Justin Timberlake has kicked off the week with some exciting news, announcing that his anticipated 'The 20/20 Experience' world tour will be extended to the UK and Europe next year.
Fresh from wrapping up the 'Legends of the Summer' tour with Jay Z, the 'Take Back The Night' singer, who releases 'The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2' today, will kick off his first headlining solo tour in six years with a Canada and North American leg on October 31 in Montreal before playing in a variety of cities including New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Justin Timberlake's 'The 20/20 Experience' world tour kicks off on October 31 (Packshot)
It looks like Justin's fans across the UK and Europe will also get to join in on the fun as the 31-year-old singer will be heading overseas on March 30, 2014, when he will begin the leg with a show in Sheffield before moving onto London's O2 Arena on April 1, Glasgow on April 4, Manchester on April 7 and Birmingham on April 11.
The 'Suit & Tie' singer will then play a number of dates across Europe including Switerzland, Germany, France, Belgium and Norway.
The tour will be in support of both of the '20/20 Experience' albums, the first of which was release in March and topped the charts around the world becoming one of the best selling records of the year so far and spawning the smash hit single 'Mirrors' which dominated the UK charts for several weeks.
The second installment is set for release today and features production from Timbaland and collaborations with hip-hop heavyweights Drake and Jay Z.
Tickets for the UK and European dates go on sale on Friday 4 October at 9am.
The full list of dates are as follows:
March 30 – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
April 1 – O2 Arena, London
April 4 – The SSE Hyrdo, Glasgow, Scotland
April 7 – Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
April 11 – LG Arena, Birmingham
April 14 – Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
April 18 - Gelredome, Arnhem, The Netherlands
April 20 - Lanxess Arena, Koln, Germany
April 24 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany
April 26 - Stade de France, Paris, France
May 1 - Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
May 4 - O2 World, Hamburg, Germany
May 6 - Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark
May 8 - Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
May 10 - Tele 2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
May 12 - Hartwall Areena, Helsinki, Finland