Baltimore to host Justin Timberlake for first world tour in 5 years

Justin Timberlake in a black jacket.
(Courtesy Live Nation/Christina Rutherford)

For the first time in five years, Grammy Award-winning singer Justin Timberlake is heading on tour, with tickets to his summer show in Baltimore, Maryland, already being sold in a number of pre-sales.

After a stunning return to New York’s Saturday Night Live stage as a musical guest, Timberlake is taking his music to CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore on July 3. The east coast appearance is part of Timberlake’s “Forget Tomorrow World Tour” — the first show will be April 29 in Vancouver.

Timberlake is also using the tour to promote his upcoming album, “Everything I Thought It Was,” which drops March 15.

VIP Package presales began on Monday, Jan. 29, with other presales continuing throughout the week. General public tickets will go on sale on Friday, Feb. 2.

You can see more information and snag tickets before they sell out by visiting Ticketmaster’s website.

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