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In Photos: Justin Timberlake at Chicago’s United Center (12/8)

on December 09, 2014, 12:00pm

Since November of last year, Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience World Tour has traversed the globe, and Chicago already received a double dose of the extravaganza last February with a two-night stunt at the United Center. For an artist to be able to bring a production of this magnitude to such a market for a third time nine months later is wildly impressive without even getting into just how much Monday’s Chicago crowd lost their collective shit as Timberlake ripped through his catalog with a roughly 30-song set. With the impeccable Tennessee Kids on a wealth of instruments, an insane traveling bridge that took a good chunk of the show across the floor and to the back of the venue, and Timberlake’s endless charisma + total magnetism, it was a pop spectacle for the ages.

Pusher Love Girl
Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want) (snippet)
Rock Your Body
Don’t Hold the Wall (Snippet)
Like I Love You
My Love
Summer Love
Until the End of Time
Holy Grail (JAY Z cover)
Cry Me a River
Set 2:
Only When I Walk Away
Friends in Low Places
(Garth Brooks cover)
Drink You Away
Tunnel Vision
Let the Groove Get In
Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis Presley cover)
Not a Bad Thing
Human Nature (Michael Jackson cover)
What Goes Around… Comes Around
Take Back the Night
Jungle Boogie (Kool & The Gang cover)
Poison (Bell Biv DeVoe cover)
Suit & Tie

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