Justin Timberlake Expands Forget Tomorrow World Tour with Additional North American Dates

Justin Timberlake has added more dates to his highly anticipated 2024 world tour, ‘Forget Tomorrow.’

The announcement follows Timberlake‘s recent revelation of his first tour in five years, set to support his upcoming album Everything I Thought It Was, slated for release on March 15 via RCA.

The extended North American leg of the tour now includes three extra shows in Brooklyn, as well as additional performances in Seattle, Las Vegas, Boston, and more.

The Forget Tomorrow world tour dates are as follows:

APRIL

  • 29: Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena

MAY

  • 2: Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 3: Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena
  • 6: San Jose, CA @ SAP Center at San Jose — SOLD OUT
  • 7: San Jose, CA @ SAP Center at San Jose – JUST ADDED
  • 10: Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 11: Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena* – JUST ADDED
  • 14: San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena San Diego — SOLD OUT
  • 17: Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum — SOLD OUT
  • 18: Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum — SOLD OUT
  • 21: Phoenix, AZ @ Footprint Center — SOLD OUT
  • 29: San Antonio, TX @ Frost Bank Center
  • 31: Austin, TX @ Moody Center

JUNE

  • 1: Austin, TX @ Moody Center
  • 4: Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 6: Tulsa, OK – BOK Center — SOLD OUT
  • 10: Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 12: Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 14: Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 15: Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center
  • 21: Chicago, IL @ United Center — SOLD OUT
  • 22: Chicago, IL @ United Center — SOLD OUT
  • 25: New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden — SOLD OUT
  • 26: New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden — SOLD OUT
  • 29: Boston, MA @ TD Garden — SOLD OUT
  • 30: Boston, MA @ TD Garden — SOLD OUT

JULY

  • 3: Baltimore, MD @ CFG Bank Arena — SOLD OUT
  • 4: Hershey, PA @ Hersheypark Stadium
  • 7: Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse — SOLD OUT
  • 9: Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena — SOLD OUT

OCTOBER

  • 7: Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center – JUST ADDED
  • 8: Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center – JUST ADDED
  • 13: Washington, D.C. @ Capital One Arena – JUST ADDED
  • 17: Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena – JUST ADDED
  • 21: Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center – JUST ADDED
  • 23: Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena – JUST ADDED
  • 27: Chicago, IL @ United Center – JUST ADDED

NOVEMBER

  • 16: Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena – JUST ADDED

Everything I Thought It Was marks Timberlake’s first album since 2018’s Man Of The Woods, which NME hailed as “ace.” Preceding the album release, Timberlake has teased fans with singles like Selfish and Sanctified, the latter premiered during his musical guest appearance on SNL.

In addition to his solo endeavors, Timberlake recently reunited with *NSYNC for their comeback single Better Place, marking their first release in over 20 years. Described by Timberlake as a “love letter to our fans,” the track signifies a momentous return for the iconic boy band.