Justin Timberlake’s Tacoma Dome Concert Postponed Due to Severe Winter Weather


Justin Timberlake postponed a present on the Tacoma Dome on Sunday (Feb. 10) as a consequence of extreme winter climate, although his second date on the venue on Monday (Feb. 10) continues to be anticipated to happen.

Officials say the climate forecast is being monitored, and any modifications can be communicated on the Tacoma Dome website, LiveNation social media and by e-mail to ticket holders. LiveNation additionally advised fans to carry onto their tickets for doable rescheduling.

Sunday's present was the primary of two dates that have been beforehand rescheduled for JT’s Man of the Woods cease at the Washington enviornment. The authentic dates for these reveals have been in November of 2018, which he needed to postpone as a consequence of his bruised vocal cords on the time.

According to reports, Washington was hit with document ranges of snow over the weekend, with 6-10 inches hitting some areas of the state, with extra snow anticipated on Monday within the wake of Gov. Jay Inslee declaring a state of emergency; Seattle usually will get solely seven inches of snow a 12 months, with a possible 14 inches doable by the center of the week. Timberlake was compelled to postpone and re-schedule greater than a dozen late 2018 dates as a consequence of his vocal points. The tour is at present slated to run by way of an Apr. 13 date in Connecticut.