Justin Timberlake To Perform In Hollywood Right After Grammy Gig, Joins BRIT Awards Lineup
Justin Timberlake announced he’s performing at the Hollywood Palladium on the same night he makes his grand return on the Grammys. The singer announced on Twitter that immediately following the awards show, “The 20/20 Experience begins at @thepalladium,” so odds are high that “Suit & Tie” won’t be the only song off his forthcoming album that he plays.
Tickets (which will be impossible to get) go on sale tomorrow (February 2) at 3 p.m. ET, and can be yours for the reasonable price of $118.50 (“reasonable” is either sincere or sarcastic, depending on your stance about seeing a superstar shake the rust off in a relatively intimate setting).
After dropping off the live map for a couple years, JT is set to hone his game with a few gigs ahead of the March 19 release of The 20/20 Experience. His first comeback show will occur at DirecTV’s Super Saturday Night event in New Orleans on February 2. He has also just confirmed he was added to the the lineup at the BRIT Awards on February 20, according to The Independent. His pal Beyonce is also performing there, so as with the Super Bowl Halftime Show, there’s speculation that the two will join forces on stage.
Back in August 2006, Timberlake played a string of small shows leading up to the release of FutureSex/LoveSounds, including a stop at L.A.’s House of Blues. So he’s certainly used to working his way back up to (and building up buzz for) the bigger venues.