Does the Jennifer Lopez train ever stop? Much like the famous 6 train that she took growing up, the answer to that would be NO, it’s a 24 hour operation! What is she doing now might you ask?
Hot after her much talked about Motown tribute performance at the 2019 Grammy Awards, the “I’m Glad” singer has announced that she’s going back out on the road for the “It’s My Party: The Live Celebration Tour“! The 25-city North American outing, Lopez’s first tour since 2012’s “Dance Again World Tour“, will kick off on June 7th with a show at the The Forum in Los Angeles, CA and will visit other cities such as Phoenix, Dallas, Washington DC, New York, and Denver before wrapping up in Miami, FL.
The party theme serves a few purposes, as it will lead into Lopez’s 50th birthday, which she will celebrate while out on the road. As an extra special treat, she’s going to feature the “World of Dance Experience,” where audiences will get surprise dance guest performances from the stars of Lopez’s NBC show World of Dance.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, March 29 at 10:00 AM local time at LiveNation.com. American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Tuesday, March 26th at 10:00 AM local time through Thursday, March 28th at 10:00 PM local time. A limited number of LaneOne Premium Packages will also be available, including amazing seats, transportation, preferred entrance and more. Check here for LaneOne details.
Lopez has unmatched global appeal with a remarkable longstanding career spanning across music, film, television, fashion, and more.
Jennifer Lopez’s “It’s My Party: The Live Celebration Tour“:
Jun. 7 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum
Jun. 10 – San Diego, CA., Pechanga Arena
Jun. 12 – Sacramento, CA ., Golden 1 Center
Jun. 13 – San Jose, CA ., SAP Center
Jun. 15 – Las Vegas, NV., T-Mobile Arena
Jun. 16 – Phoenix, AZ., Talking Stick Resort Arena
Jun. 19 – Denver, CO., Pepsi Center
Jun. 21 – San Antonio, TX., AT&T Center
Jun. 22 – Hidalgo, TX., Bert Ogden Arena
Jun. 24 – Dallas, TX., American Airlines Center
Jun. 25 – Houston, TX., Toyota Center
Jun. 28 – St. Paul, MN., Xcel Energy Center
Jun. 29 – Chicago, IL., United Center
Jul. 3 – Milwaukee, WI., Summerfest
Jul. 5 – Detroit, MI., Little Caesars Arena
Jul. 7 – Toronto, ON., Scotiabank Arena
Jul. 10 – Montreal, QC., Centre Bell
Jul. 12 – New York, NY., Madison Square Garden
Jul. 16 – Mansfield, MA., Xfinity Center
Jul. 17 – Washington, D.C.., Capital One Arena
Jul. 19 – Newark, NJ., Prudential Center
Jul. 20 – Philadelphia, PA., Wells Fargo Center
Jul. 22 – Atlanta, GA., State Farm Arena
Jul. 23 – Orlando, FL., Amway Center
Jul. 26 – Miami, FL., AmericanAirlines Arena