Justin Timberlake postpones Phoenix concert due to bruised vocal cords
PHOENIX — Fans who were hoping to see Grammy-winning singer-performer Justin Timberlake perform in Phoenix for a second time this year will be forced to wait.
Timberlake postponed his Nov. 29 concert for his Man of the Woods Tour at Talking Stick Resort Arena due to bruised vocal cords, it was announced Tuesday.
Anyone with tickets was encouraged to hold onto them “pending updated show info.”
“Justin is sorry for the inconvenience to his fans,” a tweet from LiveNation Phoenix read.
According to Billboard, Timberlake has been plagued by the issue for the last month and had postponed multiple concerts, including a Madison Square Garden show scheduled for Oct. 24.
The show would have been Timberlake’s second in Phoenix in 2018. He first visited the city in May during the same tour.
Timberlake’s tour opened March 13 in Toronto and was originally expected to run until Jan. 29, 2019, in Denver.
Editor’s note: The concert has been rescheduled for March 5 at Talking Stick Resort Arena, LiveNation announced.
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