Justin Timberlake got his start in show business early on, first as a contestant on “Star Search” and later as one of the Mouseketeers on “The Mickey Mouse Club.” However, his big break into stardom came in 1998, when the boy band ‘N Sync (of which he was a member) released its first album, *NSYNC. After producing two more successful albums (which were the two fastest-selling albums of all time), the group decided to take a break in 2002. Timberlake then struck out on a solo career, releasing his album “Justified” in August of the same year.
Since then, he has continued his success in the music business, releasing his second solo album, “FutureSex/LoveSounds,” in 2006. He has also ventured into other areas: he has co-owned three restaurants, launched a career in acting (voicing the character of Artie Pendragon in “Shrek the Third” and appearing in “Black Snake Moan,” among other things), and created his own fashion and record labels.
The Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list for the event in Louisville this May, according to sales data from Ticket Club. WWE’s WrestleMania XXXV and Money In The Bank followed, as well as Monster Jam, the ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament, and... Read more
Update (As of February 12) Both Justin Timberlake concerts, set to take place at the Tacoma Dome on February 10 and 11, have been cancelled due to Seattle’s severe weather conditions. Neither show will be rescheduled, and ticket holders can receive refunds through point of purchase. As Seattle, Washington... Read more
Super Bowl LIII, set to take place next weekend, along with the NBA All Star Game next month, took the top spots on yesterday’s best-selling events list, Ticket Club sales data reveals. Other notable sporting events include basketball games New York Knicks v. Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat v. Los... Read more
The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams took over yesterday’s best-selling events list for the highly-anticipated Super Bowl LIII next weekend, Ticket Club sales data reveals. Aside from the championship event, basketball also made the list for games New York Knicks v. Miami Heat and Miami Heat v.... Read more
While the NFC game between the Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys stole the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, rock legends KISS clocked in at No. 4, according to sales data from Ticket Club. KISS recently announced their 2019 farewell “End Of The Road” tour, kicking-off later... Read more
Paul McCartney took the top three spots on yesterday’s best-selling events list due to upcoming shows on his “Freshen Up Tour,” Ticket Club sales data reveals. Artists Garth Brooks, Elton John, and The Rolling Stones sold well, along with Queen, who will head out on their Rhapsody Tour next... Read more
Popstar Justin Timberlake had to postpone several dates on his Man of the Woods Tour due to bruised vocal cords, and now, he has called-off all the remaining shows in December. Over the past few weeks, he’s been unable to talk and was forced to reschedule shows in Tacoma,... Read more
Justin Timberlake just cancelled another show on his “Man of the Woods” tour due to bruised vocal cords. The popstar has been unable to talk for a few weeks; he’s cancelled shows in Tacoma, Denver, Buffalo, and Los Angeles, as well as a gig at New York City’s Madison... Read more
The upcoming Big 12 Football Championship game in Texas took the top spot on this past weekend’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. The Big Ten Football Championship between Northwestern Wildcats and another team TBD followed, along with football games Minnesota Vikings v. Green Bay... Read more
Justin Timberlake, who has been suffering from bruised vocal cords, had to postpone two more concerts on his current “Man of the Woods” Tour. While he was due to perform at Washington’s Tacoma Dome on November 12 and 13, the shows have now been moved to February 10 and... Read more