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Justin Timberlake announced a one-night-only hometown show in Memphis, slated for Jan. 19 at the 2,300-capacity Orpheum Theater.

The announcement comes just days after Timberlake wiped his Instagram, sparking speculation about a potential new music era.

Timberlake’s Instagram post included a throwback video of him in Memphis, an itinerary with “travel to Memphis Jan. 19 - Orpheum” on his to-do list, and an audio file of a mid-tempo, organ-driven song snippet.

The Instagram wipe and show announcement have amped up speculation about the long-awaited follow-up to Timberlake’s 2018 album, Man of the Woods.

In 2023, Timberlake reunited with his former *NSYNC bandmates for their first song in more than 20 years, “Better Place,” and appeared on a remix of BTS member Jung Kook’s solo single, “3D.”

Timberlake closed out 2023 with a surprise concert where he appeared to address his past relationship with Britney Spears before performing “Cry Me a River,” a song inspired by their breakup.

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