In a turn of events area Justin Timberlake fans were hoping for but not counting on, the singer/songwriter and actor has just announced his latest tour will bring him to Philadelphia, PA later this year.

When the first batch of The Forget Tomorrow World Tour dates dropped and didn't include Philadelphia, JT fans like me were crushed.

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He was coming to Hershey, PA.

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He was coming to Newark, NJ.

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Then, his itinerary expanded but still no Philly show. Not even Atlantic City. Grrr.

Justin Timberlake Adds Philadelphia to The Forget Tomorrow World Tour

But on Monday, Justin released a third batch of concert dates that FINALLY included the City of Brotherly Love!

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It's official. Justin Timberlake will return to Philly, playing Wells Fargo Center on Friday, October 11th.

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Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday, May 23rd at 10 a.m. through Wells Fargo Center Box Office and Ticketmaster.com.

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There will also be two presale events with early access to Justin Timberlake tickets.

On Tuesday, May 21st starting at 10 a.m., Citi Card members can begin buying tickets.

LiveNation ticket presale Wednesday, May 22nd from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the code Soundcheck.

Timberlake is out on the road in support of his sixth studio album Everything I Thought It Was which has already generated the hit single 'Selfish' and its follow-up 'No Angels'.

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