Justin Timberlake tour tickets went on sale late February 2013 and several dates are now extremely close to being sold out specifically in some of the biggest North American markets.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 07, 2013
Justin Timberlake tour tickets went on sale late February 2013 and several dates are now extremely close to being sold out specifically in some of the biggest North American markets. The “Legends Of The Summer” tour with Jay-Z begins with a two night stop at Yankee Stadium in New York City on Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20.
The announcement of Justin Timberlake tour tickets for “Legends Of The Summer” comes just as Grammy® and Emmy Award®-winning Timberlake’s newest album “The 20/20 Experience,” was released and sold over 968,000 copies solid in its first week.
The 20/20 Experience shattered iTunes records as the fastest-selling album worldwide in their history. In the United States, Justin’s latest effort is the year’s fastest selling album and earns Justin the biggest first week sales for a male artist in five years along with the third biggest digital debut in SoundScan history ranking just behind Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift. The long-awaited album became one of Target’s top three best-selling albums in the past decade, topping first week sales of his last release FutureSex/LoveSounds. It also led Timberlake to become Target’s biggest selling male artist since 2002.
Justin will headline the sold-out Wireless Festival in London on July 12 and will take the festival stage with JAY Z two days later on July 14. He will also headline the Rock In Rio Festival on September 15. Giving fans even more news to get excited about, Justin also revealed in a recent interview in the U.S. that he will release another album later this year.
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