While Ottawa is usually known as the forgotten city when it comes to any concert besides country music, it seems like Justin Timberlake wanted to make a stop in the capital. And we're definitely not mad about it.\nAfter what was an amazing Super Bowl halftime show, I think it's safe to say we're hyped AF to see him in concert. With his new album Man of the Woods out last week, JT will have a ton of new material to play while on tour. That being said, we'll still definitely get hit tracks like Mirrors, Cry Me A River, SexyBack, and waaaay more.\n@justintimberlakeembedded via\nJustin Timberlake will be making a stop at the Canadian Tire Centre on October 22nd, which marks 4 years since he's been to the capital since his 20/20 Experience World Tour. His first stop is in Toronto on March 13th, with his last stop being in Memphis on May 30th which is his hometown. The Ottawa tour date was added to the second leg of the tour, which was due to sold out shows.\nTickets for the Man of the Woods Tour go on sale on February 19th at 10 am. For more information on tour dates, ticket sales and more, click here.