How to get free tickets to Justin Timberlake's 1-night concert in NYC

The concert at Irving Plaza will help promote Timberlake's latest single from his new album, "Everything I Thought I Was," which drops in March.
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Posted at 3:40 PM, Jan 25, 2024

If you want your own chance to see Justin Timberlake perform live, you might have a chance to do so — for free.

There is currently a lottery for fans to win 2 free tickets to see Justin Timberlake performing at the Irving Plaza in New York City. The show is on Jan. 31, and the deadline to enter the ticket lottery is tomorrow, Jan. 26 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

You will need to enter a credit card to verify your request, but you will not be charged even if you are one of the lucky fans who wins two free tickets. If you are selected to attend the concert, your tickets will be confirmed by Jan. 30.

Justin Timberlake hit us with the song of the summer
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Justin Timberlake hit us with the song of the summer

It's the first release from Timberlake since 2013's "The 20/20 Experience," and fans already want to know when they can expect a new album.


While you may have to wait a few days to see Timberlake perform live, the wait for new music from the pop sensation is already over. The music video for Timberlake’s new single “Selfish” was just released on YouTube.

“Selfish” is the first single from Timberlake’s latest album, “Everything I Thought It Was,” which will be released by RCA on March 15. For fans, it’s been a while — his last album was 2018’s “Man of the Woods.”

The “Selfish” music video was directed by Bradley Calder, who has previously directed music videos for SZA, Tinashe and Tate McRae. And as with Timberlake’s previous albums, his collaborator Timbaland produced many of the tracks on “Everything I Thought It Was.” In an April 2023 interview with Variety, Timbaland said the new songs are a fun return to form for the singer.

“It’s fun Justin,” the producer said about Timberlake’s sixth solo album. “It’s like ‘FutureSex /LoveSounds,’ but nothing too heavy, just giving you what you’d expect from us: not overthought, the lyrics are not so deep, it’s bob-your-head, dance-to-it music.”

Watch Justin Timberlake’s music video for his newest single “Selfish” on YouTube below:

Timberlake debuted the sultry single at a show in Memphis, Tennessee, on Tuesday. The location has special meaning for the star, as Timberlake grew up in Millington, a Memphis suburb.

To promote it, Timberlake will also appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on NBC for the 10th time tonight. Fallon and Timberlake are longtime friends, and Fallon — who got a sneak preview of his bud’s album — has given Timberlake’s “Everything I Thought It Was” glowing reviews. We’re sure to hear more about it tonight.

And Timberlake fans can also catch the 42-year-old on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. He’s the musical guest while Dakota Johnson takes on hosting duties, and it seems likely he’ll perform “Selfish” as part of his set.

This story was originally published by Kaitlin Gates at Simplemost.com.