Eager fans of Justin Timberlake will have to put seeing his ‘Man of the Woods’ tour on hold—for now.
It was reported by Variety that the singer has postponed two more shows over his bruised vocal cords.
On Oct. 24, Timberlake announced on Twitter that his show at Madison Square Garden in New York City was going to be postponed.
He said the orders came from his doctor, who said the singer’s vocal cords were “severely bruised.”
Timberlake apologized to his fans, saying that the new show would be on Jan. 31—his birthday.
Variety reported that the singer had postponed two more shows over his bruised vocal cords.
The dates for his tour will all be pushed back—including in Tacoma, Washington, which was scheduled for Nov. 12 and 13. The show will be pushed back to Feb. 10 and 11.
This also affects the show in Buffalo, which will be postponed until Dec. 19.
His next show on the schedule will be at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon, on Nov. 16.