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Justin Timberlake announces his second record of 2013, more North American tour dates

When Justin Timberlake rains, he pours. The former N’Sync member announced he’d be releasing a follow-up record to this spring’s The 20/20 Experience earlier this year, and now he’s elaborated further on what that 10-song record will be called and when it will be available: The creatively titled 20/20 Experience (2 Of 2) will be in stores and online starting Sept. 30.

This second release will be tied to even more tour dates, a second round that sees him parting ways with fellow "Legend of the Summer" Jay-Z. That run kicks off Oct. 31 in Montreal and ends in February in Omaha.

Justin Timberlake tour 2013-2014
July 17—Rogers Centre—Toronto, Ontario*
July 19—Yankee Stadium—New York, New York*
July 22—Soldier Field—Chicago, Illinois*
July 26—Candlestick Park—San Francisco, California*
July 28—Rose Bowl—Los Angeles, California*
July 31—BC Place Stadium—Vancouver, British Columbia*
Aug. 4—Hershey Stadium—Hershey, Pennsylvania*
Aug. 6—Ford Field—Detroit, Michigan*
Aug. 8—M&T Bank Stadium—Baltimore, Maryland*
Aug. 10—Fenway Park—Boston, Massachusetts*
Aug. 13—Citizens Bank Park—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania*
Aug. 16—Sun Life Stadium—Miami, Florida*
Oct. 31—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
Nov. 13—PNC Arena—Raleigh, North Carolina
Nov. 15—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, Tennessee
Nov. 16—Nationwide Arena—Columbus, Ohio
Nov. 18—Fedex Forum—Memphis, Tennessee
Nov. 19—Scottrade Center—St. Louis, Missouri
Nov. 21—BOK Center—Tulsa, Oklahoma
Nov. 29—MGM Grand Garden Arena—Las Vegas, Nevada
Dec. 2—US Airways Arena—Phoenix, Arizona
Dec. 4—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
Dec. 5—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
Dec. 11—Bankers Life Fieldhouse—Indianapolis, Indiana
Dec. 12—Quicken Loans Arena—Cleveland, Ohio
Dec. 14—Consol Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dec. 15—KFC Yum! Center—Louisville, Kentucky
Dec. 17—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
Dec. 19—Amway Center—Orlando, Florida
Jan. 13—Rexall Place—Edmonton, Alberta
Jan. 17—Key Arena—Seattle, Washington
Jan. 22—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
Feb. 7—Fargodome—Fargo, North Dakota
Feb. 9—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
Feb. 10—CenturyLink Center—Omaha, Nebraska
* with Jay-Z

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