Justin Timberlake Tops the U.S. Charts and Scores 2 Big Wins at the 2006 MTV Europe Music Awards


Jive recording artist Justin Timberlake, on the heels of announcing over 64 U.S., UK, and European dates for his 2007 FutureSex/LoveShow tour, continues his winning streak in the U.S. and overseas.

Justin Timberlake, who took the dual role of host and performer at the 2006 MTV Europe Music Awards, walked away with 2 major honors; The Best Male Act Award and The Best Pop Award. To add to his growing reputation as an incredible musical artist and performer he opened the show with a thrilling medley of hits including "Lovestoned" and the smash singles "SexyBack," and "My Love."

The 4 million worldwide selling album, FutureSex/LoveSounds co-written and co-produced by Justin Timberlake, hit #1 on the Billboard charts in the U.S., United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, Singapore, Korea, and Malaysia and broke all digital album sales records. With an audience of over 122 million listeners the #1 smash 2nd single "My Love" featuring T.I. follows up the worldwide monster "SexyBack" featuring Timbaland and inducts Justin Timberlake into an elite and select group of male artists who have had back to back #1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100.

On-sale dates for the 2007 FutureSex/LoveShow tour will be announced locally in each market and dates for the complete worldwide tour will be announced shortly.

  Confirmed shows and dates are as follows:
  January 8              San Diego, CA          iPayOne Center
  January 9              Anaheim, CA            Honda Center
  January 12             Sacramento, CA         ARCO Arena
  January 14             Phoenix, AZ            Glendale Arena
  January 16             Los Angeles, CA        Staples Center
  January 17             Fresno, CA             Savemart Center
  January 27             St. Paul, MN           Xcel Energy Center
  January 30             Toronto, ON            Air Canada Centre
  January 31             Montreal, QC           Bell Centre
  February 2             Washington, D.C.       Verizon Center
  February 3             Cleveland, OH          Quicken Loans Arena
  February 6             Boston, MA             TD Banknorth Garden
  February 7             New York City, NY      Madison Square Garden
  February 18            Buffalo, NY            HSBC Arena
  February 22            Tampa, FL              St. Pete Times Forum
  February 24            Miami, FL              American Airlines Arena
  February 25            Fort Lauderdale, FL    BankAtlantic Center
  February 27            Atlanta, GA            Philips Arena
  March 1                New Orleans, LA        New Orleans Arena
  March 3                Bossier City, LA       CenturyTel Center
  March 4                Houston, TX            Toyota Center
  March 5                Dallas, TX             American Airlines Center
  March 8                Omaha, NE              Qwest Center
  March 9                Ames, IA               Hilton Coliseum
  March 16               Nashville, TN          Gaylord Entertainment Center
  March 18               Charlottesville, VA    John Paul Jones Arena
  March 19               Pittsburgh, PA         Mellon Arena
  March 21               Uniondale, NY          Nassau Coliseum
  March 27               Philadelphia, PA       Wachovia Center
  March 29               East Rutherford, NJ    Continental Airlines Arena
  April 24               Belfast, Ireland       Odyssey
  April 27               Sheffield, England     Hallam FM Arena
  April 30               Newcastle, England     Metro Arena
  May 3                  Glasgow, Scotland      SECC
  May 8-9                Birmingham, England    NIA
  May 14-15              Manchester, England    MEN
  May 22                 Paris, France          Bercy
  May 25                 Stuttgart, Germany     Schleyerhalle
  May 26                 Munich, Germany        Olympiahalle
  May 28                 Frankfurt, Germany     Festhalle
  June 1                 Milan, Italy           Forum
  June 2                 Zurich, Switzerland    Hallenstadion
  June 3                 Vienna, Austria        Stadthalle
  June 6                 Berlin, Germany        Max Schmelling
  June 7                 Leipzig, Germany       Arena
  June 9                 Hamburg, Germany       Colorline Arena
  June 10                Koln, Germany          Arena
  June 12                Lyon, France           Tony Garnier
  June 13                Dortmund, Germany      Westfallenhalle
  June 16                Amsterdam,
                          the Netherlands       Arena
  June 19                Stockholm, Germany     Globe
  June 21                Oslo, Norway           Valhalle
  June 23                Copenhagen, Denmark    Parken
  June 25                Gothenberg, Sweden     Scandinavian
  June 27                Antwerp, Belfast       Sports Palais
  June 30                Dublin, Ireland        RDS
  July 4, 5 & 7          London, England        The O2 Arena

   * All dates are subject to change.

SOURCE: Jive Records

CONTACT: 2007 FutureSex/LoveShow Tour, European Tour Press, Svetlana
Scheck, AEG Live, svetlana@aeglive.co.uk; or UK Tour Press, Alan Edwards, The
Outside Organisation, alan.edwards@outside-org.co.uk; or US Tour Press, Carlos
Vega, Carlos.vega@jiverecords.com, or Justin Timberlake Press, Sonia Muckle,
+1-212-824-1370, both of Jive Records

Web site: http://www.jiverecords.com/