The big gigs for Feb. 7-13

  • Updated: February 6, 2014 - 4:53 PM

He’s no longer touring with Jay Z. Justin Timberlake, arguably the most well-rounded entertainer of his generation, can fill arenas on his own, thank you. Don’t expect any “History of Rap” segments but do expect a huge helping from last year’s two “20/20 Experience” releases. That means lots of elongated jams in what could be a nearly three-hour show. Tour set lists indicate more than 30 songs, including covers of some of his influences such as Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. (8 p.m. Sun., Xcel Energy Center, $47-$177.) Jon Bream

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