Justin Timberlake – “The Man Of The Woods Tour” [Concert Review]

Last night we caught the very first date off Justin Timberlake’s The Man Of The Woods Tour and what a spectacular show it was! I can’t even say it enough, if you can find tickets to see the second Toronto show tomorrow- do not miss out!!!

The stage setup was unreal, there was no such thing as a bad seat the way things were done. Whoever helped design the layout should seriously win an award! The Man Of The Woods tour is by far JT’s largest solo arena tour of his 15 year solo music career with a 3 stage setup, 38 suspended screens (which also happened to move to the beat of each song perfectly), laser projectors, the most epic MOTW glowing logo – I don’t even know how this much amazing-ness was possible for a two hour show.

Justin opened the night with “Filthy” backed up by 15 band members of The Tennessee Kids, two drummers, a horn section, and 6 dancers. Even the band was dancing around with Justin throughout the night following him for each transition between the stages. There was no disappointment for fans because Justin played a huge mix of old favourites to his newest music from “Sexy Back” to “Senorita” to “Cry Me A River” to “Summer Love” and “Can’t Stop The Feeling”.

Justin Timberlake has definetely set a new level for an incredible concert experience. The choreography was absolutely on point- which must be difficult while dancing along winding connections all night in between the 3 stages and having fans right along the walkways that cut through the entire floor section. If that wasn’t enough, they also setup a legit campfire jam session with beautiful footage that fit the Man Of The Woods theme and trees decorating the stages.

This tour truly gives fans an up close and personal concert experience. Congratulations to Justin Timberlake and his talented team- this tour is amazing!

Special thanks to Live Nation.

Photos by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Live Nation

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