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The 20/20 Experience
Release : March 19, 2013
Peak Chart Position : #1
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Take back the night
Release : 7/12/2013
Peak Chart Position : #29
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Mirrors
Release : 3/3/2013
Peak Chart Position : #2
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Holy Grail with Jay Z
Release :
Peak Chart Position : #4
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The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
Release : 9/30/2013
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TKO
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Peak Chart Position : #54
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04-07-08 Manchester, England - Phones 4u Arena
04-11-12 Birmingham, England - LG Arena
04-14, 16 Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion
04-18 Arnhem, Netherlands - GelreDome
04-20, 22 Koln, Germany - Lanxess Arena
04-24 Berlin, Germany - O2 World
04-26 Paris, France - Stade de France
05-01-02 Antwerp, Belgium - Sportpaleis
05-04 Hamburg, Germany - O2 World
05-06 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken
05-08 Oslo, Norway - Telenor Arena
05-10 Stockholm, Sweden - Tele2 Arena
05-12 Helsinki, Finland - Hartwall Areena
05-15 St. Petersburg, Russia - SKK
05-17 Moscow, Russia - Olimpiyskiy
05-23 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Du Arena
05-26 Istanbul, Turkey - Itu Stadium
05-28 Tel Aviv, Israel - Hayarkon Park
05-30 Rabat, Morocco - Festival Mawazine
06-01 Lisbon, Portugal - Parque Das Nações
06-03 Prague, Czech Republic - O2 Arena
06-04 Vienna, Austria - Wiener Stadhalle
06-06 Berlin, Germany - O2 World Arena
06-08 Frankfurt, Germany - Commerz-Bank Arena
06-10 London, England - O2 Arena
07-09 Buffalo, NY - First Niagara Center
07-12 Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Arena
07-14 Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Arena
07-16 Albany, NY - Times Union Center
07-18 Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
07-19 Boston, MA - TD Garden
07-22 Ottawa, Ontario - Canadian Tire Centre
07-25-26 Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre
07-28 Detroit, MI - The Palace of Auburn Hills
07-30 Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
08-03 New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Arena
08-05 San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
08-08 Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
08-11 San Jose, CA - SAP Center
11-20 Portland, OR - MODA Center
11-22 Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena
11-24 Los Angeles, CA - The Forum
11-28 Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
12-01 Houston, TX - Toyota Center
12-03 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
12-05 Oklahoma City, OK - Chesapeake Energy Arena
12-08 Chicago, IL - United Center
12-10 Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre
12-13 Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
12-14 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
12-17 Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
12-19 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
12-20 Atlanta, GA - Gwinnett Center


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after a short break, JT and the TN kids are back on stage to kick off the international portion of the 20/20 experience tour.

A band, The Tennessee Kids, rise from underneath the stage.  They are a powerhouse, loaded with soaring backing singers, thunderous drums, euphoric brass and screeching funk guitar, they are as pristine as JT’s primed and perfected dance moves and they frequently play at floor-shaking volume.

The surging gusto that erupts from the first set-closer ‘Cry Me a River’ is enthralling.

At 33 JT still looks boyish, with a perfect Disney smile still in tact, but this tour is him smoothing over the teenybopper past and presenting himself as something more fitting for his age: as sleek and stylish, as gentlemanly and venerable.

It is a performance laden with lavishness and sexual teasing (when Timberlake gropes his crotch it sets off a tidal wave of screams). With a steady stream of “f**k’s” throughout the night, he seems to be cultivating an almost ‘loveable rogue’ aura around himself, like a James Bond of pop or a zeitgeist Sinatra.

During the second set the stage rises up and glides across the audience (to much excitement).  There are covers of Elvis, Michael Jackson and even Kool & The Gang. T

The penultimate ‘Sexyback’ is a knockout and the closing ‘Mirrors’ even prompts a successful marriage proposal in the audience before Timberlake disappears into darkness once again, leaving behind a mammoth two hour-plus voyage of pop.

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On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 03/30 MOTORPOINT ARENA SHEFFIELD SHEFFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM

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Pop megastar Justin Timberlake made his eagerly awaited return to Phoenix Monday night and quickly proved why the media has paid obsessive attention to him since his Mickey Mouse Club Days. Over the course of his three-hour performance (including a 10-minute intermission), Justin Timberlake made the 20/20 Experience Tour just that — a memorable concert experience with plenty of bang for its buck.

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Opening with “Pusher Love Girl,” the first track from 20/20 Experience, silhouettes of the brass section appeared on the sides of the stage. The beginning of the song spotlighted Timberlake’s impressive 15-member backing band, The Tennessee Kids. The large band was absolutely necessary to emphasize all the nuances of 20/20 — you know the cool horn part in “Suit & Tie”? It sounds even better live.
Timberlake stood in the shadows for most of “Pusher Love Girl,” making him seem like just another member of his huge soul band. During “Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want),” JT stepped forward and crooned under the spotlight.

Throughout the course of the concert, Timberlake served in a surprising variety of roles. The 20/20 songs showed that he’s a soulster who takes risks, something the album managed as well — a pop star putting out an album with songs that hover around eight minutes is an inherently risky move, but it pays off when he manages to sing and dance the songs in full without breaking a sweat — during a high-energy performance that clocks in just shy of three hours.

It was no small feat; the fact that Timberlake does it every night is impressive.

Following “Gimme” was “Rock Your Body,” which found Timberlake taking on yet another role — sexy heartthrob. His boy band past was suddenly quite clear; he could do something as small as glance at a portion of the audience and receive a deafening roar of girlish screams in return. The crowd went wild for this Justified track, which was given a 20/20 twist with an extended intro and some added dramatics.

The setlist featured over 30 songs that were reimagined with a 20/20 influence. FutureSex/LoveSounds” was slowed down and sexed up, picking up with “Like I Love You,” which sounded fantastic with the added instrumentation.
The setlist was well laid out, grouping some of JT’s biggest songs in the first portion of the set. “Summer Love” and “Love Stoned” paired well together, even if the later was cut short tp fit into its spot in the tight set — which was unfortunate, but didn’t detract from the set.

Even among all the hits some of the pairings yielded some surprises, like Jay-Z’s “Holy Grail.” Timberlake stuck to his parts, sauntering toward the audience for an emotive intro that transitioned into set highlight “Cry Me a River.” At the song’s conclusion, the massive platform holding up the band sank down for what would presumably be an encore break.

The band could very well have performed three or so more songs and called it a night, but that wasn’t the case — the show wasn’t even halfway done at this point.

The second portion of the show was quite different, focusing on deep cuts of the 20/20 Experience. The first part dragged a little bit due to the length of the songs, but nevertheless looked and sounded good thanks to the show’s formidable production values. The audience didn’t scream quite as much during songs like “True Blood” or “Tunnel Vision,” but things quickly picked up during “Let The Groove In.”
Timberlake and a few of his dancers performed on an elevated platform that slowly inched toward the back of the venue, giving everyone an opportunity to get a good view of the singer. He dangled over both ends of the platform, which ended in elevated stairways that extended out into the crowd, to a sea of cell phones and screaming fans.

The platform came to a stop at the opposite end of the venue during “That Girl,” and JT walked down to a stationary point near the soundboard. He played an acoustic guitar for an unexpected cover of Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel.”

Timberlake immediately switched styles for the next song, a tribute to Michael Jackson — “Human Nature.” A semi-acoustic “What Goes Around . . . Comes Around” followed, beginning with Timberlake and his guitar and exploding into its pop glory with the full band joining in for JT’s rapid fire vocals toward the end of the song.
Timberlake and the platform made their way back to the front of the venue during “Take Back the Night,” which transitioned into the third and final portion of the evening. Once the band returned to the stage, Timberlake performed a couple more covers, as things got funky during “Jungle Boogie” and girls screamed even more for Bel Biv DeVoe’s “Poison.”

Timberlake nailed the vocal style and — perhaps best of all — sprinkled some of the song’s original choreography into his performance.

The last portion of the set was the best, as “Take Back the Night” signaled a suite of songs that were played back to back with only one breather: A short lull before “Suit & Tie.” Otherwise, songs like “SexyBack,” “Mirrors,” and the covers were played back to back as one fluid song.

Setlist:
Pusher Love Girl
Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want)
Rock Your Body
Don’t Hold the Wall
FutureSex/LoveSound
Like I Love You
My Love
TKO
Strawberry Bubblegum
Summer Love
LoveStoned
Until the End of Time
Holy Grail
Cry Me a River
Part Two:
Only When I Walk Away
True Blood
Drink You Away
Tunnel Vision
Senorita
Let the Groove in
That Girl
Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis Presley cover)
Not a Bad Thing
Human Nature (Michael Jackson cover)
What Goes Around…Comes Around
Cabaret
Take Back the Night
Jungle Boogie (Kool & the Gang cover)
Murder
Poison (Bell Biv DeVoe cover)
Suit & Tie
SexyBack
Mirrors

Critic’s Notebook:
Last Night: Justin Timberlake at US Airways Center.
Personal Bias: I was hoping to hear a little *NSYNC or “Dick in a Box,” but this was still a damn good show.
The Crowd: Overdressed and full of uncomfortable-looking shoes.
Overheard in the Crowd: “As a Britney fan, I feel guilty for liking this song” during “Cry Me a River.”
Random Notebook Dump: “‘Tunnel Vision’ — the first time I’ve seen a topless dancing woman projected onto a huge screen at an arena show.”

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On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 12/2 – US Airways Center Phoenix, AZ