Last year, Justin Timberlake postponed a slew of dates due to vocal cord issues. This year, you can blame Mother Nature for interfering with his tour schedule.
The singer canceled his Sunday night show at the Tacoma Dome in Washington, following dangerous winter weather, including record levels of snow over the weekend.
The venue tweeted, “As a result of severe weather conditions in Washington state and further to Governor’s proclamation of a state of emergency relating to road closures and impacts to the transportation system resulting from the state wide storm, [concert promoter] Live Nation has confirmed that the Justin Timberlake Man Of The Woods concert… [on] Sunday, February 10th is postponed.”
Live Nation advised fans to retain their tickets for a rescheduled date. The tweet added that tonight’s show is expected to go on.
This was the second time that the Tacoma show has been postponed. JT was originally supposed to perform there in November, but had to cancel it due to his bruised vocal cords. It was one of more than a dozen shows that were rescheduled or postponed for that reason.
The Man of the Woods tour is current scheduled to run through April 13 in Connecticut.
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