Justin Timberlake, MasterCard Announce Priceless Miami Aftershow
Tickets to see Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z's Legends of the Summer tour at Sun Life Stadium: $40.
Watching JT in that "Suit & Tie" at an exclusive aftershow at the Fillmore Miami Beach: Priceless.
Well, at least for MasterCard holders.
On August 16, MasterCard and Priceless Miami will be hosting a private, late-night Timberlake performance following the Legends of the Summer concert.
The catch: It's only for those who have their name engraved in silver on a red-and-yellow logo-bearing credit card.
But if you're among the privileged, you'll have a second chance to see JT "Take Back the Night." And the private show is just one of the perks you lucky MasterCard bastards get from enrolling in Priceless Miami.
The program offers card holders exclusive access to concerts, restaurants, and other events of the caliber ... Much like the chance to see the modern-day King of Pop twice in one day (for you legit MasterCard JT fans).
Although the aftershow is available to all MasterCard bearers, those registered with Priceless Miami will be the first to know when tickets go on sale.
So if you wanna see JT's pretty face in infinite "Mirrors," you better act quick and get Priceless.
Legends of the Summer Tour Aftershow. With Justin Timberlake. Friday, August 16. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Doors open at 11:30 p.m. with pre-performance entertainment. Tickets cost $99.50 plus fees via priceless.com/justintimberlake. Tickets are very limited and only a select few will be able to buy them, so make sure you register with Priceless Miami. Call 305-673-7300 or visit fillmoremb.com.
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