Jennifer Lopez will perform in Montreal in August

Jennifer Lopez has announced her return to the stage after a five-year hiatus, and good news for Quebecers: she'll be making a stop at the Bell Center in Montreal on Monday, August 5, 2024.

Produced by Live Nation, Tour This is me… now Passes through 34 cities in North America: 32 in the US, two in Canada, namely Toronto (August 2) and Montreal.

The highly anticipated tour kicks off on June 26 in Orlando, Florida and wraps up in Houston, Texas on August 31. In the program: songs from the new album It's me… Now, It will be released on February 16 and, of course, the success of his repertoire.

This is me… now The singer's ninth studio album, first in 10 years. In January, Jennifer Lopez released the first single from the album. Can't get enough, before delivering a new version last week, this time with American rapper Lotto. To mark the release of her album, Jennifer Lopez produced the film This Is Me… Now: A Love Story, Its screenplay was written by her husband Ben Affleck. And the film will release on Amazon Prime on February 16.

In a press release, Jennifer Lopez's summer tour, the first since 2019, brought in more than $50 million.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, February 20th at 9am local time at the JLo fan club. An additional pre-sale will be held during the week, starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 23, until the general sale.

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