Justin Timberlake’s ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour: What to Expect

In late October, Justin Timberlake had to delay his monumental “Man of the Woods” Tour by cancelling a show at NYC’s Madison Square Garden. Timberlake explained, “my vocal cords are severely bruised… I’m gonna make this up to you.” Unfortunately, the postponement was followed by more cancellations, prompting Timberlake to share an update in early December. He was on the mend, but that doctors had recommended he hold off on singing until January.

Now, JT is back on stage. From the expansive, self-sprouting catwalk, to the intimate moments between JT and his acoustic guitar, the “Man of the Woods” Tour has recovered its star power to be one of the best concerts in 2019.

Man of the Woods, Justin Timberlake’s fifth solo LP and first since 2013’s 20/20 Experience, is a slight departure from his soul-pop fueled bangers. But by incorporating acoustic, Americana influences, JT also broadened the range of what could occur on stage. Now, in addition to JT’s impeccable choreography and steadfast rhythm and blues section, his live shows incorporate a heartfelt exploration through his Nashville roots.

The Stage

When announcing the ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour, JT said that it was really the outdoors which inspired the content of his fifth LP, and that their main goal for the album’s promotional tour would be to bring the outside, in.

For the ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour, JT’s production team has created an extensive, ‘S’ shaped catwalk that is flanked by two fake clusters of trees. Not to mention the the last section of catwalk, fortified by a high-tech feature that allows it to light up and sprout 18-inches of grass on command—keep your eyes peeled during “Man of the Woods” and 2007’s “Until the End of Time”.

JT, his back up dancers, and his incredible, longtime band The Tennessee Kids have no issue filling up the assembled spaces. And by spreading the stage into the crowd, more audience members get the chance to be close to the action. You can check out his affectionate, ‘Man of the Woods’ selfies below to see just how close JT is willing to get with his fans.



The Set List

The ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour has each show clocking in at around 2 hours of songs, ranging from Justified to JT’s latest release. The concerts kick off with “Filthy“, one of two Man of the Woods singles which reached Billboard 100‘s Top 10, and conclude with the feel-good Trolls single “Can’t Stop the Feeling“.

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Before Timberlake’s brief ‘Man of the Woods’ postponement, the set included a brief interlude of campfire covers. Now, JT is showing off his musical agility by performing stripped-down, acoustic versions of his own material, such as “Drink You Away” and “What Goes Around…Comes Around”. During this quieter interlude JT takes a second to remind audiences of where he came from, and the nights of his past which led to the making of some of his best music.

For those of you who came to hear JT’s more soul-pop driven singles of the past, don’t worry. JT’s ‘Man of the Woods’ Setlist includes timeless hits such as “Senorita”, “Mirrors”, and “Cry Me a River”. You can check out the set list from the return of JT’s ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour below.

‘Man of the Woods’ Set List (Charlotte 1/8):

1. “Filthy”

2. “Midnight Summer Jam”

3. “LoveStoned”

4. “SexyBack”

5. “Man of the Woods”

6. “Higher Higher”

7. “Señorita”

8. “Suit & Tie”

9. “My Love”

10. “Cry Me a River”

11. “Mirrors”

12. “Drink You Away”

13. “Until the End of Time” (acoustic)

14. “What Goes Around… Comes Around”

15. “Say Something”

16. “Montana”

17. “Summer Love”

18. “Rock Your Body”

19. “Supplies”

20. “Like I Love You”

21. “Can’t Stop the Feeling!”


Tickets and Tour Dates

Last year, the box office showed that Justin Timberlake’s ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour had sold over 37 million in ticket sales, earning him the No. 1 spot on Billboard‘s Hottest Tours. The Live Nation-produced ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour is booked through the end of next January, with treks through both North America and Europe.

The ‘Man of the Woods’ trek is Timberlake’s first major touring effort since his ’20/20 Experience’ World Tour, which began November 2013. That tour reached five continents and racked up 232 million in revenue, from 1.9 million tickets sold for 128 concerts. At the rate JT is selling tickets for his ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour, he could be looking at an aggregate 275 million in revenue by the time of its conclusion.

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Justin Timberlake tickets are, by all appearances, the hottest concert ticket you can buy this season. Scroll down for the full list of ‘Man of the Woods’ Tour dates!

Jan 107:30 PMState Farm Arena – Atlanta, GAFrom $150
Jan 127:30 PMFedExForum – Memphis, TNFrom $72
Jan 157:30 PMSmoothie King Center – New Orleans, LAFrom $65
Jan 177:30 PMVerizon Arena – North Little Rock, ARFrom $146
Jan 197:30 PMAT&T Center – San Antonio, TXFrom $91
Jan 227:30 PMToyota Center – Houston, TXFrom $63
Jan 247:30 PMAmerican Airlines Center – Dallas, TXFrom $83
Jan 267:30 PMChesapeake Energy Arena – Oklahoma City, OKFrom $97
Jan 287:30 PMPepsi Center – Denver, COFrom $171
Jan 318:00 PMMadison Square Garden – New York, NYFrom $155
Feb 47:30 PMBell MTS Place – Winnipeg, MBFrom $67
Feb 67:30 PMRogers Place – Edmonton, ABFrom $66
Feb 77:30 PMRogers Place – Edmonton, ABFrom $61
Feb 107:30 PMTacoma Dome – Tacoma, WAFrom $145
Feb 117:30 PMTacoma Dome – Tacoma, WAFrom $82
Feb 147:30 PMRogers Arena – Vancouver, BCFrom $59
Feb 157:30 PMRogers Arena – Vancouver, BCFrom $97
Feb 187:30 PMModa Center at the Rose Quarter (formerly Rose Garden) – Portland, ORFrom $107
Feb 217:30 PMValley View Casino Center – San Diego, CAFrom $186
Feb 228:00 PMHonda Center – Anaheim, CAFrom $126
Feb 247:30 PMGolden 1 Center – Sacramento, CAFrom $157
Mar 57:30 PMTalking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZFrom $71
Mar 87:30 PMT-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas, NVFrom $93
Mar 108:00 PMStaples Center – Los Angeles, CAFrom $92
Mar 137:30 PMSave Mart Center – Fresno, CAFrom $91
Mar 157:30 PMOracle Arena – Oakland, CAFrom $78
Mar 217:30 PMSprint Center – Kansas City, MOFrom $106
Mar 237:30 PMCenturyLink Center Omaha – Omaha, NEFrom $221
Mar 257:30 PMLittle Caesars Arena – Detroit, MIFrom $82
Mar 287:30 PMEnterprise Center – Saint Louis, MOFrom $138
Mar 317:30 PMNationwide Arena – Columbus, OHFrom $60
Apr 27:30 PMBankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, INFrom $112
Apr 47:30 PMVan Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MIFrom $174
Apr 67:30 PMKeyBank Center – Buffalo, NYFrom $81
Apr 97:30 PMWells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PAFrom $97
Apr 127:30 PMMohegan Sun Arena – CT – Uncasville, CTFrom $227
Apr 137:30 PMMohegan Sun Arena – CT – Uncasville, CTFrom $224


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