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Justin Timberlake tour will bring him to Chicago in June

Justin Timberlake is going on tour, a Forget Tomorrow World Tour that will bring him to the United Center in Chicago Friday, June 21. Tickets go on sale to the public 10 a.m. Feb. 2 at justintimberlake.com.

The arena tour, produced by Live Nation, is Timberlake’s first in five years, in support of his upcoming album “Everything I Thought it Was,” set for a March 15 release.

As currently announced on his website, the tour includes 22 North American dates, kicking off April 29 in Vancouver, heading next to Seattle and concluding July 9 in Lexington, Kentucky. The trek currently includes just one night in each city, with enough days between stops to potentially allow added concerts. The tour comes to Chicago from Miami June 15, with the next concert at Madison Square Garden in New York on June 25.

Ticket presales begin with a fan club presale Jan. 29, followed by presales for Citi cardmembers and Verizon Up customers 10 a.m. Jan. 30 (with all sale times at local time in each destination, according to Live Nation). Those sales, both running until Feb. 1, and more information can be accessed at citientertainment.com and verizon.com.

The Prince of Pop and former lead singer of NSYNC announced the tour during a Thursday night appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

April 29 – Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC

May 2 – Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington

May 6 – SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, California

May 10 – T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas

May 14 – Pechanga Arena San Diego in San Diego, California

May 17 – Kia Forum in Inglewood, California

May 21 – Footprint Center in Phoenix

May 29 – Frost Bank Center in San Antonio, Texas

May 31 – Moody Center in Austin, Texas

June 4 – Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas

June 6 – BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma

June 10 – State Farm Arena in Atlanta

June 12 – PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina

June 14 – Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida

June 15 – Kaseya Center in Miami

June 21 – United Center in Chicago

June 25 – Madison Square Garden in New York

June 29 – TD Garden in Boston

July 3 – CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore

July 4 – Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania

July 7 – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio

July 9 – Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky

dgeorge@chicagotribune.com