Over the past decade, there have been countless child stars who have tried and failed to make the transition to a successful adult star. One person who has not had a problem with this transition has been Justin Timberlake. JT seamlessly made the move from child actor on the Mickey Mouse Club to teenage heartthrob in N*Sync to Hollywood renaissance man as an adult. Simply put, Timberlake can do it all; whether it’s acting, singing, or dancing.
In 2012, Timberlake put out his first album since 2006 and has since began the journey of his vast 20/20 Experience World Tour comprised of an impressive 96 shows in total. Timberlake returns stateside in July for the first of two remaining US legs, beginning at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte. Over the course of the entire tour, Justin Timberlake concert tickets average $336.64 with the first leg going for $365 while the second clocks in at a respectable $327.58.
The most expensive stop on his tour is Timberlake’s August 5th concert at the AT&T Center in San Antonio which is going for a hefty ticket price of $842 on average and a get-in of $162 alone. There are two other tour stops besides Charlotte and San Antonio that average over $500 for Timberlake tickets: August 3rd at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans – $609, and August 8th at MGM Grand Garden Arena – $741.72.
One interesting data point regarding the tour is that when JT comes to the Los Angeles Staples Center, it will be for one of the lowest average ticket prices of his entire 20/20 Experience Tour at an average price of $281. The same is true with his December visit to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn where the Timberlake concert is currently going for an average ticket price of $279. The reason these two tour dates stick out like a sore thumb is because Los Angeles and New York are the two largest markets in the country and therefore are historically amongst the highest priced tour stops for artists. However, for Timberlake’s tour they are 6th and 7th cheapest, respectively.