Jay-Z & Justin Timberlake Announce "Legends Of The Summer" Tour
February 22, 2013

Justin Timberlake

The rumors are true: Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake will hit the road together on a North American tour of stadiums dubbed "Legends Of The Summer." A dozen dates have been announced, kicking off in Toronto on July 17. Rumors began to swirl earlier this month that the two superstars were cooking up a massive co-headlining tour. On Tuesday, it was announced that Jay-Z and JT would each be headlining a night of the Wireless Festival in London this July.

Timberlake's new album The 20/20 Experience is due out March 19. Yesterday it was announced that he will be taking over NBC late night TV in March, when he hosts and performs on Saturday Night Live on March 9, then spends a week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Tickets for all dates (except New York City) go on sale next Thursday, February 28.

"Legends Of The Summer" tour dates: 

July 17            Toronto (Rogers Centre)
July 19            New York (Yankee Stadium)
July 22            Chicago (Soldier Field)
July 26            San Francisco (Candlestick Park)
July 28            Los Angeles (Rose Bowl)
July 31            Vancouver, BC (BC Place Stadium)
August 4          Hershey, PA (Hershey Stadium)
August 6          Detroit (Ford Field)
August 8          Baltimore (M&T Bank Stadium)
August 10        Boston (Fenway Park)
August 13        Philadelphia (Citizens Bank Park)
August 16        Miami (Sun Life Stadium)

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