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Justin Timberlake at Kia Forum

Why see Justin Timberlake?

Justin Timberlake Is Bringing Sexy Back!

Admit it; you loved Justin Timberlake as a member of pop-powerhouse NSYNC. Now, as a solo performer, Justin Timberlake has hit it big with songs like Cry Me a River, Like I Love You, Mirrors and many more! The prince of pop has announced his first tour since 2019's The Man of The Woods tour! Following the launch of his upcoming album, 'Everything I Thought It Was,' on March 15, the vocal sensation will embark on the Forget Tomorrow world tour.

Dropping a Filthy tour

Rock your body to all of the hits you know and love! The epic celebration of one of the most celebrated voices in pop will include tracks from his highly-anticipated new album, including the lead single 'Selfish'. With a never-ending range of talent, a Timberlake tour is the ultimate experience - and we're not about the 20/20 Experience!

The North American leg of his Forget Tomorrow world tour will open April 29 in Canada at Vancouver's Rogers Arena and conclude July 9 at in Kentucky at Lexington's Rupp Arena.

Key Information

Covid 19 secure

You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.


May 17 - 18


Customer reviews

34 reviews, average rating: (2.9 Stars)

Laura Hawkins

Awesome concert

Oakland concert was just awesome. He sang all his great songs. Great choreography. As it was ostponed he didn’t have as much stage decor and back up dancers so focus was on singing. He gave 100 percent engaging with audience and dancing and singing recommended for everyone ... Read more

Laura Hawkins

Awesome performance

I’ve been to many JT CONCERTS and March 15 was third Man of Woods concert. It was best as he made it more intimate when engaging with audience. The song choices and dancing were perfect. He is very sincere and always gives 100 percent. He has so many hit songs there is never a slow moment. I consider him second to Mick Jagger as performer. Loved concert ... Read more


Good show - bad sound

JT put on a great show and you could tell he put a lot of thought into the performance and making sure he worked the whole crowd - from one end to the other. However the sound system was bad and ruined a lot of his best music. ... Read more

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