The 20/20 Experience World Tour

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The 20/20 Experience World Tour
Tour by Justin Timberlake
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Associated album
Start date November 6, 2013 (2013-11-06)
End date January 2, 2015 (2015-01-02)
Legs 6
No. of shows
  • 1 in Africa
  • 2 in Asia
  • 38 in Europe
  • 80 in North America
  • 13 in Oceania
  • 134 total
Box office $231.6 million
Justin Timberlake concert chronology

The 20/20 Experience World Tour was the fifth concert tour by American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake. It was launched in support of his third and fourth studio albums, The 20/20 Experience (2013) and The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 (2013).[1] The tour began on November 6, 2013 in New York City, and concluded on January 2, 2015 in Las Vegas. The 20/20 Experience World Tour grossed $231.6 million from 134 shows becoming the second highest-grossing tour of 2014[2] and one of the highest-grossing tours of the decade. This made Timberlake the highest-grossing solo touring artist of the year.[3] It is also Timberlake's most successful tour to date.

Directed by Jonathan Demme, the concert film—titled Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids—premiered on September 13 at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It showcases the final date of the 20/20 tour at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena.[4][5] The streaming service Netflix announced its acquisition ahead of the film's debut at film festival and released it on October 12, 2016.[6] It was the final film to be directed by Demme before his death in April 2017.

Critical response[edit]

Timberlake performing in February 2014.

Since its debut, The 20/20 Experience World Tour has received acclaim from critics.[7] Writing for the New York Daily News, Jim Farber reviewed the opening show at Barclays Center. Farber described the concert as a "study in suave ease. Starting with 'Pusher Love Girl,' Timberlake exuded a sweatless charm."[8] Hillary Rea for The Philadelphia Inquirer, who attended the tour at the Wells Fargo Center, noted that Timberlake's performance "kept the audience not just alert, but hypnotized and hooked throughout a 30-song spectacle that ended just before midnight."[9] Fionnuala Bourke in a review for Birmingham Mail opined that Justin "managed to completely keep his cool amid all the screams" and he "proved his position as the President of Pop."[10] The Hollywood Reporter's Emily Zemler, described him as a performer who is "genuinely having fun", adding he "knows he's got the looks, but he is also skilled at delivering something that isn't all surface", about the concert at The Forum, Los Angeles. She added: "Onstage, the pop star and actor moves with the sort of confidence that comes only from this knowledge, where it manifests not as ego but as absolute self-assurance.[11]

Jon Pareles of The New York Times also gave a positive review noting that he "reveals something darker" and "something more fiery and intense" while performing post-breakup revenge songs such as "Cry Me a River" and "What Goes Around... Comes Around."[12]

Costumes[edit]

"Justin has great personal style and knows what he wants which makes designing for him an absolute pleasure..."

—Tom Ford

Timberlake worked with Tom Ford for the tour's costumes.[13] During their collaboration they have created more than 600 costumes for Timberlake and his team.[14] Most of Timberlake's costumes are black and white colored suits.

Broadcast & recordings[edit]

Netflix promotional poster for Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

The concert film Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids premiered on Netflix on October 12, 2016. Prior to premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, Timberlake dedicated the film to Prince. "His influence is all over everyone's music and there's so much that I feel like I've maybe consciously and unconsciously borrowed from him that it felt right", he told E! "It just feels right to dedicate the film to him."[15] The concert film showcases the final date of the 20/20 tour at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Demme and Timberlake first met when the director wanted to work with him after watching his work in The Social Network (2010); in the meeting they discussed Talking Heads' concert film Stop Making Sense, directed by Demme and an influence for the singer in his live performances.[16] For Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids, Demme used 14 operated cameras that Declan Quinn, the director of photography, and he deployed over many pre-filming engagements, two other free-floating cameras in the audience and one cameraman onstage with Timberlake.[17] Reviewing the concert film, critic David Rooney from Billboard wrote:

It's noteworthy that after two years and 134 dates on the 20/20 Experience World Tour, the act is drilled to perfection but never robotic. All six dancers combine precision with a personal signature, as do the musicians and singers who frequently step out from behind their 1940s big band-style JT music stands to cut loose. Timberlake is a magnetic performer who moves with twitchy sensuality in his Tom Ford tux. But I could just as easily have watched bespectacled vocalist Jack E. King III get his groove on all night, since there's nothing quite so ecstatically graceful as a heavy-set dude with funk in his bones.[18]

The concert film was the final project directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jonathan Demme (pictured).

Nigel M. Smith from The Guardian noted "his falsetto is on-point throughout, as are his smooth moves – like a blend of Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and Prince, to whom the film is dedicated. There's a sexy swagger to Timberlake's onstage personae that never reads as cocksure, largely because of the lavish attention he pays to his band and dancers... They all look like there's no place they’d rather be, despite it being the end of a grueling two year tour. In an era when machines are largely responsible for the beats that drive pop music, the reverence Timberlake shows for actual instruments is worth endearing. Still, there's no mistaking Timberlake as ring leader."[19] Brian Tallerico of the Roger Ebert website gave the film three-and-a-half out of four stars, and wrote "Demme opens his fantastically entertaining [concert film] by introducing us to the backup players and musicians who have supported the pop star on this two-year tour, but make no mistake, this movie is about the entertainer at its center. While Demme's camera never forgets to allow the other partners in pop to share time, he always comes back to Timberlake, one of the most purely enjoyable musicians around which one could center a concert film. His energy is infectious and his joy about what he's been blessed to do for a living is contagious".[20] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 100%, based on 13 reviews, with an average rating of 8.1/10.[21] On Metacritic, the film has a score 81 out of 100, based on 6 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[22]

Set list[edit]

The following set list is representative of the show on November 6, 2013. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[8]

Notes

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
North America[25]
November 6, 2013 Brooklyn United States Barclays Center The Weeknd 14,513 / 14,513 $1,970,335
November 7, 2013 Hartford XL Center 11,967 / 11,967 $1,106,260
November 9, 2013 East Rutherford Izod Center 16,110 / 16,110 $1,986,193
November 10, 2013 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 15,027 / 15,027 $1,676,011
November 13, 2013 Raleigh PNC Arena 14,027 / 14,027 $1,567,060
November 15, 2013 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,415 / 14,415 $1,532,945
November 16, 2013 Columbus Nationwide Arena DJ Freestyle Steve 14,764 / 14,764 $1,555,185
November 18, 2013 Memphis FedExForum 14,005 / 14,005 $1,399,215
November 19, 2013 St. Louis Scottrade Center 15,519 / 15,519 $1,540,510
November 21, 2013 Tulsa BOK Center 13,341 / 13,341 $1,519,185
November 26, 2013 Los Angeles Staples Center 14,414 / 14,414 $1,613,042
November 27, 2013 Anaheim Honda Center 12,183 / 12,183 $1,411,295
November 29, 2013 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 25,718 / 25,718 $3,683,089
November 30, 2013
December 2, 2013 Phoenix US Airways Center 13,782 / 13,782 $1,578,563
December 4, 2013 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,820 / 14,820 $1,671,448
December 5, 2013 Houston Toyota Center 12,892 / 12,892 $1,567,629
December 11, 2013 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 13,797 / 13,797 $1,372,447
December 12, 2013 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 15,452 / 15,452 $1,476,065
December 14, 2013 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center 14,371 / 14,371 $1,490,160
December 15, 2013 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 16,414 / 16,414 $1,692,785
December 17, 2013 Atlanta Philips Arena N/A 13,287 / 13,287 $1,687,436
December 19, 2013 Orlando Amway Center 13,434 / 13,434 $1,521,365
January 13, 2014 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place DJ Freestyle Steve 26,873 / 26,873 $2,896,577
January 14, 2014
January 16, 2014 Vancouver Rogers Arena 13,481 / 13,481 $1,481,451
January 17, 2014 Seattle United States KeyArena 12,357 / 12,357 $1,413,755
January 19, 2014 San Jose SAP Center 13,204 / 13,204 $1,549,737
January 20, 2014 Inglewood The Forum 13,432 / 13,432 $1,542,566
January 22, 2014 Denver Pepsi Center 13,839 / 13,839 $1,617,980
February 7, 2014 Fargo Fargodome 15,639 / 15,639 $1,329,810
February 9, 2014 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 15,102 / 15,102 $1,676,525
February 10, 2014 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha 14,572 / 14,572 $1,620,130
February 13, 2014 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 30,059 / 30,059 $3,324,289
February 14, 2014
February 16, 2014 Chicago United States United Center 29,293 / 29,293 $3,702,833
February 17, 2014
February 20, 2014 New York City Madison Square Garden 27,763 / 27,763 $3,663,790
February 21, 2014[a]
February 24, 2014 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center N/A 14,816 / 14,816 $1,759,759
February 25, 2014 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center DJ Freestyle Steve 15,648 / 15,648 $1,787,142
February 27, 2014 Boston TD Garden 13,815 / 13,815 $1,622,639
March 4, 2014 Sunrise BB&T Center 12,629 / 12,629 $1,517,577
March 5, 2014 Miami American Airlines Arena 13,008 / 13,008 $1,609,449
Europe, Asia & Africa[27]
March 30, 2014 Sheffield England Motorpoint Arena Sheffield DJ Freestyle Steve 10,009 / 10,009 $1,305,817
April 1, 2014 London The O2 Arena 44,795 / 44,795[b] $6,520,355[b]
April 2, 2014
April 4, 2014 Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro 20,863 / 20,863 $2,360,195
April 5, 2014
April 7, 2014 Manchester England Phones 4u Arena 25,107 / 25,107 $3,300,208
April 8, 2014
April 11, 2014 Birmingham LG Arena 24,542 / 24,542 $3,449,688
April 12, 2014
April 14, 2014 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 27,140 / 27,140 $3,220,932
April 16, 2014
April 18, 2014 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome 36,644 / 36,644 $3,322,812
April 20, 2014 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena 30,047 / 30,047 $3,115,442
April 22, 2014
April 24, 2014 Berlin O2 World 27,447 / 27,447[c] $2,794,830[c]
April 26, 2014 Paris France Stade de France 57,286 / 57,286 $5,241,720
April 28, 2014 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 15,383 / 15,383 $1,624,794
May 1, 2014 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 36,141 / 36,141 $4,047,099
May 2, 2014
May 4, 2014 Hamburg Germany O2 World 12,312 / 12,312 $1,283,422
May 6, 2014 Copenhagen Denmark Telia Parken 49,398 / 49,398 $5,147,387
May 8, 2014 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena 19,050 / 19,050 $2,087,482
May 10, 2014 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena 26,602 / 26,602 $2,648,177
May 12, 2014 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena 12,216 / 12,216 $1,367,648
May 15, 2014 Saint Petersburg Russia SKK Peterburgsky 17,334 / 22,000 $1,953,844
May 17, 2014 Moscow Olimpiyskiy 22,705 / 23,000 $3,845,775
May 23, 2014 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates du Arena 24,873 / 24,873 $3,622,820
May 26, 2014 Istanbul Turkey İTÜ Stadyumu 32,459 / 35,656 $3,154,353
May 28, 2014 Tel Aviv Israel HaYarkon Park 44,634 / 49,924 $5,169,975
May 30, 2014[d] Rabat Morocco OLM Souissi N/A N/A N/A
June 1, 2014[e] Lisbon Portugal Bela Vista Park N/A N/A N/A
June 3, 2014 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena DJ Freestyle Steve 15,727 / 15,727 $1,332,516
June 4, 2014 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle 13,748 / 13,748 $1,598,539
June 6, 2014 Berlin Germany O2 World [c] [c]
June 8, 2014 Frankfurt Commerzbank-Arena 38,646 / 38,646 $3,841,803
June 10, 2014 London England The O2 Arena [b] [b]
North America[29][30]
July 9, 2014[f] Buffalo United States First Niagara Center DJ Freestyle Steve 15,152 / 15,152 $1,412,080
July 10, 2014 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom 2,500 / 2,500 N/A
July 12, 2014 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena 15,029 / 15,029 $1,836,091
July 14, 2014 Baltimore Baltimore Arena 12,051 / 12,051 $1,288,155
July 16, 2014 Albany Times Union Center 11,730 / 11,730 $1,127,495
July 18, 2014 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 7,090 / 7,090 $785,270
July 19, 2014[g] Boston TD Garden 14,119 / 14,119 $1,610,576
July 22, 2014 Ottawa Canada Canadian Tire Centre 13,032 / 13,032 $1,293,992
July 25, 2014[h] Montreal Bell Centre 30,698 / 30,698 $3,357,926
July 26, 2014[i]
July 28, 2014 Auburn Hills United States The Palace of Auburn Hills 13,527 / 13,527 $1,401,004
July 30, 2014 Kansas City Sprint Center 27,458 / 27,458 $2,955,180
July 31, 2014
August 3, 2014 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 13,743 / 13,743 $1,494,735
August 5, 2014 San Antonio AT&T Center 14,588 / 14,588 $1,603,585
August 8, 2014 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 13,168 / 13,168 $1,908,499
August 9, 2014 Glendale Jobing.com Arena 12,573 / 12,573 $1,526,769
August 11, 2014 San Jose SAP Center 13,447 / 13,447 $1,595,496
August 12, 2014 Los Angeles Staples Center 14,520 / 14,520 $1,801,834
Europe[30][33]
August 16, 2014[j] Chelmsford England Hylands Park N/A N/A N/A
August 17, 2014[k] Weston-under-Lizard Weston Park
August 19, 2014 Gdańsk Poland PGE Arena Gdańsk 40,794 / 40,794 $3,878,582
August 21, 2014 Paris France L'olympia 2,000 / 2,000 N/A
August 24, 2014 Kópavogur Iceland Kórinn 17,442 / 17,442 $2,195,447
Oceania[30][35]
September 18, 2014 Melbourne Australia Etihad Stadium DJ Freestyle Steve 41,777 / 41,777 $5,765,602
September 19, 2014
September 22, 2014 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre 12,658 / 12,658 $1,799,621
September 23, 2014
September 26, 2014 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 19,757 / 19,757 $2,735,476
September 27, 2014
October 1, 2014 Sydney Allphones Arena 28,500 / 28,500 $5,070,062
October 2, 2014
October 8, 2014 Perth Perth Arena 22,519 / 22,519 $3,011,452
October 9, 2014
October 12, 2014 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena 34,587 / 34,587 $4,129,997
October 13, 2014
October 15, 2014
North America[36]
November 20, 2014 Portland United States Moda Center DJ Freestyle Steve 13,929 / 13,929 $1,499,534
November 22, 2014 Oakland Oracle Arena 13,085 / 13,085 $1,475,559
November 24, 2014 Inglewood The Forum 12,593 / 12,593 $1,450,586
November 26, 2014 Anaheim Honda Center 11,704 / 11,704 $1,386,091
November 28, 2014 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 12,949 / 12,949 $1,866,329
December 1, 2014 Houston Toyota Center 12,654 / 12,654 $1,712,300
December 3, 2014 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,855 / 14,855 $1,668,554
December 5, 2014 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 12,662 / 12,662 $1,388,971
December 8, 2014 Chicago United Center 14,951 / 14,951 $1,905,303
December 10, 2014 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 15,648 / 15,648 $1,675,965
December 13, 2014 Uncasville United States Mohegan Sun Arena 7,068 / 7,068 $780,915
December 14, 2014 Brooklyn Barclays Center 14,461 / 14,461 $1,960,366
December 17, 2014 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 15,510 / 15,510 $1,791,973
December 19, 2014 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,334 / 14,334 $1,597,540
December 20, 2014 Duluth The Arena at Gwinnett Center 10,335 / 10,335 $1,343,945
January 1, 2015 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 24,799 / 24,799 $4,436,453
January 2, 2015
Total 1,986,386 / 1,999,834 (99.32%) $231,617,175

Personnel[edit]

Credits and personnel are taken from the Justin Timberlake's official website.[37]

Dancers

  • Dana Wilson
  • Ivan Koumaev
  • Lyle Beniga
  • Lindsay Richardson
  • Natalie Gilmore
  • Matt Aylward
  • Nick Bass

Singers

  • Zenya Bashford
  • Aaron Camper
  • Erin Stevenson
  • Jack E. King
  • Nicole Hurst

Band

  • Adam Blackstone (Music Director, Bass)
  • Elliott Ives (Guitar)
  • Mike Scott (Guitar)
  • Eric Smith (Bass)
  • Dontae Winslow (Trumpet)
  • Sean Erick (Trumpet, The Regiment Horns)[38]
  • Justin Gilbert (Keyboard Player)
  • Brian Frasier-Moore (Drums)
  • Daniel Jones (Keyboard)
  • Kevin Williams (Trombone, flute, tuba, The Regiment Horns)
  • Terry Santiel (Percussionist)
  • Leon Silva (Saxophonist, The Regiment Horns)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The February 21, 2014 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City was originally scheduled to take place on February 19, but was rescheduled for health reasons.[26]
  2. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the O2 Arena on 1 April, 2 April and 10 June, respectively.
  3. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the O2 World on 24 May and 6 June, respectively.
  4. ^ The May 30, 2014 concert was part of the Mawazine festival.[28]
  5. ^ The June 1, 2014 concert at Bela Vista Park in Lisbon, Portugal was part of Rock in Rio.[citation needed]
  6. ^ The July 9, 2014 concert at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo was originally scheduled to take place on February 22, 2014, but was postponed as a consequence of the postponement of the Manhattan concert.[31]
  7. ^ The July 19, 2014 concert at the TD Garden in Boston was originally scheduled to take place on November 4, 2013, but was rescheduled to allow more time for rehearsals.[32]
  8. ^ The July 25, 2014 concert at the Bell Centre in Montreal was originally scheduled to take place on October 31, 2013, but was rescheduled to allow more time for rehearsals.[32]
  9. ^ The July 26, 2014 concert at the Bell Centre in Montreal was originally scheduled to take place on November 1, 2013, but was rescheduled to allow more time for rehearsals.[32]
  10. ^ The August 16, 2014 concert at Hylands Park in Chelmsford was part of the V Festival.[34]
  11. ^ The August 17, 2014 concert at Weston Park in Staffordshire was part of the V Festival.[34]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Waddell, Ray (December 12, 2014). "Live Music's $20 Billion Year: Rolling Stones, One Direction, Live Nation Top Boxscore's Year-End". Billboard. Retrieved December 12, 2014. 
  3. ^ Bob, Allen (October 4, 2013). "Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Tour Earned $232 Million in Ticket Sales". Billboard. Retrieved June 9, 2014. 
  4. ^ "TIFF Lineup: 5 Reasons to Get Excited About the 2016 Program". Indie Wire. July 26, 2016. Retrieved July 27, 2016. 
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  8. ^ a b Farber, Jim (2013-11-07). "Concert review: Justin Timberlake kicks off '20/20 Experience' tour with flirty gig at Barclays Center". New York Daily. Retrieved 2013-11-23. 
  9. ^ Rea, Hillary (2013-11-13). "Timberlake showcases all his moves". The Inquirer. Retrieved 2013-11-23. 
  10. ^ Bourke, Fionnuala (2014-04-11). "Review: Justin Timberlake at LG Arena". Birmingham Mail. Retrieved 2014-12-15. 
  11. ^ Zemler, Emily (January 21, 2014). "Justin Timberlake Touts Suits, Ties and Tequila at Newly Renovated Forum: Concert Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved March 24, 2015. 
  12. ^ Pareles, Jon (2013-11-07). "Song and Dance, With Groove, Justin Timberlake Begins His Solo Tour in Brooklyn". Birmingham Mail. Retrieved 2014-12-15. 
  13. ^ Franklin, Oliver. "Still on that suit and tie s***: Tom Ford dresses Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Tour". GQ. Retrieved November 7, 2013. 
  14. ^ Mccall, Tyler. "Tom Ford Designed 600 Pieces Exclusively for Justin Timberlake". GQ. Retrieved November 6, 2013. 
  15. ^ Havens, Lyndsey (October 11, 2016). "Justin Timberlake Says 'Tennessee Kids' Concert Film Debut Made Him As Nervous As He's Ever Been". Billboard. Retrieved October 11, 2016. 
  16. ^ Sullivan, Kevin P. (October 11, 2016). "How Justin Timberlake and Jonathan Demme kept the concert film fresh". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved October 12, 2016. 
  17. ^ Bliss, Karen (October 12, 2016). "Jonathan Demme Shares Stories Behind Justin Timberlake, Talking Heads & Neil Young Concert Documentaries". Billboard. Retrieved October 12, 2016. 
  18. ^ Rooney, David (September 14, 2016). "Justin Timberlake Shares the Stage With His Tennessee Kids in Dynamic Tour Documentary: Review". Billboard. Retrieved October 11, 2016. 
  19. ^ Smith, Nigel M. (September 15, 2016). "Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids review – Jonathan Demme's no-frills doc". The Guardian. Retrieved October 11, 2016. 
  20. ^ Tallerico, Brian (October 11, 2016). "Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids". Roger Ebert. Retrieved October 12, 2016. 
  21. ^ "Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids (2016)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved November 12, 2016. 
  22. ^ "Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids". Metacritic. Retrieved October 23, 2016. 
  23. ^ Stecker, Erin (December 15, 2014). "Beyonce & Taylor Swift Dance Together at Justin Timberlake Show". Billboard. Retrieved December 15, 2014. 
  24. ^ Grossman, Samantha (December 22, 2014). "Watch Garth Brooks Crash Justin Timberlake's Concert for a Surprise Duet of 'Friends in Low Places'". Time. Retrieved May 22, 2014. 
  25. ^ First North American leg:
  26. ^ "Justin Timberlake's Wednesday Madison Square Garden Show Rescheduled". Billboard. Associated Press. February 19, 2014. Retrieved December 15, 2014. 
  27. ^ "Billboard Boxscore :: Current Scores". Billboard. June 18, 2014. Archived from the original on June 18, 2014. Retrieved June 18, 2014. 
  28. ^ Vivarelli, Nick (February 19, 2014). "Justin Timberlake To Open Morocco's Mawazine Music Fest". Variety. Retrieved December 23, 2014. 
  29. ^ Lawrence, Jesse (June 30, 2014). "On Fifth Leg of Tour, Justin Timberlake Tickets Still Most Expensive of the Summer". Forbes. Retrieved December 22, 2014. 
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  31. ^ "Buffalo Show Fen 22nd Postponed To July 9th". justintimberlake.com. February 20, 2014. Retrieved December 23, 2014. 
  32. ^ a b c Kelly, Bredan (October 11, 2013). "Justin Timberlake Bell Centre shows have been postponed until late July". Montreal Gazette. Retrieved December 23, 2014. 
  33. ^ Le Gall, Pauline (June 13, 2014). "Surprise! Justin Timberlake s'invite à l'Olympia cet été". lefigaro.fr. Retrieved May 1, 2015. 
  34. ^ a b "JT To Headline V Festival In August". justintimberlake.com. March 3, 2014. Retrieved December 23, 2014. 
  35. ^ "Billboard Boxscore :: Current Scores". Billboard. October 29, 2014. Archived from the original on October 30, 2014. Retrieved October 30, 2014. 
  36. ^ Box score:
  37. ^ "Tennessee Kids". Retrieved 2 March 2016. 
  38. ^ Tamashiro, Tim (April 15, 2013). "The Jazz Evangelist: Justin Timberlake brings back the horn section". CBC music. Retrieved March 2, 2016. 

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