• Justin Timberlake announced his first tour since 2019 for his upcoming album “Everything I Thought It Was”
• The Forget Tomorrow World Tour will kick off on April 29 in Vancouver and tickets will go on sale on Feb. 2
• The album has been a work in progress for four years, with Justin working with different songwriters and producers
Here is what happened:
Justin Timberlake is preparing to go on tour for the first time since 2019, promoting his upcoming album “Everything I Thought It Was,” which is set to be released on March 15. He announced the Forget Tomorrow World Tour on “The Tonight Show,” and later shared the news on his Instagram account, revealing that tickets will go on sale on February 2, with the tour kicking off in Vancouver on April 29. The tour will feature a total of 22 shows, with stops in various U.S. cities including Seattle, Tulsa, Atlanta, and New York, before concluding in Lexington, Kentucky on July 9.
Alongside the tour announcement, Timberlake released his first single, “Selfish,” which is part of an album that the singer has been working on for the past four years. In an interview with “The Tonight Show,” Timberlake shared insights about the album, mentioning that it was different from his previous works as he collaborated with different songwriters and producers. Additionally, he revealed that more details about the album will be coming soon.
In addition to the tour news, Timberlake recently released his first single from the album, titled “Selfish,” which he shared has been in the works for the past four years. In regards to the process of creating the album, Timberlake mentioned on “The Tonight Show,” “It was different than making albums before because I would just go in for a block of time and say ‘This is what we made and this is what it is,’ I would work with different songwriters, work with different producers—people that I’ve worked with before, people that I’ve never worked with before.”
Viewers can check out more of Justin Timberlake’s journey throughout the years in videos and photos available on the E! news website.