Jennifer Lopez is coming to Phoenix for her first tour in five years. Here’s how to purchase tickets

Jennifer Lopez is coming to Phoenix for her first tour in five years. Here’s how to purchase tickets

The This Is Me…Now The Tour, which Jennifer Lopez has announced would bring her back to the touring scene following a five-year hiatus, will stop in Phoenix on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, at Footprint Center.

Lopez is on her first tour since her 2019 run, which sold out venues all over the nation and brought in over $50 million.

Lopez will play new tracks from her album “This Is Me…Now” in addition to her repertoire of hits during the tour.

The tour, which is produced by Live Nation, begins in Orlando, Florida on June 26 and travels to Miami, Los Angeles, Toronto, her hometown of New York City, and other locations before wrapping in Houston.

This Is Me…Now. The tour comes with Lopez’s announcement of her next album “This Is Me…Now” and her February 16 release of the Amazon original documentary “This Is Me…Now: A Love Story.”

A new version of Lopez’s “Can’t Get Enough ft. Latto” was released lately and included in a Dunkin Donuts Super Bowl 2024 commercial. Lopez previously performed the song on “SNL.”

How to purchase tickets for the Phoenix event by Jennifer Lopez

On February 20, a JLo Fan Club presale starts at 9 a.m. Throughout the week, there will be additional presales in advance of the general on-sale, which starts at 10 a.m. March 23, Friday, at

Phoenix presales for the Jennifer Lopez tour

The official card of This Is Me is Citi.Now The Tour is allowing cards to buy presale tickets for the U.S. events starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 20, and ending at 10 p.m. February 22, Thursday.

Customers of Verizon will have access to an exclusive presale of This Is Me.Customers can get presale tickets for a few events through Verizon Up for Now The Tour, starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 20, and ending at 10 p.m. on Thursday, February 22. To learn more, go to Verizon Up.

Jennifer Lopez releasing ‘This is Me…Now’

Pop, R&B, and hip-hop parts come together in the singer’s first studio album in almost ten years, “This Is Me…Now,” which she describes as her story. Her lyrics reveal a story of growth, resiliency, hard work, and the transformational power of self-love as they dive into the highs and lows of life, love, and relationships with unflinching honesty and introspection.

In 2022 and 2023, Lopez wrote and recorded at her Los Angeles home alongside Roget Chahayed, Angel Lopez, and Jeff “Gitty” Gitelman.HitBoy, Tay Keith, Carter Lang, Kim “Kaydence” Krysiuk, Jason Derulo, and Brandon Riester were additional songwriter-producers…

“This Is Me…Now: A Love Story,” which will be available for streaming worldwide on Prime Video on February 16, follows her journey through fantastical costumes, amazing choreography, and famous looks.

The first single from “This Is Me…Now,” “Can’t Get Enough,” is now accessible on all platforms.

Jennifer Lopez tour dates 2024

Here’s where Jennifer Lopez is bringing her This is Me… Now the Tour:

  • Wednesday, June 26 — Kia Center in Orlando, Florida
  • Friday, June 28 — Kaseya Center in Miami
  • Tuesday, July 2 — Moody Center in Austin, Texas
  • Wednesday, July 3 — Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg, Texas
  • Friday, July 5 — Frost Bank Center in San Antonio, Texas
  • Saturday, July 6 — American Airlines Center in Dallas
  • Tuesday, July 9 — Footprint Center in Phoenix
  • Thursday, July 11 — Kia Forum in Los Angeles
  • Saturday, July 13 — Honda Center in Anaheim, California
  • Tuesday, July 16 — Chase Center in San Francisco
  • Wednesday, July 17 — Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California
  • Friday, July 19 — Acrisure Arena in Palm Springs, California
  • Saturday, July 20 — T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
  • Monday, July 22 — Ball Arena in Denver
  • Wednesday, July 24 — BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Friday, July 26 — Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois
  • Saturday, July 27 — Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis
  • Tuesday, July 30 — PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh
  • Wednesday, July 31 — Little Caesars Arena in Detroit
  • Friday, Aug. 2 — Scotiabank Arena in Toronto
  • Monday, Aug. 5 — Bell Centre in Montreal
  • Wednesday, Aug. 7 — TD Garden in Boston
  • Friday, Aug. 9 — UBS Arena in Belmont Park, New York
  • Saturday, Aug. 10 — Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey
  • Tuesday, Aug. 13 — Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia
  • Wednesday, Aug. 14 — Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.
  • Friday, Aug. 16 — Madison Square Garden in New York City
  • Tuesday, Aug. 20 — Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland
  • Thursday, Aug. 22 — Bridgestone Arena in Nashville
  • Saturday, Aug. 24 — PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Sunday, Aug. 25 — State Farm Arena in Atlanta
  • Tuesday, Aug. 27 — Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida
  • Friday, Aug. 30 — Smoothie King Center in New Orleans
  • Saturday, Aug. 31 — Toyota Center in Houston

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