Justin Timberlake Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center

Here’s a show that consisted of a lot of dancing and singing. Justin Timberlake came to Philadelphia on his 20/20 Experience World Tour. This was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. My sister and I went to see him expecting it to be a good show, but we were just in a state of shock at how great and entertaining he was to watch. He played for a solid three hours. He played most of the songs from the 20/20 Experience, but still played all those older songs you would want to hear. He played songs like “Rock Your Body” and even did a cover of “Poison.” This was something extraordinary that every concert goer would enjoy.

Timberlake just brought so much intensity to the show with him. He had a stage that was huge and was moving him throughout the whole arena. He has become the new king of pop music. I mean rightfully so. I think he’s just “the man.” The whole performance wasn’t just him up there singing. There was a lot of choreographing that went on to make this a show. There was even a fifteen minute intermission. I am not a fan of intermissions at concerts, but I understand why they did it. He performed over thirty songs for us.

This is a concert I think everyone should check out. He delivered a fun and exciting concert that you have to dance when you are there. I had a broken ankle at the time and I was still cutting a rug. This is something that will be enjoyed by everyone if you go to see him. He puts on an amazing show. I was never a fan of NSYNC, but Timberlake is the real deal.

Overall, Justin Timberlake gave an awesome performance that was fun, exciting, and consisted of a lot of singing and dancing. I highly recommend seeing him next time he does a tour.

Concert Rating: 9.5/10 (Excellent! Must Attend!)


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