Don’t Miss Out On Justin Timberlake At The Capital One Arena

December 24th, 2018 by

Justin Timberlake

He brought “SexyBack,” taught people that “What Goes Around… Comes Around,” and has never been afraid to put on a “Suit & Tie” when the mood strikes. Now, he’s a “Man of the Woods,” and he’s coming to an arena near you. Justin Timberlake is bringing The Man of the Woods Tour to the Capital One Arena on Jan. 4. You can pick up tickets for $160 or get a verified resale ticket for less. Word to the wise, though. These tickets are among the hottest in town, so don’t wait to decide if you want to go.

A Setlist Full of Hit Songs

Justin Timberlake is so young that it can be hard to remember how many hit songs he has. He’s been churning out hits since he went solo in 2002, and he pulls from his extensive catalog of songs for this concert. He does play songs from his newest album, “Man in the Woods,” but the majority of the concert consists of his hits, such as “Cry Me a River,” “Rock Your Body,” and “Can’t Stop that Feeling.”

He doesn’t just sit there and croon his hits, either. If you’ve ever been to a Justin Timberlake concert, you know the guy has some serious moves. He stays active during the entire show and never even seems to break a sweat. He certainly knows how to pack a concert with lots of action.

Sitting Around the Campfire

Justin Timberlake does more than bring his hits to this concert. He also sings some cover songs. He sits around a real campfire with the Tennessee Kids, and they sing classics like “Thank God I’m a Country Boy” and “Come Together.” It’s fun to get their take on these classic songs. Plus, the Tennessee Kids really get to show off their skills during this part of the concert. Many of these guys could easily headline bands of their own. Their voices are that good, so it’s nice to watch them get their chance to shine.

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