Justin Timberlake fans: Get ready to "Rock Your Body" as the Grammy Award-winning singer is coming to South Florida this summer.
Timberlake announced on his social media Friday the North American dates for his "The Forget Tomorrow World Tour" and Miami will be one of his several tour stops in June.
On June 15, the former *NYSNC member will perform at Kaseya Center in Downtown Miami. Tickets are expected to go on sale on February 2 at 10 a.m.
Before the tour announcement, Timberlake teased his first new album release in six years, titled "Everything I Thought It was," with a short video on social media narrated by actor Benicio Del Toro.
Also, he announced a one-night-only free concert in New York City on January 31, which is his birthday. Timberlake, 42, is regarded as one of the most influential entertainers of his generation.
Sometimes referred to as the "Prince of Pop," he first came into the spotlight as a child making appearances on musical television shows before becoming a main cast member of Disney's Mickey Mouse Club in the mid-1990s.