow World Tour,” the Live Nation Instagram account said. An additional concert in the Netherlands was also immediately announced, where tickets went on sale yesterday.

Tickets for the second concert go on sale on Friday, March 8 at 10:00 AM. Ticket prices range between €56.71 and €140.70.


The singer will begin his new world tour on April 29 in Vancouver, and then will visit Las Vegas, Miami and New York. The shows will be held in the summer in eight European countries, including Belgium. Timberlake will return to America in October. He concludes his tour in Indianapolis on December 16.

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Timberlake recently released his new single “Selfish,” which serves as a teaser for his “Everything I Thought It Was” album, which will be released on March 15. Timberlake's last album dates back to 2018. This was also the last time he performed at the Antwerp Music Temple.

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