New York, NY (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
Ticket Down announces that Justin Timberlake has added additional North American dates to his 20/20 Experience World tour. This multi-talented performer has added 2014 concerts at the following locations: The Forum in Inglewood/Los Angeles CA, Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Barclays Center in Brooklyn NY, Toyota Center in Houston TX, Oracle Arena in Oakland CA, The United Center in Chicago IL, Moda Center in Portland OR, Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth/Atlanta GA, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville TN, Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City OK, Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia PA and the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas NV.
Justin Timberlake is back and he looks the best ever and his latest tour "The 20/20 Experience World Tour" got underway last October in Montreal. Justin is married to Jessica Biel and he is a very talented pop and R&B singer, actor, and record producer. He will no doubt set North America, Australia, Europe, and South America on fire with the announcement of his highly-anticipated fifth concert tour named "The 20/20 Experience World Tour." After a 6 year hiatus from the concert scene, Justin Timberlake came off his break earlier this year and will be doing the thing he does the best - performing in front of an audience.
After putting his music career on hold to give way to acting, the six-time Grammy awardee heralded his much-awaited return to the music circuit last January 2013 immediately followed by the release of his album's single "Suit and Tie" featuring Jay-Z from his third album The 20/20 Experience.
The 20/20 Experience album was officially released on March 19th and it landed right on the number one spot on the charts. Clearly, the guy has been missed and there is no stopping him as he made an announcement that "The 20/20 Experience Part 2" album will be released on September just in time for the start of the concert tour.
The former lead singer of boy band N'Sync tested the waters and ventured on a solo career in 2002 while their group was on break. He launched his solo single "Like I Love You" at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards. The move to go solo definitely proved to be wise as he went on to become one of the most commercially successful singers following the release of his solo albums "Justified" in 2002 and "FutureSex/LoveSounds" in 2007 which gave us hits such as the controversial, post- Britney Spears hit song "Cry Me a River", "Rock Your Body", "What Goes Around…Comes Around" and "SexyBack."
The infamous "wardrobe malfunction" in the 2004 Super Bowl half time show performance with Janet Jackson that caused him to issue a public apology on the threat of not being able to perform in that year's Grammy Awards was the start of his shift in career focus. The transition to acting came easier as he had already dabbled in a little bit of it in the past with appearances on TV shows like " Star Search " and "The New Mickey Mouse Club." During this period, Justin Timberlake still made his presence felt in the music scene by doing collaborations with other artists and groups such as Snoop Dogg and Black Eyed Peas. Some of the movies he participated in were "Alpha Dog", "Shrek 3" (where he lent his voice to a character named Prince Artie Pendragon), "Snake Moan", "The Social Network", "Friends with Benefits", and "Bad Teacher."
Catch Justin Timberlake as he brings the house down one city at a time with "The 20/20 Experience World Tour".