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Justin Timberlake will give a free concert in New York: how to get a ticket


Alina Prikhodko

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Justin Timberlake has announced a concert in New York, which will take place one of the nights. Tickets for it, according to CBS News, will be free.

The 2000s heartthrob and former NSYNC member made the surprise announcement ahead of the release of his new song "Selfish." The Grammy Award winner announced that he will hold a concert on his 43rd birthday next Wednesday, January 31, at Irving Plaza in Manhattan. Tickets to the concert are free.

The singer posted on his Instagram a photo of posters with the words “Justin Timberlake performing for one night only in New York,” as well as the name of the concert venue and the date of the show. In the first three hours, the post received about 70 likes.

JT fans can get tickets through a special Ticketmaster partnership. You must log in using your Ticketmaster account credentials and enter your payment information by 23:59 p.m. on January 26th. Tickets are free, but a credit card is required to confirm your request.

Credit card holders will see a temporary $1 authorization limit to ensure the card is active. The money will be immediately returned to your account. Ticketmaster will then send emails to those who purchased non-transferable tickets until the evening before the concert. Your concert pass will automatically appear in your Ticketmaster account.

Timberlake will have a busy week in New York. He's heading to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Jan. 25, where he'll be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live with host Dakota Johnson. Apparently, all this is timed to coincide with the release of the new album. The upcoming album will be his first since 2018's "Man of the Woods" and his sixth solo album.

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