Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez Announces ‘It’s My Party: The Live Celebration’ Tour

Fresh off her Motown tribute at the Grammys, Jennifer Lopez is returning to the road on her first tour in over six years.

In honor of her 50th birthday, the global superstar has announced “It’s My Party: The Live Celebration” tour, which will travel to 25 cities across North America this summer.

Produced by Live Nation, the two-month arena trek will kick off June 7 in Los Angeles and make stops in Las Vegas, Houston, Chicago, New York, and more, before wrapping July 26 in Miami.

J.Lo made the big announcement during an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” “This summer, I decided I wanted to do something big for my birthday,” she said. “I’m going on a U.S. tour. It’s the ‘It’s My Party’ tour and we’re gonna celebrate.”

According to a press release, fans can expect a “signature Jennifer Lopez show each night featuring her distinctive choreography and dancers, incredible production and set design, dazzling wardrobe, and a non-stop party mix of new and classic J.Lo anthems.”

The tour will also feature the “World of Dance Experience” featuring surprise dance guest performances by contestants from J.Lo’s NBC dance show “World of Dance.”

Last year, J.Lo wrapped her “All I Have” Las Vegas residency, which grossed more than $100 million in ticket sales during its three-year run.

Tickets will go on sale soon. See dates below.

It’s My Party: The Live Celebration Tour Dates

June 7 – Los Angeles – The Forum
June 8 – Los Angeles – The Forum
June 10 – San Diego – Pechanga Arena
June 12 – Sacramento – Golden 1 Center
June 13 – San Jose – SAP Center
June 15 – Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena
June 16 – Phoenix – Talking Stick Resort Arena
June 19 – Denver – Pepsi Center
June 21 – San Antonio – AT&T Center
June 22 – Hidalgo, TX – Bert Ogden Arena
June 24 – Dallas – American Airlines Center
June 25 – Houston – Toyota Center
June 28 – San Juan, Puerto Rico – Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jose Miguel Agrelot
June 30 – Chicago – United Center
July 1 – Chicago – United Center
July 3 – Milwaukee – Summerfest
July 5 – Detroit – Little Caesars Arena
July 7 – Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
July 8 – Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
July 10 – Montreal – Centre Bell
July 12 – New York City – Madison Square Garden
July 13 – New York City – Madison Square Garden
July 16 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center
July 17 – Washington DC – Capital One Arena
July 19 – Newark – Prudential Center
July 20 – Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
July 22 – Atlanta – State Farm Arena
July 23 – Orlando – Amway Center
July 25 – Miami – American Airlines Arena
July 26 – Miami – American Airlines Arena