09 May 2013
- Written by Breeanna Hare/CNN
Justin Timberlake is suiting up for a world tour this fall.
The "Mirrors" singer has announced that in addition to releasing a second half of "The 20/20 Experience," he's also going to embark on a tour that will last through 2014.
Timberlake hinted around the March release of "Experience" that the 10-track disc was actually only the first half of his heralded return to music. The 32-year-old has since confirmed that 10 additional tracks will arrive on September 30, roughly a month before he kicks off his tour in Montreal on October 31.
According to Timberlake's website, he'll follow that up with performances in Raleigh, North Carolina; Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee; Las Vegas, Nevada; Dallas and Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; and Seattle, Washington, among others.
With this being Timberlake's first trek in six years, he's making sure to hit as many stops as possible, and will bring the "The 20/20 Experience" to Europe, South America and Australia as well. Additional dates will be announced at a later date.
The concerts will have staggered on-sale dates, but tickets to a number of shows will become available on May 13 at 10 a.m. local time.
Some fans, though, have already secured their access to seeing Timberlake perform live - the musician/actor is also joining Jay-Z on a 12-stop summer tour that will launch in Toronto on July 17.
For more information on tour dates and tickets, visit JustinTimberlake.com.