Jennifer Lopez Cancels Shows in Seven Cities—Axes Nashville Stop

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Ticket sales for Jennifer Lopez’s first tour in five years may not be what the performer hoped. Tour dates for “This Is Me…Now The Tour” have been axed in seven cities across the United States—no longer stopping at Nashville at all.

According to Ticketmaster’s website, dates for the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on August 24 have been canceled. Other canceled dates were found in New Orleans, Raleigh, Atlanta, Houston, Cleveland, and Tampa. The event organizer has canceled the dates, with no listed reason for the cancellations. Anyone who bought tickets for these dates will be automatically refunded.

Jennifer Lopez first announced her tour in February 2024, while dropping her new album This Is Me….Now as a 16-track deluxe record. The tour was supposed to end on August 30 at the Smoothie King Center in Houston, but with that date canceled the tour is being cut short. Her final two shows will now happen at Madison Square Garden in New York on August 16 & 17.

The upcoming tour will feature Lopez’s full body of work including hits like “On The Floor,” “Let’s Get Loud,” and “Jenny From the Block.” Her most recent tour took place before the pandemic in 2019 and sold out venues across the country.

Jennifer Lopez also teamed up with Amazon to release a movie version of her life that she spent $20 million on creating called ‘This Is Me… Now: A Love Story.’ In the full-length musical, Jennifer Lopez plays herself—though the story strays far from reality. The movie was a blip on the social radar as most people asked “what the hell is this?” and then moved on.

In a recent interview with Variety, Lopez confirmed she’s hoping to step back into the spotlight now that Taylor Swift and Beyonce have had their time in the sun. She says the new album is part of a “three-pronged attack on the world’s senses.” The other prongs of that attack include that Amazon original musical film we mentioned, and then a documentary about the making of that film.