Justin Timberlake apologises after cancelling UK tour dates
Written by Ethan Lowerson-Marshall on 18th May 2018
Justin Timberlake has apologised to fans after cancelling three of his upcoming UK shows.
The singer is delaying the start of the European leg of his The Man Of The Woods Tour which was due to kick off his live dates in Paris on June 22nd.
But he will now perform in Paris on July 3rd, Live Nation announced – while three dates one in Manchester, one in Birmingham and one in Glasgow have been cancelled.
Timberlake will still perform other dates in all three cities but will now commence the UK leg in Glasgow on July 7th, rather than July 5th as originally planned.
Tickets for the July 5th performance will be honoured at the rescheduled July 7th event, the concert organisers said.
Tickets for a concert at the Birmingham Arena on June 27nd will now be honoured at the new date of August 27th and in Manchester, tickets for the originally scheduled July 1st concert at Manchester Arena will be honoured at the new date of August 29th.
Concerts in Birmingham on June 28th, Manchester on July 2nd and Glasgow on July 6th have been cancelled and fans holding tickets will receive a refund at point of purchase.
“Justin Timberlake and Live Nation apologise for any inconvenience to fans.” – Live Nation Statement
Timberlake will also perform the originally scheduled shows in London on July 9th and 11th at the O2 Arena.
The European leg of the tour will take Timberlake, who is currently on tour in the US, to countries including the Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, Norway and Germany.