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Jennifer Lopez cancels her summer tour

Jennifer Lopez cancels her summer tour

Jennifer Lopez has canceled her “This Is Me… Live” summer tour to spend more time with her family, and feels “deeply saddened” by the decision, the singer announced to her fans in her newsletter on Friday.

“Representatives of [tour promoter] Live Nation announced today that Jennifer Lopez’s 2024 US summer tour “THIS IS ME…LIVE” has been cancelled, citing… “Jennifer is taking time off to be with her children, family and close friends,” the announcement reads.

“For those who purchased through Ticketmaster, tickets will be automatically refunded – there is nothing else fans need to do. For those who purchased through third party resale sites such as SeatGeek, StubHub, VividSeats, etc. – please contact your point of purchase Contact us for more details.

It continues: “Special message to My JLovers OnTheJLo:
“I feel so sad and devastated that I let you down.
“Please know that I wouldn’t do this if I didn’t feel it was absolutely necessary. I promise I will make it up to you and we will be together again.”
“I love you all so much.
“Until next time…”

The news doesn’t come as a complete surprise, as the tour has been plagued with reports of poor ticket sales and many unsold seats on ticketing sites.

Various media reports stated that the need to spend family time was necessary amid reports of her separation from her husband, Ben Affleck; The singer’s representatives did not comment on the reports.

Sources close to Lopez insisted that the tour was not canceled due to poor ticket sales, despite reports and seating charts, and pointed to strong sales in markets such as Newark, Orlando, Miami, Chicago, Anaheim and Toronto. However, seating charts for several other dates showed very poor sales.

After canceling seven dates on the tour — her first North American outing in five years — in April, Lopez quietly renamed it to seemingly broaden its scope, changing it from “This Is Me… Now” to “This Is Me… Live.” |.Most famous.”

Lopez announced her trip last February to coincide with the release of her latest album, “This Is Me… Now,” and the two accompanying films, which celebrated her meeting with Affleck. But it quietly canceled some of its dates last month in cities like Cleveland and Nashville, likely due to weak sales. The rebrand proposed a pivot from a tour focusing on the new album’s songs to one that would span her discography, a move that was meant to attract listeners who had not connected with her latest material.

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