Justin Timberlake announces free one-night-only concert in NYC: Here’s how to score tickets

Justin Timberlake announces free one-night-only concert in NYC: Here’s how to score tickets


He’s bringing concerts back.

Justin Timberlake will perform a free one-night-only concert in New York City next week for a select number of fans lucky enough to score tickets.

The singer announced he will host a concert on his 43rd birthday, next Wednesday, at Irving Plaza in Manhattan.

JT fans can get ahold of the tickets through a special Ticketmaster partnership by logging in with their Ticketmaster account details, requesting up to two tickets, and entering their billing information by Friday at 11:59 p.m. ET.

The tickets are free, but a credit card is required to validate the request.

Credit card holders will see a temporary $1 authorization hold that will be “instantly refunded” to ensure the card is active.

Ticketmaster will then email those who scored tickets — which are non-transferable — by the evening before the show. The concert passes will automatically show up in their Ticketmaster account.


An advertisement showing that Justin Timberlake will be performing a free show in New York City.
An advertisement showing that Justin Timberlake will be performing a free show in New York City. Instagram /justintimberlake

The 2000s heartthrob and former NSYNC member made the surprise announcement Wednesday ahead of the 8 a.m. release of his new song “Selfish” Thursday morning.

Timberlake confirmed that he has a new album on the way at another free show he held in his hometown of Memphis last week. He sang “Selfish” at that concert, as well as another new single called “No Angels,” according to USA Today.

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The upcoming album will be the first the former boy band star has released in roughly six years — since “Man of the Woods” in 2018 — and his sixth solo LP.


Justin Timberlake performs onstage during the Fontainebleau Las Vegas Star-Studded Grand Opening Celebration on December 13, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Justin Timberlake performs onstage during the Fontainebleau Las Vegas Star-Studded Grand Opening Celebration on Dec. 13, 2023, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images for Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Timberlake has been teasing his new music with vague social media posts including an artistically produced video and not-yet-released merch featuring the text “Everything I Thought It Was” — possibly hinting at the title of his 2024 album.

The “SexyBack” singer also has a slate of TV appearances in New York City this week likely to promote the release. He will be visiting “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday and will be the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” this week with host Dakota Johnson.



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