Why did Jennifer Lopez cancel the ‘This is Me Now’ tour? – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Bronx-born pop star Jennifer Lopez has announced she is canceling her “This is Me….Live” tour.

Representatives for Live Nation announced Friday that Lopez was “taking time to be with her children, family and close friends.”

The cancellation comes amid weeks of speculation about a split after Lopez appeared solo at the 2024 Met Gala and then reports surfaced that she and husband Ben Affleck were living apart. Lopez and Affleck were seen together in Los Angeles on May 30 and neither directly addressed the status of their relationship.


Lopez made the following statement to her “JLovers”:

“My heart is completely aching and I’m devastated that I let you down. Please know that I wouldn’t do this if I didn’t think it was absolutely necessary. I promise I’ll make it up to you and we’ll all be together again. I love you all so much.

Lopez is scheduled to kick off her tour June 26 in Orlando and after a date in Miami, she will bring her “The is Me… Live” tour to Texas in July. Lopez was scheduled to perform five concerts during two trips to the Lone Star State.

Below is the full list of canceled concerts:

  • June 26: Orlando, Kia Center
  • June 28: Miami, Kaseya Center
  • July 2nd : Austin, Moody Center
  • July 3: Edinburg, Texas, Bert Ogden Arena
  • July the 5th : San Antonio, Frost Bank Center
  • July 6: Dallas, American Airlines Center
  • July 9th : Phoenix, Imprint Center
  • 11 July : Los Angeles, Kia Forum
  • July 13: Anaheim, Honda Center
  • July 16: San Francisco, Chase Center
  • July 17: Sacramento, Golden 1 Center
  • July 19: Palm Springs, Acrisure Arena
  • July 20: Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena
  • 22nd of July : Denver, ball arena
  • July 24: Tulsa, BOK Center
  • July 26: Rosemont, IL, Allstate Arena
  • July 27: Indianapolis, Gainbridge Fieldhouse
  • July 30: Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
  • July 31 : Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
  • August 2nd : Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
  • 5 August : Montreal, Quebec, Bell Center
  • August 7: Boston, TD Garden
  • August 9: Belmont Park, New York, UBS Arena
  • August 10: Newark, Prudential Center
  • August 13: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
  • August 14: Washington, DC, Capital One Arena
  • August 16: New York, Madison Square Garden
  • 20 August : Cleveland, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
  • August 22: Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
  • August 24: Raleigh, PNC Arena
  • August 25: Atlanta, State Farm Arena
  • August 27: Tampa, Amalie Arena
  • August 30: New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
  • August 31 : Houston, Toyota Center


If you purchased your tickets through Ticketmaster, you don’t need to do anything, your tickets will be automatically refunded.

If you purchased tickets from third parties such as SeatGeek, StubHub or VividSeats, Live National recommends contacting the point of purchase for further instructions.

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