Justin Timberlake is bringing the 20/20 Experience World Tour Back to North America

Justin Timberlake is bringing the 20/20 Experience World Tour Back to North America. (Ralph Larmann / Live Nation )

Looks like Justin Timberlake is in mighty high demand.

Pop’s comeback kid is already slated to trot his 20/20 Experience world tour back through North America this summer -- including a gig at Staples Center on Aug. 12 -- but Timberlake will return for yet another stateside run this fall with 13 additional arena dates, promoter Live Nation announced Monday.

After a quick return to Europe and a run through Australia and New Zealand this fall, Timberlake will tackle a new North American trek that will carry him through winter.

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Timberlake’s fall run begins Nov. 20 in Portland, Ore. and includes a stop at the Forum on Nov. 24. (If something sounds familiar here, it is: Timberlake played the revamped Forum to a sold-out crowd in January.) The leg wraps Dec. 20 in Atlanta.

Timberlake first launched his 20/20 Experience tour last fall after embarking on a joint stadium tour with collaborator Jay Z. He sold out stops at Staples Center and Honda Center in Anaheim during the tour's first North American run.

Tickets go on sale April 14 through Ticketmaster. Fans can register for the singer’s new fan club, the Tennessee Kids, to gain access to a pre-sale. 

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