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Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl LII halftime show performance was just his first Twin Cities gig of 2018. / Jerry Holt, Star Tribune

Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl LII halftime show performance was just his first Twin Cities gig of 2018. / Jerry Holt, Star Tribune

Justin Timberlake will really get to know his wife’s native state this year. The “SexyBack”-singing pop star followed his busy week around the Super Bowl LII halftime performance in Minneapolis with the announcement of a Sept. 28 show at Xcel Energy Center. After tickets to that concert went on sale this morning, he has already added a second night at the St. Paul arena, Sept. 29.

Tickets for the newly announced Saturday night gig go on sale next Monday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster and the arena box office for the same price as the first gig, $50-$400.

The only tickets available to the Sept. 28 show as of Monday afternoon are $400 standing-room-only floor passes, $595 “platinum” tickets or $180-plus “verified resale” seats.

Although many reviewers cut into his new album "The Man of the Woods" like loggers clear-cutting a forest, Timberlake did land the record at No. 1 in Billboard last week and proved he's still a big draw in concert. Many more additional nights were added in other cities on the tour besides St. Paul.