Two of music's biggest names, Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z, have announced their new Legends of the Summer tour, which they'll begin at Rogers Center in Toronto.
They'll make an additional 11 stops following their Toronto performance, ending at BC Place in Vancouver by August. Some of the biggest notable venues where the duo will be performing include New York City's Yankee Stadium, Miami's Sun Life Stadium and Boston's Fenway Park.
According to SOHH.com, Timberlake and Jay-Z will also headline London's Wireless Festival, although they won't be performing together - one will take to the stage on July 16th and the other will appear the following night.
Timberlake will be promoting his most recent album entitled The 20/20 Experience, which features Jay-Z on the track "Suit and Tie" and will be released March 19th. There had been buzz about the two artists ever since the two shared the stage at this year's Grammy Awards.
"I think it's legendary and the reason why I say that is because he's managed to rest and take a break in such a way where he was successful in something completely different," said Dirty Money singer Dawn Richard in the same article about Timberlake's return to music. "He created a craft in acting, really was successful in that and then to be able to come back in such a way, and do it in such a classy way, the way he did it, that's legendary in itself."
Tickets go on sale on February 28th.
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