THE EDGE IS STOKED TO ANNOUNCE GRAMMY® AND EMMY® AWARD-WINNING ARTIST JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RETURNING TO NEW ZEALAND FOR HIS FIRST HEADLINING TOUR IN SIX YEARS.
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – VECTOR ARENA – OCTOBER, 12TH & 13TH
“With his hair slicked back, wearing Tom Ford clothes — Mr. Timberlake was every bit the 21st-century entertainer, a song-and-dance man with subwoofers.”
- New York Times
“His showmanship, class, and impeccable ease in which he can deliver an over two-hour set of music that barely allows for any time to sit, breathe or falter all boiled to those final moments as he let the fans sing back to him a song that, within its barely developed young life, has already budded into its own kind of icon, just like its creator.”
- The Village Voice
Justin Timberlake will be performing live in Auckland, New Zealand on October 12th at Vector Arena. After dominating the global charts in 2013 with the year’s best selling album The 20/20 Experience, and The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2, Timberlake is bringing his electrifying live shows to fans with a global tour. Justin Timberlake’s tour is promoted worldwide by Live Nation Global Touring.
The Edge is your station for concerts - scroll down to get on The Edge Guest List now to score free tickets + VIP experiences. In addition to gracing the cover of GQ's 2013 Man of The Year, Timberlake recently took home three Grammy Awards including Best R&B Song (Pusher Love Girl), and three American Music Awards including Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist. The 20/20 Experience, has been critically well received and is the year’s best selling album with over 4 million sold to date worldwide. The album marks Timberlake with the biggest male debut in five years as well as the biggest digital debut in U.S. history by a male artist. The 20/20 Experience held the #1 spot in both the Top 200 (3 weeks) and R&B album chart (10 weeks). In just its first week of release all 10 tracks charted on the digital songs chart and have sold over 7 million tracks in the US. The album has reached platinum status in three other countries as well as gold status in nine other countries tracks.