Justin Timberlake will play Tampa's Amalie Arena on May 15

Tickets go on sale Monday, January 29. Other Florida shows include Orlando, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale.


The Man of the Woods is coming to our neck of the woods.

This morning, Amalie Arena announced that Justin Timberlake will play Tampa on May 15 in support of his forthcoming new album, Man of the Woods, which will see release on February 2 just two days beforethe 36-year-old pop superstar plays the halftime show at Super Bowl LII.

The Tampa show is one of four Florida dates for Timberlake (May 14 at Orlando'a Amway Center, May 18 at Miami's American Airlines Arena and May 19 at Ft. Lauderdale's BB&T Center).

Tickets go on sale to the general public on January 29 at 10 a.m. EST and will cost fans $49.50-$250. An American Express pre-sale starts on Wednesday, January 24.

Get more information on the show via local.cltampa.com..

Watch a trailer for the album above. Lead single "Filthy" is streaming below.


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