TIMBERLAKE BREAKING RECORDS WITH TOUR TIX

Justin Timberlake hasn't hit the road since 2018, and that pent-up demand is propelling his upcoming Forget Tomorrow World Tour to boffo business. Insiders say the Live Nation-promoted trek has become the fastest-selling of Timberlake's career, with dozens of shows already sold out and more than 1m tickets transacted in North America and Europe.

Forget Tomorrow will wind up being the multihyphenate's highest-grossing tour to date, with expected returns of $140m from more than 70 shows. It comes in support of Timberlake's just-released RCA album Everything I Thought It Was, which is headed for a top 5 debut this week.

The tour begins 4/29 in Vancouver, starts up in Europe 7/26 in Krakow, Poland and opens a second North American leg 10/4 in Montreal. Timberlake gave fans a taste of what's to come at a one-off 3/13 show at the Wiltern in Los Angeles, during which he reunited to perform with his former *NSYNC bandmates for the first time since 2013.

Bodies, including ours, were indeed rocked.

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