Justin Timberlake is an outstanding performer. You are probably already aware of this, at the very least because of his 2013 MTV VMA marathon performance. But a JT concert is even more spectacular than that medley, of course, because you get full songs, and you get Timberlake in full-on entertainer mode as he croons, dances, plays the guitar, tickles the ivories and interacts with his band with the ease of a dude who just rolled out of bed and decided to fire up the Xbox.
Unfortunately, it can be very hard to snag tickets to a JT show, so many of his fans never have the pleasure of seeing him sweat through a rock-ified version of “Cry Me A River.” Today, though, we have the next best thing: Timberlake’s full Rock in Rio concert from Sunday (September 15) is available to stream online. One day after Beyonce headlined the Rio de Janeiro festival, JT played to 85,000 rabid fans, treating them to classics like “Rock Your Body” and “My Love,” as well as fare from The 20/20 Experience like “Suit & Tie,” “Tunnel Vision” and latest single “Take Back The Night.”
Watch his career-spanning 90-minute set below (which had fans crying a mere 30 seconds into it).
[via Miss Info]
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