You won’t need a suit and tie to see the N’Sync singer anymore, it seems
As it turns out, you can stop the feeling: Former N’Sync member Justin Timberlake has cancelled both his concerts at the Tacoma Dome. And this time they won’t be rescheduled.
Timberlake was supposed to be one of the first performances to break in the newly remodeled Tacoma Dome back in November. But the singer had to cancel the concerts thanks to “severely bruised vocal chords.”
The two-night event was moved to February 10 and 11 but then the third round of snow storms hit the area.
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And on Monday, the Tacoma Dome officials confirmed that “with the continuation of severe weather conditions in Washington State and given the Governor’s ongoing proclamation of a state of emergency relating to road closures and impacts to the transportation system and infrastructure resulting from the storm state wide, the Justin Timberlake Man Of The Woods concert performance previously scheduled for this evening is now cancelled.”
🚨 the Justin Timberlake Man Of The Woods concert performance previously scheduled for this evening is now cancelled.
Live Nation has also confirmed that they are unfortunately unable to reschedule the Tacoma performances of Feb. 10th and Feb. 11th. 🚨 (2/3) pic.twitter.com/NubMzIZbal
– TacomaDome (@TacomaDome)
February 11, 2019
Live Nation also confirmed that they would be unable to reschedule the Tacoma performances. Ticket holders will be refunded at point of purchase.
It’s not all the fault of the “Man in the Woods;” after Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band also rescheduled their Saturday night at the Tacoma Dome.
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Officials across the region are still discouraging travel wherever possible, and are urging folks to avoid driving when they can.
So the best thing might be to keep an eye on the horizon – click through the slideshow above to see more concerts coming to the Seattle area, hopefully at a less snow-filled time.
Source:: Daily times