Amway Center makes history with Justin Timberlake concert

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The Man of the Woods Tour grossed $2,387,112 on May14, 2018. Almost 18,000 fans ‘ 17,839 to be exact ‘ attended.

"Amway Center has had a string of sold-out concert successes but to be the top-grossing concert in the arena’s seven-year history is a remarkable achievement," said Orlando Venues Chief Venues Officer Allen Johnson.

"We are thrilled to make history with Justin Timberlake,’ Johnson said. ‘He delivered a milestone night that our capacity crowd won’t soon forget."

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