Justin Timberlake postponed a show at the Tacoma Dome on Sunday (Feb. 10) due to severe winter weather, though his second date at the venue on Monday (Feb. 10) is still expected to take place.
Officials say the weather forecast is being monitored, and any changes will be communicated on the Tacoma Dome website, LiveNation social media and by email to ticket holders. LiveNation also advised fans to hold onto their tickets for possible rescheduling.
Sunday’s show was the first of two dates that were previously rescheduled for JT’s Man of the Woods stop at the Washington arena. The original dates for these shows were in November of 2018, which he had to postpone due to his bruised vocal cords at the time.
As a result of severe weather conditions in Washington state and further to Governor’s proclamation of a state of emergency relating to road closures and impacts to the transportation system resulting from the state wide storm, (1/4) pic.twitter.com/yQaud89K0P
— TacomaDome (@TacomaDome) February 10, 2019
According to reports, Washington was hit with record levels of snow over the weekend, with 6-10 inches hitting some areas of the state, with more snow expected on Monday in the wake of Gov. Jay Inslee declaring a state of emergency; Seattle typically gets only seven inches of snow a year, with a potential 14 inches possible by the middle of the week. Timberlake was forced to postpone and re-schedule more than a dozen late 2018 dates due to his vocal issues. The tour is currently slated to run through an Apr. 13 date in Connecticut.