Justin Timberlake Tickets Remain Available for Sprint Center Shows From FrontRowTickets.com

Over the past decade Justin Timberlake has completely transformed himself from former Mickey Mouse Club and lead singer of N’Sync into a Hollywood Renaissance man who can sing, dance and act. Last year, Timberlake made his return to music after taking some time off to focus on his acting career when he released his two part album the 20/20 Experience.

In November of 2013, Timberlake began his first solo tour since 2006 and will run through August of this year. Timberlake’s the 20/20 Experience World Tour encompasses 96 shows on three different continents and is currently in the midst of the second leg of the tour. With this being his first tour in quite some time, Justin Timberlake tickets have been some of the most sought out by fans and has an average ticket price of $348 for the tour, according to Frontrowtickets.com.

Even though tickets for The 20/20 Experience World Tour is in high demand, there are still some cheap options available like his August 11th show at the SAP Center in San Jose, which is the least expensive of the whole tour going for an average of $230 and a get-in of $74. On the other hand, Timberlake’s most expensive concert is his show the week before at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, which has seen prices increase by over $100 in the last two weeks for an average ticket price of $845.

When Timberlake comes to Kansas City at the end of July, he will play two nights at the Sprint Center. There are a wealth of tickets available for both of his shows on the 30th and 31st which average $303 and $348 respectively. Fans looking to attend either of these shows will be happy to know that they can find the best deal on tickets in the 100’s Corner where tickets are averaging the lowest among any sections in the lower bowl by about $100.

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