Justin Timberlake returns with blockbuster Man of the Woods Tour

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It’s time for another edition of our top concerts of the week column, highlighted by the return of Justin Timberlake. Here are some of your best bets for live music.

Justin Timberlake

Having performed two nights at the SAP Center in San Jose in 2018, the multitalented pop star brings The Man of the Woods Tour back to the Bay Area for a show on March 15 at Oracle Arena.

Expect to hear several songs from the new album, 2018’s “Man of the Woods,” as well as numerous longtime fan favorites, such as “Cry Me a River,” “SexyBack,” “What Goes Around… Comes Around” and “My Love.”

Details: 8 p.m.; $49.50-$250, www.ticketmaster.com.

Joe Lovano

The stellar saxophonist performs four nights – and in four different musical settings – March 14-17 at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco. It’s the Joe Lovano Nonet on March 14, followed by Joe Lovano: Trioism on March 15, Joe Lovano and Chucho Valdes on March 16, and Joe Lovano: Tenor Summit on March 17.

Details: www.sfjazz.org.

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Aziz Ansari

The comedian, who was at his best on the TV show “Parks and Recreation,” performs two nights, March 16-17, at the Masonic in San Francisco.

Details: 7:30 p.m.; $38.55-$68.55, www.livenation.com.

Nils Frahm

The Berlin-based musician/composer/producer, known for his work in melding electronic and classical music, visits the Warfield in San Francisco on March 15.

Details: 8 p.m.; Warfield, $25-$43.50, www.axs.com.

Disney’s DCappella

The Disney act, featuring seven vocalists performing a cappella versions of Disney songs, visits the Fox Theater in Oakland on March 17.

Details: 8 p.m.; $35-$75, www.ticketmaster.com.

Source:: East Bay – Entertainment

      

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