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Justin Timberlake Is Coming to Dallas: Presale and Ticket Information

Update, 5/13: As of 11:30, or an hour and a half into the regular on-sale, there are still plenty of tickets available. Our searches included hits for tickets nearly on the floor, toward the back of the arena, for $197 (!!) and some at the lowest price point, which is $68 (including fees). That seems to be the trend around the country for this particular tour -- nothing's sold out yet.

Yes, Justin Timberlake, the crown prince of pop/viral video appearances will bring his 20/20 Experience Tour to Dallas on December 4. It's at the American Airlines Center, and tickets go on sale Monday, May 13 at 10 a.m.

See also: -Don't Feel Guilty About Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Experience -Justin Timberlake "Suit & Tie" is a Boring Rehash

You can also get access to a pair of presales:

1. The Tennessee Kids fan club presale, which you can sign up for here, allows you to take a crack at them starting May 7 at 10 a.m.

2. If you have a MasterCard, you can access another presale the next day, May 8, also at 10 a.m.

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The full tour route (at least this particular announcement of it) is sort of unexpected: It never reaches either U.S. coast except once in Orlando. No L.A., no New York.

Prices haven't been announced yet, but we'll let you know when they are.

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