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UPDATE: Justin Timberlake's Phoenix Show Rescheduled For March

Justin Timberlake's concert scheduled for Thursday, November 29, has been postponed.EXPAND
Justin Timberlake's concert scheduled for Thursday, November 29, has been postponed.
Ryan McGinley

Update, December 5: Live Nation has announced the rescheduled dates for Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods Tour. The Phoenix show will take place Tuesday, March 5, at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Hey, singers get bruises, too.

Justin Timberlake has canceled Thursday's Man of the Woods tour stop at Talking Stick Resort Arena because of bruised vocal chords, Live Nation said in a statement released Tuesday morning.

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"Fans, please hold onto your tickets pending updated show info – they will be honored at the rescheduled date," the release added.

This would have been Timberlake's second stop in the Valley this year; he hit Talking Stick Resort Arena on May 2, too.

Fans will just have to wait a little longer to hear pop classics like “It’s Gonna Be Me,” “Cry Me A River,” and “Sexyback." 

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