Justin Timberlake Plans Free Concert In LA: How To Get Tickets

LOS ANGELES, CA — Justin Timberlake is planning to play a free concert in Los Angeles two days before the release of his latest album, “Everything I Thought It Was,” the singer announced this week.

Timberlake will play at the Wiltern in Koreatown on Wednesday, March 13. It’s the latest in a series of free concerts for the pop icon; he hosted shows in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee and New York City earlier this year.

Timberlake announced the LA show in an Instagram post Wednesday, which showed photos of bright-yellow flyposted posters with the message “Justin Timberlake is performing for one night only in Los Angeles.”

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Tickets are free, but definitely not guaranteed. Anyone interested can request up to two tickets online before March 8 at 11:59 p.m., according to the ticket website.

Those who receive tickets will get an email by March 12 and tickets will show up in their Ticketmaster accounts by the following morning.

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Those who miss Timberlake this time around will get another chance to see him as he makes a stop at the Kia Forum in Inglewood on March 17 and 18 as part of his Forget Tomorrow World Tour.

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The tour comes as Timberlake readies to release his sixth studio album “Everything I Thought It Was” on March 15 — his first album in six years. The album will feature collaborations with his former NSYNC bandmates and producers Calvin Harris and Timbaland.

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