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Justin Timberlake announces another 20/20 tour

Two albums = two tours? Such is the case for Justin Timberlake.

Justin Timberlake announces another 20/20 tour

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                        Justin Timberlake To Kick Off The 20/20 Experience World Tour Starting October 31.  (PRNewsFoto/Live Nation)
Justin Timberlake To Kick Off The 20/20 Experience World Tour Starting October 31. (PRNewsFoto/Live Nation) PR NEWSWIRE

Two albums = two tours?

Such is the case for Justin Timberlake. He’s already scheduled a summer tour alongside Jay-Z in support of The 20/20 Experience. Now, with news of his second album on the way for September, Timberlake has announced a more extensive North American leg as part of “The 20/20 Experience World Tour." The jaunt begins in Montreal on Halloween and stretches through mid February.

Jay-Z won’t be joining Timberlake for the additional tour leg, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a surprise or two. The tour will make a close stop in Pittsburg, PA at the Consol Energy Center on December 14. A date for ticket release has yet to be announced.

[Consequence of Sound]

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