Justin Timberlake Concert in Vegas March 8th

Renowned music pop-star Justin Timberlake is set to perform in Las Vegas as part of his Man of the Woods Tour, which is his latest 5th studio album. The event is expected to take place in March 2019, following a rescheduling from its previous set date. All fans are welcome to come experience the superstar’s electrifying performance live on stage.
Justin says that the album was inspired by his son Silas, whose name translates to ‘Man of the forest.’ Some of the popular songs you should expect to hear at the Justin Timberlake concert in Vegas include; ‘Filthy’, upplies’ and ‘Say Something’ which is a collaboration with Chris Stapleton that managed to reach Top 10 on the BillBoard Hot 100 list. Man of the Woods album also features a song with R&B star Alicia Keys called ‘Morning Light’, and has been produced by some of the industry’s best music producers including; The Neptunes, Eric Hudson, Timbaland, J-Roc, Danja, Rob Knox and Justin Timberlake himself.

Justin further states that most of the songs in his album are inspired by the outdoors, and the Justin Timberlake in Vegas concert is all about bringing the outside theme in. He wants people to witness firsthand the motivation for how the album ended up sounding. With several songs produced with those Southern-style guitars that bring out a feeling of heritage, the album’s first-half has a ‘cosmopolitan future-funk’ style, which the pop-star says are meant to be heard outdoors in a concert setting even more than inside.

Born in January 31st 1981, Justin Timberlake was raised in the state of Tennessee and made his debut in entertainment as a member of the boy band NSYNC, which released several multiplatinum albums in the late 90s and early 2000s. He later ventured out as a solo artist and has so far managed to sell over 32 million albums as well as 56 million singles worldwide, making him one of the most successful music popstars of all time. His performance style is Sinatra with a lot of singing and classical dancing onstage.