Just hours after postponing recent gigs in a series of concerts since the end of October, Justin Timberlake announced that he would push back all remaining December dates while his injured vocal chords continue
"Hey guys, I'm sure you've heard that I had to postpone some tour dates for injured vocal cords," reads the post. "My vocal cords are healing, but they are not quite normal yet. That's why my doctors want me to keep my voice down. They asked me to sing until next month. I'm really sorry, I want to be back on stage and do everything to get there quickly. Thank you for your understanding. I see all your contributions and appreciate the support and the love. I am looking forward to becoming stronger than before. More about the scheduled dates.
The eight remaining dates for the year were: Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Buffalo (the second time the show was hit), a second Buffalo show, and Uncasville, Connecticut The tour is scheduled to restart after the holidays on January 4 in Washington, DC. Most of the postponed dates have been postponed to February and March, which is also likely for this group.
Timberlake had a concert in Oakland on Tuesday. The pushbacks began when the singer hit his date on October 24 at Madison Square Garden in New York and said on social media: "Hey guys, I'm sorry I attended the MSG show tonight on medical Must move arrangement. My vocal cords are badly injured. I'll make amends and the new show will be on my birthday, January 31st. Further information will follow. I'm so sorry again, but I'm looking forward to seeing you soon. Love, J "