Justin Timberlake Playing Hartford’s XL Center This Fall

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Justin Timberlake will be performing at the XL Center in Hartford on Thursday, Nov. 7. (Frank Micelotta / PictureGroup)

Justin Timberlake will be performing at the XL Center in Hartford on Thursday, Nov. 7. (Frank Micelotta / PictureGroup)

Justin Timberlake has expanded his 20/20 Experience World Tour just enough to get in dates in Boston and at Hartford’s XL Center.

The Grammy award winner will be playing Hartford on Nov. 7, and Boston’s TD Garden Nov. 4.

Tickets to the XL Center show will be priced at $45, $90, and $175. They go on sale Monday, Aug. 19 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

Like every major concert these days, there are presales lined up for fan club members and credit card holders. Members of The Tennessee Kids fanclub will get a special presale code emailed to them, and MasterCard cardholders can access a presale as well. Both presales take place Aug. 14 at 10 a.m.

Timberlake performed in Boston twice this past weekend along with hip hop mogul Jay-Z on their “Legends of Summer” Tour. Though seemingly an unlikely duo, the two collaborated on each others recent work, with Jay-Z taking a verse of the 20/20 Experience’s lead single “Suit & Tie” and Timberlake fronting a lengthy intro on the lead release of Hova’s latest album, “Holy Grail.”

This leg of tour kicks off Oct. 31 in Montreal, a month after the release of The 20/20 Experience part 2 on Sept. 30. Right now there aren’t any signs that Jay-Z will be joining Timberlake.

The concert is a major addition to the concert lineup at the XL Center, which has rapidly grown this year. October 25-27 is a weekend of major concerts at the downtown arena, featuring performances by Pearl Jam, Drake, and Phish. Michael Buble` appears Sept. 25, and earlier this year both Rihanna and Justin Bieber performed.

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