AceShowbiz - Justin Timberlake has cancelled more tour dates as he continues to heal from a vocal strain.
Justin has been on his "The Man of the Woods Tour" since March, but was forced to scrap gigs in New York last month after bruising his vocal chords.
He has now pulled the plug on shows in Vancouver on Thursday and Friday, November 08-09, and Tacoma on Monday and Tuesday.
Instead, he'll play at Vancouver's Rogers Arena on February 14 and 15, and the Tacoma Dome a few days earlier, on the February 10 and 11.
As a result of bruised vocal cords, @jtimberlake's concerts @RogersArena in #YVR this Thurs. & Fri. (11/8 & 9) are postponed. Great news though! JT will make good on these dates on Feb. 14 & 15, 2019. Tix for 11/8 will be honoured on 2/14 & tix for 11/9 honoured on 2/15. pic.twitter.com/BJTF6DVuwv— Live Nation W Canada (@livenationwest) November 6, 2018
Justin, 37, has been on complete vocal rest since the injury, and even stayed silent during a recent appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", letting his wife Jessica Biel and Jimmy Fallon do the talking for him.
The "Can't Stop the Feeling!" singer is next due to perform in Portland on November 16.