Jennifer Lopez cancels multiple tour dates amid poor ticket sales

Jennifer Lopez has canceled seven dates of her first North American tour in five years, in support of her new album “This Is Me… Now” and the two accompanying films.

The August 20-31 dates in Cleveland, Nashville, Raleigh, Atlanta, Tampa, New Orleans and Houston were listed as canceled on Ticketmaster sometime Wednesday; The Cleveland and Houston dates appear to have been removed from the itinerary earlier, as they were part of the tour's itinerary originally announced on February 24 but are no longer on the site at all. ShThe itinerary is dated She can be found on her social media accounts.

While the The tour is still scheduled For a 30-strong show, large numbers of tickets on most tour dates remain unsold, according to seating charts on Ticketmaster.com. Although these charts are not always completely accurate, for most dates the blue (available) portions of the seating charts are substantially larger than the gray (unavailable) portions.

The album, tour and two films are part of a three-part, self-funded $20 million multimedia project diverse She was profiled in a recent cover article titled “Lopez's Life as a Romance Series” in connection with her reunion with actor Ben Affleck, whom she married in 2022 nearly two decades after the superstar couple split in the wake of their failed 2003 romantic comedy. “Giggle.”

The artist's representative did not immediately respond diverseRequest for comment; The cancellation notice simply reads, “Unfortunately, the event organizer has had to cancel your event. No action is required to obtain a refund.”

The cancellations come after Lopez's new album – her first in a decade – titled “This Is Me…Now,” debuted at a disappointing No. 38 on the Billboard 200 last month.

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The project, which also includes the musical “This Is Me…Now: A Love Story” and the documentary “The Greatest Love Story Never Told,” seems intended to be a statement that love conquers all.

“Everyone thought I was crazy,” Lopez said. diverse. “And by the way, I thought I was crazy.”

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