Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

Justin kicks-off his European tour at the Odyssey

Sexyback star Justin Timberlake will kick-off his UK and European tour at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast tonight.

The Grammy-winning superstar is set to play two shows in Belfast as part of his current FutureSex/LoveSounds tour.

And fans of the pop artist will be in for a double treat as leading producer Timbaland is expected to join the Memphis mover on stage at some point during the concert.

Justin Timberlake is currently in the UK top 10 with Give It To Me, a collaboration with Timbaland and Nelly Furtado.

A number of lucky fans, who splashed out on exclusive tickets for the SexyBack Dance Club - a private area right in front of the stage - will get a chance to see Timberlake up close and personal.

A spokeswoman for Aiken Promotions said that standing tickets in the SexyBack Dance Club had been snapped up by eager fans, but that a few seated tickets remained.

Timberlake will perform tonight and tomorrow night's show in 'the round' - which means the stage will be surrounded by concert-goers.

Following his Belfast dates, the star will head to Sheffield to continue on with his UK tour, before moving on to Europe throughout May.

He'll be back in Ireland in June to play in Dublin, ending his tour with three nights in London.

Timberlake is considered one of the biggest pop stars in the world and has won a number of Grammys, including one for his debut album Justified.

€ See tomorrow's Belfast Telegraph print edition for a Justin Timberlake picture special. There'll be even more pictures of Justin and fans online at www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk

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