Update: Justin Timberlake Adds a Fall Show at the Q

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JOE KLEON
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Update: In the wake of his performance at last night's Super Bowl, Justin Timberlake has added dates to his upcoming tour.

He's already scheduled to perform at the Q on March 31, and he'll return for a second show at the Q on Oct. 2.



American Express card members can purchase tickets beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 12.

Members of the Tennessee Kids Fan Club are also eligible for pre-sale ticket purchase.



Original Post 1/8/2018: When talented actor and singer Justin Timberlake performed at the Q in 2013, he played for well over two-and-a-half hours in front of an ecstatic, party-ready crowd.

Backed by a band that featured four backup vocalists, a horn section, two drummers, two guitarists, keyboardists and noted bassist Alex Blackstone, he opened the memorable show with the falsetto-heavy gospel-tinged R&B number “Pusher Love Girl” and then unleashed fan-favorites such as “Rock Your Body,” “My Love,” “Like I Love You” and “FutureSex/LoveSound.”

Now, in support of his forthcoming new studio effort, The Man of the Woods, Timberlake, who will headlines the Super Bowl halftime show this year, will return to the Q on March 31.


An American Express presale begins at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 17, and tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, Jan. 29.

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