Justin Timberlake released The 20/20 Experience on March 19, 2013 with The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2 released six months later on September 27. He kicked off the The 20/20 Experience World Tour on November 6 and hasn’t stopped since. Recently completing the international leg of the tour, Timberlake is set to start another North American leg on July 9 at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo.
The next date comes with a rare intimate performance at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom on July 10. Timberlake’s New York City concert has been skyrocketing in price on the secondary market over the past week and tickets are up by 80%. This past Friday, the average price for this date was $365, but has jumped by nearly $300 to $652 according to RazorGator, a staggering 104% above the tour average.
Timberlake’s North American leg is now the most expensive summer tour, easily eclipsing Jay-Z and Beyonce’s ‘On The Run’ tour. For the joint On The Run Tour, the average price on the secondary market is $244, while Justin Timberlake tickets average 31% more than that with an average price of $320.
Unlike the ‘On The Run’ Tour, which primarily focuses on stadium concerts such as the Rose Bowl and MetLife Stadium, Timberlake’s concerts focus on smaller, yet still sizeable arenas like the Staples Center in Los Angeles or TD Garden in Boston, with the exception of the Hammerstein Ballroom. As a result, this difference in venue size has led to a significant difference between the prices of On the Run andJustin Timberlake concert ticket prices. The most expensive Jay-Z andBeyonce tickets have an average price of $415.92 for their first Rose Bowl concert on August 2. Timberlake currently has eight upcoming shows in North America with a higher average price.
Timberlake has 19 summer dates until August 12 scheduled for this leg before heading back to Europe for four dates on August 16. The tour will have 13 more dates in Australia and New Zealand before the final leg begins in the US on November 20. The last scheduled date of the tour is December 20 at Atlanta’s Gwinnett Center, over a calendar year after the tour’s first date.
With six and a half years between the release of FutureSex/LoveSounds and The 20/20 Experience, Timberlake fans were anxiously awaiting his return to music. With over a year of touring, Timberlake has given fans ample opportunities to enjoy it live.
This week’s seven are all in honor of Justin’s 2011 hit friends with benefits starring mila kunis. The film shows a very accurate story of two friends who stupidly think having sex won’t change their friendship.
check out the following videos featuring bloopers and behind the scenes fun of the cute and funny romantic comedy!
he’s the only person that makes golf look so sexy!
Candid Pictures > 2014 > 6/ 27/ 2014 Lakeside Golf Club In Toluca Lake, California
just found some new pics of justin and jess golfing last week!
Candid Pictures > 2014 > 6/15/2014 – Lakeside Golf Club In Toluca Lake, California
Finally got some tour photos!!!! so here are some of the albums that got updated from fan submissions and agency photos.
On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 5/28 Tel Aviv Israel Hayarkon Park
On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 5/30 Rabat Morocco OLM Souissi
On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 6/3 O2 ARENA PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 6/4 WIENER STADHALLE VIENNA, AUSTRIA
On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 6/6 O2 WORLD ARENA BERLIN, GERMANY
On Tour > The 20/20 Experience World Tour > 6/8 COMMERZBANK-ARENA FRANKFURT, GERMANY
Justin Timberlake is seen enjoying 18 holes of golf at Lakeside Golf Course with his mates on a beautiful sunny day in Los Angeles. Justin, who is good enough to hold his own with a golf pro, showed how serious he was by using a range finding pair of binoculars to judge the distance to his next hole and then later on after a great putt he showed his great reflexes by doing a little maneuver with his golf buddy where they throw their golf balls in the air to each other then quickly high five before catching the balls before they hit the ground.
CHOICE MALE ARTIST
CHOICE R&B/HIP-HOP ARTIST
congrats justin <3
Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience world tour heads up the weekly ranking of Hot Tours, with sales reported from its European leg that kicked off at the end of March and ran through June 10. Ticket sales totaled $77.3 million from the trek that hit 23 cities in 14 countries on the continent, along with a handful of dates in Middle Eastern markets. Touring in support of his most recent studio albums released last year, “The 20/20 Experience” and “The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2,” Timberlake launched the world tour in New York City on November 6, playing 38 cities in the U.S. and Canada during a four-month stretch.
The subsequent European leg began in the U.K. on March 30 and included two-show engagements at arenas in seven cities as well as London’s O2 Arena, which hosted the tour for three nights. Six stadiums were also on the schedule, including the Stade de France in Paris, which drew the largest crowd. 57,286 fans filled the national stadium of France on April 26 for a single performance, the highest attendance reported at one venue during both legs of the tour. Overall box office counts since launch place the pop superstar among the top-grossing touring artists of the year with $148 million in ticket sales from 1.3 million fans at 78 performances.
Ranked second among the 10 top-grossing touring artists of the week, One Direction adds $42.6 million to the Where We Are tour’s overall box office gross that is nearing the $100 million mark. This week’s tally includes revenue from sold-out shows at four U.K. stadiums, as reported by concert promoter SJM Concerts in Manchester. With 5 Seconds of Summer on the bill as opening act, the tour included performances on June 6, 7 and 8 at London’s Wembley Stadium, one of three venues to host the tour for three shows. The London run grossed $20 million (£11.9 million) with an attendance count logged at 236,566, the highest draw from a single venue since the world tour began in April. Also included in this report is Manchester’s Etihad Stadium that hosted the pop stars for three nights. The May 30-31, June 1 engagement produced a sold ticket count of 158,579 and $12.9 million in sales. Box office stats from Croke Park in Dublin, the other venue with a three-show run, were reported in a previous week. 1D remains on the road in Europe through July 13 and will kick off a North American run at the beginning of August.
George Strait is third on the slate of Hot Tours, with reported sales from his record-breaking tour finale on June 7 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. With $18.1 million in sales from a sold-out crowd of 104,793 at the home stadium of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, the country music legend smashed multiple attendance records with his final tour performance.
The concert set a new record for single-show attendance at a U.S. stadium, as well as any indoor venue worldwide. The event also established Strait as country music’s most successful artist ever, based on single-show gross and attendance counts. The three top-grossing performances from the farewell tour — Dallas, Houston and San Antonio — top the all-time list of single performances among country artists according to Billboard’s Boxscore archives.
As well, the first sales figures have been reported from the world tour in support of Lady Gaga’s 2013 album “ARTPOP.” With box office grosses topping $13.9 million from the first 14 performances, the pop star locks down the No. 4 slot on Hot Tours with more than 171,000 tickets sold. The arena tour, dubbed artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball, launched on May 4 at BB&T Center in the Ft. Lauderdale market, the first date of a North American leg that will play 36 cities through August 9. Dates in Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Europe are on the books through late November.
Also included in this week’s tally is Lady Gaga’s seven-show run at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City earlier this year. The event grossed $1.5 million from 24,532 sold tickets at shows on March 28, 30, 31 and April 2, 4, 6 and 7 to mark the closing of the historic Manhattan entertainment venue.