Justin Timberlake Sets ‘Forget Tomorrow’ Tour Dates For U.K., Europe

Justin Timberlake’s Forget Tomorrow World Tour will cruise through the U.K. and Europe this summer for a run of arena shows.

Just hours after dropping “Drown,” the second single from his forthcoming LP, Timberlake unveiled a 13-date pan-European itinerary kicking off July 26 at Tauron Arena Krakow, Poland, and wrapping Sept. 8 at LDLC Arena in Lyon, France.

“When I said WORLD tour, I meant it,” reads JT’s social post announcing the run, acknowledgment that the first waves of his “world tour” announcement covered only cities in the United States and Canada.



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Earlier this month, the “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” singer added 15 more concerts to his growing trek. The tour will launch April 29 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, B.C., and visit major cities such as Las Vegas (May 10-11), New York (Jun. 25-26) and Atlanta (Nov. 16), before concluding Nov. 20 at KFC Yum Center in Louisville, Ky.

With the announcement of his European jaunt, eight more countries are added to his plans.

“Selfish” and “Drown” are the first cuts from Everything I Thought It Was, JT’s first solo album release in more than six years.

Due out March 15, EITIW is Timberlake’s sixth studio LP, and the followup to Man of the Woods which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 following its release in February 2018, for his fourth consecutive solo leader.

“I worked for a long time on this album and I ended up with 100 songs,” he told Zane Lowe in a recent interview for Apple Music 1. “So narrowing them down to 18 was a thing, and then, yeah, I’m really excited about this album. I think every artist probably says this, but it is my best work.”

The 10-time Grammy Award winner warmed-up for his live return with a performance last month in New York at the 1,100-capacity Irving Plaza.

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