Justin Timberlake Postpones 3 More Shows Due to Vocal Cord Issues

Dates in Phoenix, Las Vegas & Fresno are impacted.

Justin Timberlake has postponed three more shows on his Man of the Woods Tour as he continues to battle bruised vocals cords. 

The singer is now postponing his scheduled Thursday (Nov. 29) concert at Phoenix’s Talking Stick Resort Arena, as well as a Saturday (Dec. 1) show at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and a Monday (Dec. 3) performance at Fresno, Calif.’s Save Mart Center. As we previously reported, Timberlake also announced that he would be postponing his Tuesday (Nov. 27) stop at Los Angeles' Staples Center.  

All the venues confirmed the news via Twitter on Tuesday and advised fans to “hold onto their tickets pending updated show information,” as they will be honored in the event the shows are rescheduled.

Timberlake, who has been struggling with bruised vocal cords for the past month, has called off numerous dates on the tour as he works to heal his voice. "Justin is sorry for the inconvenience to his fans," Live Nation Phoenix wrote in their tweet.

JT's next concert is now scheduled for Dec. 5 at Oakland, Calif.'s Oracle Arena. There's no word yet whether this date will also be postponed.

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