The 31-year-old Nailed star took time out from her own hectic work schedule to fly across the country to catch her husband of ten months play at the historic Rex Sox baseball park.
Summer in the city: Jessica Biel took a walk through Boston on Friday after arriving in town to see Justin Timberlake perform at Fenway Park
With her brunette highlighted hair falling loosely over her shoulders, brown leather sandals on her feet and a colourful bag over her shoulder, Jessica looked like she was enjoying a couple of days of down time.
Busy Biel will next star as Penny in The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea this year, as well as Linda in indie thriller, Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes, which she filmed in Los Angeles last year.
While she did join him at the Cannes film festival in May to help him promote the Coen Brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis, in which he has a lead role.
Since he took to the road in July, the Total Recall action star has done her best to join Timberlake whenever she can to see him sing with sidekick Jay Z.
Girl time: Jessica was joined by a female friend as they walked around Beantown before catching the two-night performances at Fenway Park
Busy schedule: Jessica and Justin's work schedules have kept them apart for much of their 10-month marriage, so she has made an effort to meet up with him on the road
Earlier in the month she went all the way to England to proudly support her former Mouseketeer husband, 'Legends of Summer tour is about to commence. So excited to be in London,' she gushed on Twitter. 'Acoustic version of what goes around. So cool. I hope everyone can see the show!'
Fortunately for the couple, there are only two more stops to go - Philadelphia and Miami - before the summer musical extravaganza is over and they can spend some quality time together with their dogs.
French connection: Jessica joined husband Justin Timberlake in Cannes in May for the Inside Llewyn Davis premiere
Happily, it appears that distance really has made the heart grow fonder, as Timberlake recently revealed his soppy side to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, reported the LATimes.com.
'Every once in a while I can catch a glimpse of her when she doesn't see me looking and I have this moment when I'm like, "If you never make a good decision, if you only make bad decisions for the rest of your life, you made one really good decision,'" he said about his beautiful wife.
'It's nice to marry your friend, it's nice to marry your best friend. It suits me.'