The Man of the Woods Tour was the sixth concert tour by American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake. Launched in support of his fifth studio album, Man of the Woods (2018), the tour began on March 13, 2018 in Toronto and concluded on April 13, 2019 in Uncasville. The Man of the Woods Tour was the sixth-highest-grossing tour of 2018. During its thirteen month run from March 2018 to April 2019, The Man of the Woods Tour sold over 1.75 million tickets and grossed a total of over $226.3 million from 115 shows, making it Timberlake's second most successful tour to date behind only The 20/20 Experience World Tour, which grossed over $231.6 million from 134 shows, though Timberlake's per-night basis for The Man of the Woods Tour had a higher average at $1.96 million per-show than that of The 20/20 Experience World Tour, which averaged $1.81 million per-show.[1]

The Man of the Woods Tour
Tour by Justin Timberlake
The Man of the Woods Tour.png
Associated albumMan of the Woods
Start dateMarch 13, 2018 (2018-03-13)
End dateApril 13, 2019 (2019-04-13)
Legs3
No. of shows
  • 88 in North America
  • 27 in Europe
  • 115 total
Attendance1.75 million[1]
Box office$226.3 million[1]
Justin Timberlake concert chronology

BackgroundEdit

The tour was first announced in January 2018, and due to demand additional dates were released soon after. On February 5, 2018, the day following Timberlake's Super Bowl LII halftime show, Timberlake announced European tour dates, as well as second and third North American tour dates. Timberlake toured Europe after the first North American leg, then toured North America again starting in the fall. The third North American leg began in January 2019.[2][3][4] From November to December 2018, due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords, he was forced to postpone all remaining 2018 tour dates, resulting in the tour concluding in April 2019.[5]

ShowEdit

During a portion of the concert, Timberlake and his band the "Tennessee Kids" sing around a campfire. The "Stage Bar" VIP Experience on the tour includes a bar near the center stage, and a drink ticket. A disco dance floor is near the stage, where Timberlake performs "Rock Your Body"[6]

The design is based off the floodplain maps of the Mississippi River as it runs through Memphis, which is his hometown. We wanted it to be a really organic, never-before-seen type stage that ran through the entire arena and engaged all the fans so everyone could have a front row seat.

— Nick Whitehouse, creative producer/lighting designer for the tour.[7]

Commercial performanceEdit

In May 2018, Billboard reported grosses totalling $36.6 million from the first five weeks, with 255,780 attendees at 16 shows, thus reaching number one on the magazine's weekly ranking Hot Tours. The magazine expects the tour to reach a total of $275 million and 2 million attendees by the time it concludes.[8] Timberlake's sold-out Orlando concert on May 14 was the highest-grossing, single-day concert in Amway Center history with $2,387,112 and 17,839 attendees.[9]

Timberlake's September 20 night concert at Rupp Arena grossed $2 million, making it the highest-grossing one-night concert in the arena's history, besting the previous record set by the Eagles, which grossed $1.8 million in June 2015.[10]

His January 26, 2019 concert at the Chesapeake Energy Arena set a new record for highest-grossing show in Oklahoma City's history.[11][12]

StubHub named Timberlake the fifth-best selling live artist in the US in 2018.[13] According to Billboard, The Man of the Woods Tour was the sixth-highest-grossing tour of the year, selling over 1,175,216 tickets and grossing over $149 million in 2018.[14] The tour received a nomination for Best Pop Tour at the 30th Pollstar Awards.[15]

During its thirteen month run from March 2018 to April 2019, The Man of the Woods Tour sold over 1.75 million tickets and grossed a total of over $226.3 million from 115 shows, making it Timberlake's second most successful tour to date behind only The 20/20 Experience World Tour, which grossed over $231.6 million from 134 shows, though Timberlake's per-night basis for The Man of the Woods Tour had a higher average at $1.96 million per-show than that of The 20/20 Experience World Tour, which averaged $1.81 million per-show.[1]

Critical receptionEdit

 
Timberlake and the Tennessee Kids performing in Miami.

The tour received generally positive reviews from critics. Toronto Star journalist Nick Krewen, who attended the opening date, gave it a score of four-out-of-four, writing "[the] stellar tour kickoff delivers the hits and the spectacle... Even with some of the most elaborate, sophisticated visual technology available at his disposal, pop superstar Justin Timberlake managed to have his campfire moment at the Air Canada Centre Tuesday night. With a literal campfire."[16] Chicago Tribune's Bob Gendron, who attended the show at the United Center, praised the spectacle and said "Parade leader. Spurned lover. Assertive dancer. Down-on-his-knees relationship savior. Bartender who handed shots out to his large ensemble. Outdoors lover who gathered around a campfire to play familiar songs. Timberlake embraced an array of roles, blurring the lines between entertainer, singer and actor."[17] Adam Graham of the Detroit News wrote it "was an engrossing spectacle that turned the arena into his personal wooded playland; no concert artist has come close to using Little Caesars Arena’s space this creatively, save for perhaps Lady Gaga. [...] Timberlake was cool and commanding, taking the stage in a jean jacket and track pants and still looking like he owned the place." Graham also praised Timberlake's band the Tennessee Kids, "[they] became his own E Street Band — there were times, especially when the band turned around and played to the fans at the back of the arena, that the show recalled a Bruce Springsteen concert."[18]

Alim Kheraj of GQ, after attending the concert at London's O2 Arena, described Timberlake as "one of the greatest live performers of all time." "Timberlake and the Man of the Woods Tour has its secret weapon: captivation. With more than two decades of experience in the entertainment industry, he knows how to maintain an audience's attention, how to mould them so they’re pumped at his signals and (mostly) when to take his foot off the accelerator. [...] Similarly, unlike a legacy artist, his show is still exciting, carefully crafted to bring fans the best in audio-visual technology while ensuring that, musically, things line up too."[19]

 
Timberlake on stage in Miami on May 18, 2018.

Franklin Soults of The Boston Globe described the first half of the show as "ritzy glamour," with the "undercut with casual outfits and attitudes that made the extravaganza feel almost relaxed, like a professional athlete’s seemingly effortless performance during a career-topping late season." Despite describing the sing-along around the campfire as "clumsy," he did believe that Timberlake won the crowd back towards the end of the show.[20] The Oakland Press' Gary Graff said "You'd be hard-pressed to find a production that makes full use of an arena in as complete a way as Timberlake is doing" and opined "the whole affair was tightly choreographed to appear precision at times, loose and improvisational at others. Timberlake and company were best when they were at their funkiest."[21] Peter Larsen in Daily Breeze said in his review that Timberlake delivered "with swagger and style in a terrific night at the Forum," and noted the opening act The Shadowboxers "surely won over many with their energetic performance."[22]

Jimmie Tramel of Tulsa World said Timberlake brought "cool factor" to BOK Center, and noted his "appeal is such that among those spotted walking into the arena was state senator and former University of Tulsa football coach David Rader."[23] Ed Masley of The Arizona Republic said "there were plenty of breathtaking nature scenes projected on the scrims that dotted the arena," while "it felt more like a night at the club in downtown Phoenix than a trip to Payson," about Timberlake he commented, "he's only gotten better, as he proved repeatedly in the course of a heavily choreographed performance. His sense of showmanship has also gotten stronger through the years."[24]

Billboard critics ranked The Man of the Woods Tour as one of the best live shows of 2018.[25]

David Menconi of The News & Observer said "Justin Timberlake returns to the stage and proves why he's America's pop star", and noted him as "The Prince of Pop". He also said of the show that Timberlake "Sang quite well... But he danced even better, and that's what turned the crowd on most of all. How he moved was at least as important as how he sang."[26] Chris Conde of San Antonio Current deemed it "an spectacle of undeniable talent... Even if you don’t like pop music, Timberlake's show was so rich in musicianship and showmanship that anyone wanting to say something bad would be hard-pressed to, ahem, justify a negative review."[27]

Set listEdit

The following set list is from the show on March 13, 2018, in Toronto. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[28]

  1. "Filthy"
  2. "Midnight Summer Jam"
  3. "LoveStoned"
  4. "SexyBack"
  5. "Man of the Woods"
  6. "Higher Higher"
  7. "Señorita"
  8. "Suit & Tie" (contains elements of "Sho Nuff")
  9. "My Love"
  10. "Cry Me a River"
  11. "Mirrors"
  12. "Drink You Away"
  13. "Flannel"
  14. "Until the End of Time"
  15. "Dreams" / " Ex-Factor" / "Come Together" / "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" (each sung by a backup singer)
  16. "Morning Light"
  17. "What Goes Around... Comes Around"
  18. "Say Something"
  19. "Montana"
  20. "Summer Love"
  21. "Rock Your Body"
  22. "Supplies"
  23. "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
Notes

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
North America[2][33]
March 13, 2018 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre Francesco Yates 32,142 / 32,142 $3,463,128
March 15, 2018
March 18, 2018 Washington, D.C. United States Capital One Arena The Shadowboxers 16,274 / 16,274 $2,809,918
March 22, 2018 New York City Madison Square Garden 17,288 / 17,288 $2,867,064
March 25, 2018 Newark Prudential Center 15,645 / 15,645 $2,390,462
March 27, 2018 Chicago United Center 33,006 / 33,006 $5,304,255
March 28, 2018
March 31, 2018 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 18,237 / 18,237 $2,504,220
April 2, 2018 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 17,131 / 17,131 $2,246,777
April 4, 2018 Boston TD Garden 30,976 / 30,976 $4,604,928
April 5, 2018
April 8, 2018 Montreal Canada Bell Centre Francesco Yates 29,726 / 29,726 $3,200,799
April 9, 2018
April 12, 2018 Salt Lake City United States Vivint Smart Home Arena The Shadowboxers 14,862 / 14,862 $2,098,916
April 14, 2018 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 30,493 / 30,493 $5,113,319
April 15, 2018
April 24, 2018 San Jose SAP Center 31,221 / 31,221 $4,385,706
April 25, 2018
April 28, 2018 Inglewood The Forum 33,242 / 33,242 $4,901,470
April 29, 2018
May 2, 2018 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 16,288 / 16,288 $2,319,640
May 5, 2018 Tulsa BOK Center 17,162 / 17,162 $2,464,710
May 7, 2018 Columbus Nationwide Arena 17,687 / 17,687 $2,579,208
May 9, 2018 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 16,055 / 16,055 $2,551,016
May 11, 2018 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 12,149 / 12,149 $2,194,486
May 14, 2018 Orlando Amway Center 16,208 / 16,208 $2,387,113
May 15, 2018 Tampa Amalie Arena N/A N/A
May 18, 2018 Miami American Airlines Arena 15,126 / 15,126 $2,113,415
May 19, 2018 Sunrise BB&T Center 16,369 / 16,369 $2,361,871
May 23, 2018 Houston Toyota Center 29,926 / 29,926 $4,452,950
May 25, 2018
May 27, 2018 Dallas American Airlines Center 33,482 / 33,482 $4,898,488
May 28, 2018
May 30, 2018 Memphis FedExForum 14,594 / 14,594 $2,148,372
June 1, 2018 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 17,074 / 17,074 $2,340,659
June 2, 2018 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 17,303 / 17,303 $2,668,122
Europe[3][34][35][33]
July 3, 2018[a] Paris France AccorHotels Arena The Shadowboxers 26,047 / 26,047 $2,110,303
July 4, 2018
July 7, 2018[b] Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro 7,686 / 10,232 $853,601
July 9, 2018 London England The O2 Arena 32,312 / 35,322 $3,991,280
July 11, 2018
July 13, 2018 Mannheim Germany SAP Arena 10,476 / 10,476 $1,030,776
July 15, 2018 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 15,064 / 15,064 $1,724,273
July 17, 2018 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 34,819 / 34,819 $3,191,467
July 18, 2018
July 21, 2018 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena 30,638 / 30,638 $3,333,404
July 22, 2018
July 31, 2018 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena 23,303 / 23,303 $1,818,015
August 2, 2018 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena 15,409 / 15,409 $1,235,128
August 4, 2018 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena 26,234 / 26,234 $3,307,944
August 5, 2018
August 8, 2018 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena 23,654 / 23,654 $2,424,597
August 9, 2018
August 12, 2018 Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena Bazzi 27,022 / 27,022 $2,761,779
August 13, 2018
August 16, 2018 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 12,380 / 12,380 $1,622,406
August 18, 2018 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle 13,363 / 13,363 $1,486,731
August 20, 2018 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle 22,226 / 22,226 $2,407,113
August 21, 2018
August 24, 2018 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome 34,497 / 34,497 $3,395,152
August 25, 2018 Amsterdam Ziggo Dome 15,658 / 15,658 $1,711,716
August 27, 2018[c] Birmingham England Arena Birmingham 11,383 / 11,383 $965,879
August 29, 2018[d] Manchester Manchester Arena 13,859 / 13,859 $1,281,565
North America[4][33][36][37]
September 19, 2018 Lexington United States Rupp Arena Francesco Yates 17,342 / 17,342 $2,017,287
September 21, 2018 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum 16,060 / 16,060 $2,301,988
September 25, 2018 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena N/A N/A N/A
September 28, 2018 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center Francesco Yates 33,587 / 33,587 $4,342,300
September 29, 2018
October 2, 2018 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 16,574 / 16,574 $2,109,296
October 5, 2018 Chicago United Center 17,924 / 17,924 $2,612,545
October 9, 2018 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 16,511 / 16,511 $1,926,346
October 11, 2018[e] Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre N/A N/A N/A
October 13, 2018 Quebec City Videotron Centre
October 15, 2018 University Park United States Bryce Jordan Center
October 18, 2018 Boston TD Garden
October 20, 2018 Albany Times Union Center
October 22, 2018[f] New York City Madison Square Garden Francesco Yates 17,690 / 17,690 $2,832,189
January 4, 2019 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 16,621 / 16,621 $2,512,845
January 6, 2019 Raleigh PNC Arena 18,445 / 18,445 $2,341,847
January 8, 2019 Charlotte Spectrum Center 17,227 / 17,227 $2,518,530
January 10, 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena 14,567 / 14,567 $2,211,727
January 12, 2019 Memphis FedExForum 15,027 / 15,027 $1,952,479
January 15, 2019 New Orleans Smoothie King Center Francesco Yates
Choppa
16,331 / 16,331 $2,345,203
January 17, 2019 North Little Rock Verizon Arena Francesco Yates 16,988 / 16,988 $2,090,304
January 19, 2019 San Antonio AT&T Center 16,151 / 16,151 $2,426,931
January 22, 2019 Houston Toyota Center 10,358 / 10,358 $1,322,979
January 24, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center 15,967 / 15,967 $2,264,972
January 26, 2019 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 16,810 / 16,810 $2,200,055
January 28, 2019[g] Denver Pepsi Center 17,440 / 17,440 $2,842,221
January 31, 2019[h] New York City Madison Square Garden N/A 18,522 / 18,522 $2,774,525
February 4, 2019 Winnipeg Canada Bell MTS Place 11,959 / 11,959 $1,064,971
February 6, 2019[i] Edmonton Rogers Place Francesco Yates 24,929 / 24,929 $2,210,685
February 7, 2019[j]
February 14, 2019[k] Vancouver Rogers Arena 29,787 / 29,787 $2,786,815
February 15, 2019[l]
February 18, 2019[m] Portland United States Moda Center N/A 17,256 / 17,256 $2,428,095
February 21, 2019 San Diego Pechanga Arena 12,259 / 12,259 $1,717,132
February 22, 2019[n] Anaheim Honda Center 15,164 / 15,164 $2,245,075
February 24, 2019[o] Sacramento Golden 1 Center 15,934 / 15,934 $2,244,027
March 5, 2019[p] Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 15,917 / 15,917 $2,073,423
March 8, 2019[q] Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 15,466 / 15,466 $1,926,041
March 10, 2019[r] Los Angeles Staples Center 16,285 / 16,285 $2,586,872
March 13, 2019[s] Fresno Save Mart Center 11,745 / 11,745 $1,587,736
March 15, 2019[t] Oakland Oracle Arena 14,436 / 14,436 $1,742,193
March 21, 2019[u] Kansas City Sprint Center 17,528 / 17,528 $2,612,406
March 23, 2019[v] Omaha CHI Health Center Omaha 16,676 / 16,676 $2,460,764
March 25, 2019 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 13,092 / 13,092 $1,478,347
March 28, 2019[w] St. Louis Enterprise Center 17,351 / 17,351 $2,425,805
March 31, 2019 Columbus Nationwide Arena 15,430 / 15,430 $1,743,696
April 2, 2019[x] Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 14,255 / 14,255 $2,060,658
April 4, 2019 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 11,054 / 11,054 $1,689,672
April 6, 2019[y] Buffalo KeyBank Center 17,544 / 17,544 $2,272,579
April 9, 2019[z] Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 16,125 / 16,125 $1,996,116
April 12, 2019[aa] Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 16,403 / 16,403 $2,360,953
April 13, 2019[ab]
Total 1,759,812 $226,300,000

Cancelled showsEdit

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
June 25, 2018 Paris France AccorHotels Arena Unknown[35][41]
June 28, 2018 Birmingham England Arena Birmingham
July 2, 2018 Manchester Manchester Arena
July 6, 2018 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro
February 10, 2019 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome Severe weather conditions[42]
February 11, 2019

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The show on July 3, 2018 was originally scheduled to take place on June 25, 2018, but was postponed due to delays.[35]
  2. ^ The show on July 7, 2018 was originally scheduled to take place on July 5, 2018, but was postponed due to delays.[35]
  3. ^ The show on August 27, 2018 was originally scheduled to take place on June 27, 2018, but was postponed due to delays.[35]
  4. ^ The show on August 29, 2018 was originally scheduled to take place on July 1, 2018, but was postponed due to delays.[35]
  5. ^ The show on October 11, 2018 was originally scheduled to take place on October 22, 2018, but was rescheduled to accommodate the rescheduled March 21, 2018 show at Madison Square Garden.
  6. ^ The show on October 22, 2018 was originally scheduled to take place on March 21, 2018, but was postponed due to severe weather conditions.[38]
  7. ^ The show on January 28, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on January 29, 2019, but was moved up by one day due to Timberlake suffering from damaged vocal cords.[39]
  8. ^ The show on January 31, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on October 24, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  9. ^ The show on February 6, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 4, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  10. ^ The show on February 7, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 5, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  11. ^ The show on February 14, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 8, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  12. ^ The show on February 15, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 9, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  13. ^ The show on February 18, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 16, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  14. ^ The show on February 22, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 20, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  15. ^ The show on February 24, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 18, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  16. ^ The show on March 5, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 29, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  17. ^ The show on March 8, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 1, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  18. ^ The show on March 10, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on November 27, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  19. ^ The show on March 13, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 3, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  20. ^ The show on March 15, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 5, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  21. ^ The show on March 21, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 10, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[40]
  22. ^ The show on March 23, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 8, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[40]
  23. ^ The show on March 28, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 13, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[40]
  24. ^ The show on April 2, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 14, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  25. ^ The show on April 6, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on October 28, 2018 and then December 19, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  26. ^ The show on April 9, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 17, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  27. ^ The show on April 12, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 21, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]
  28. ^ The show on April 13, 2019 was originally scheduled to take place on December 22, 2018, but was postponed due to Timberlake suffering from bruised vocal cords.[39]

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