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Justin Timberlake's '20/20 Experience' Tour Coming To OKC

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The award-winning artist's first headlining tour in six years has been selling out all venues around the world. [AP Photo] The award-winning artist's first headlining tour in six years has been selling out all venues around the world. [AP Photo]
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Justin Timberlake is bringing his "20/20 Experience" world tour to the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, on December 5.

The award-winning artist's first headlining tour in six years has been selling out all venues around the world. Due to overwhelming demand, Timberlake announced on Monday that the world tour will return to North America this fall.

The newly announced North American shows will include stops in Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Toronto, Philadelphia, and more. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, April 14.

Justin Timberlake's all-new fan club, The Tennessee Kids, will have access to a pre-sale starting on April 8. Register for the fan club and receive a special code to access the pre-sale.

A pre-sale for MasterCard cardholders will begin on April 9.

For the latest information regarding pre-sale and on-sale dates.

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