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Justin Timberlake Is Headed on His Forget Tomorrow World Tour 2024: How to Get Tickets

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The “Man of the Woods” has finally emerged from the forest with a brand new album, which means Justin Timberlake is going back on tour. The singer’s 2024 Forget Tomorrow world tour is set to open in Vancouver, Canada, on April 29 and will continue across North America in major cities including Seattle, Las Vegas, Austin, Chicago, New York, Boston and more. Cheap tickets are still obtainable for those looking to see the “SexyBack” singer live in concert.

Future tour dates for the U.K. and Europe are set to be announced at a later date, but for now you can get tickets to performances in the U.S.

Timberlake took to Instagram to officially announce the official dates for the first leg of his tour. “THE FORGET TOMORROW WORLD TOUR. Tickets on sale Friday 2/2. LEG 1… MORE TO COME,” the caption says.

Get your “Suit & Tie” ready as the presale for the 2024 tour began on Monday (Jan. 29) — but if you missed out on signing up, there are still plenty of chances to get tickets to the tour through general sale, which will take place Friday (Feb. 2) at 10 a.m. local time through Ticketmaster.

Ticket prices through the verified Ticketmaster sale will range from $124 to $355.

In case tickets sell out on Ticketmaster or you can’t find your desired section, you may still be able to purchase tickets through resale sites like StubHub, Vivid Seats and Seat Geek (get $10 off your first purchase of $250+ when you use the code BILLBOARD10 at checkout).

How to Get Justin Timberlake Tickets

Ticketmaster is the official seller of the Forget Tomorrow tour, but you may be able to find better or cheaper tickets through resale ticket sites.

StubHub is offering tickets for $84+ and this will also include VIP packages. Prices will most likely fluctuate and change based on demand, which means you won’t want to wait too long just in case ticket prices increase dramaticly.

Vivid Seats has a mix of tickets starting at $73+ and as a bonus, the website uses an interactive map to personalize your seats to a particular section, price range and more.

Seat Geek is offering tickets for prices starting at $106+, which are then rated on a scale of one to 10 based on how good of a deal the ticket is. 10 represents the best bang for your buck while a ticket ranked at a one is considered not the best deal.

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