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Justin Timberlake Announces Free Concert in Los Angeles 

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As the release of “Everything I Thought It Was” draws nearer, Justin Timberlake announces yet another “One Night Only” experience for fans. On Wednesday, March 6, 2024,  the “Selfish” singer announced an exclusive show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles.

A picture of the banner Justin Timberlake posted on his IG
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Timberlake announced on social media that he will be treating fans to a free, one-night show on March 13 at The Wiltern, a 12-story Art Deco theater and landmark in Los Angeles. According to Ticketmaster, tickets are free. However, space is limited and is not guaranteed.

“LA & THE WILTERN 3/13,” Timberlake wrote on Instagram. He captioned a carousel with a picture of a poster that reads: “Justin Timberlake is performing for one night only in Los Angeles.” The rest of the carousel includes an excerpt of a Big Lebowski monologue blaring in the background.

It also includes a snippet of a new track, “No Angels,” and behind-the-scenes footage of its music video. The “Mirrors” singer announced “The Forget Tomorrow World Tour” in January 2024, his first tour in five years. The North American leg of the tour will kick off a month after his free show on April 29 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada.

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The tour includes stops in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the U.K. cities. In February, Timberlake announced that the tour’s second leg would restart this fall. The renowned singer also said it would include eight new shows in the U.S. and Canada.

The newly announced concert marks the third “One Night Only” show. Justin Timberlake launched the series at the beginning of the promotional campaign for his upcoming album. He announced one on January 12, 2024, 13 days before the release of “Selfish,” the album’s lead single.

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Afterward, on January 24, the “Mirrors” singer again took to Instagram to announce a second “one night only” show. Like the newly announced Los Angeles show, the Memphis and New York performances also had free tickets. However, there is a two-person limit per person, and the tickets are not transferable. 

The window to claim free tickets closes Friday, March 8, at 11:59 p.m. PST. While at the New York show, Justin Timberlake sparked some controversy. He said, “I’d like to take this opportunity to apologize to absolutely nobody.”

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Although the talented singer mentioned no one, many believed his comment responded to Britney Spears’ Instagram apology. Fans speculated it was a response to some details she revealed in her bestselling memoir, “The Woman In Me.” “Everything I Thought It Was” marks Timberlake’s first album since 2018’s “Man of the Woods.”

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The 2018 album spawned a pair of Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hits, “Filthy” and “Say Something.” However, Timberlake is ready for a sprawling arena tour to support the new album. He already has 77 shows planned across North America and Europe.

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