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 NHL Stanley Cup Finals continue to dominate the best-sellers list with multiple upcoming games, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Hockey games this weekend and next week took the first four spots, followed by the NBA Eastern and Western Conference Finals. Other notable sports events include the... Read more
Hockey took the No. 1 spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list as the NHL Stanley Cup Finals are underway, according to sales data from Ticket Club. The Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights home game next Saturday was the best-selling event, followed by the NBA Conference Finals game between... Read more
The NBA Eastern and Western Conference Finals were the four best-selling events yesterday — with the game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics taking the No. 1 spot — according to sales data from Ticket Club. Following Cleveland and Boston’s home games are the matches between the Golden... Read more
Justin Timberlake, who is currently on his Man Of The Woods Tour, will kick-off the European shows a little later than expected, and has cancelled three shows in the UK. The popstar was set to begin the European leg of the tour on June 22 in Paris, however, he... Read more
Former Genesis star Phil Collins announced dates for ‘Not Dead Yet, Live!’ earlier this month, landing him the top two spots on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. This is Collins’ first North American tour in 12 years, and he will be joined by... Read more
After announcing dates for their Love Yourself World Tour, the K-pop boyband BTS has been driving fans crazy, taking the No. 1 spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. BTS, known as Bangtan Boys, shocked fans late last month with the announcement of... Read more
Korean pop group BTS tickets continue to dominate the ticket resale market, as their run through the United States this fall captured seven of the Top 10 spots in the resale market on Monday, according to data courtesy of Ticket Club. With all 11 of the originally announced dates... Read more
The countdown to football season is on, and the Buffalo Bills are now the latest NFL team to find season tickets going on sale. The Bills home games throughout the regular season, in addition to some preseason dates, lead the day’s list of presale opportunities. Other exclusive presale listings... Read more
As the football season approaches, NFL fans are making sure to grab tickets earlier rather than later; the game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles this October took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Football made quite an appearance... Read more
U.S. Open Tennis Championship sessions for the Men’s Finals/Women’s Doubles Final this September took the top two spots on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. The 2018 Open Tennis Tournament begins on August 27 and runs through the beginning of September. The competition will... Read more