Justin Timberlake 'to announce solo world tour in April, May'

Justin Timberlake will announce a solo world tour in April or May, his manager has confirmed. The 'Mirrors' singer is scheduled to head out on a North American stadium tour with Jay-Z this summer, but will then begin a solo jaunt later in the year.  Timberlake's long-time manager Johnny Wright revealed in an interview that plans for the tour are in the early stages. He added that the tour has not been ...
"routed" yet. Asked about the singer's solo tour plans, Wright said: "Yeah. Probably he'll go out sometime in the fall. We haven't routed that yet or figured out what cities we're going to play. "I know we'll start in North America first. But again, our focus is getting the album out and getting the Jay/Justin piece done. And I would say sometime in April/May we'll announce when Justin is going to put his own solo tour out." The proposed tour would be Timberlake's first since his highly successful 'FutureSex/LoveShow', which saw him play 20 UK dates including five nights at London's O2 Arena.  The 32-year-old performed his first live UK show since the tour when he played a Brits after-show party at the Kentish Town Forum in February.  His 'Legends of the Summer' tour with Jay-Z plays in North America in July and August but will premiere at the Yahoo! Wireless Festival in London on July 14. His new album The 20/20 Experience is set to top the UK album charts today, while latest single 'Mirrors' has been atop the UK singles chart for the last three weeks.
He confirmed earlier this week that a second volume of the album will be released later this year featuring ten new tracks.

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