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Justin Timberlake Adds Second Toronto Show on Forget Tomorrow World Tour

The "Selfish" singer is coming to Toronto's Scotiabank Arena on October 17 and 18, touring his new album Everything I Thought I Was.

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake

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It's been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Toronto fans of Justin Timberlake. The pop star initially hadn't included Toronto when he announced his first Forget Tomorrow World Tour dates on January 26 (though he did include Vancouver).

After fans took to social media to cry him a river, Timberlake decided to bring sexy back to Canada's biggest city, announcing an October show at Scotiabank Arena alongside nine more Forget Tomorrow stops. Now, Timberlake has added a second Toronto date, responding to high demand.


Timberlake is preparing to release his sixth solo album, Everything I Thought I Was, and recently released the jealousy-powered single "Selfish," which debuted at No. 19 on the U.S. Hot 100 this week — his highest debut in six years — and was last week's Hot New Radio Track in Canada. (Though his accomplishments have been slightly overshadowed by some lingering Britney Spears drama.)

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The Forget Tomorrow tour kicks off in Vancouver on April 29, and comes to Toronto on October 17 and 18. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster.

Another aughts star announced two Scotiabank Arena dates this week. Usher will be bringing his Past Present Future tour to Toronto on September 2 and 3. That tour kicks off this summer — but Usher has other performances to focus on in the meantime, namely an appearance at a low-stakes football game this weekend.

Pre-sale for the Timberlake and Usher tours is on now.

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Following the viral success of "Blame Brett" in 2023, The Beaches have made their late night TV debut, performing their naming-and-blaming single on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Though the Toronto band has been together for a decade, winning a 2018 Juno for Breakthrough Artist following their debut album, last yearmarked a watershed moment for the quartet. They traded their heavier rock sound for sleek new wave guitar tones and took back control of their career, deciding to release their new album, Blame My Ex, independently. (They co-wrote the album with Canadian artist and songwriter Lowell, who also has a credit on Beyoncé's newest hit.)

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