Jennifer Lopez’s This Is Me…Now Tour: How to Find Affordable Tickets Online

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J.Lovers, get ready! Advance presale tickets for Jennifer Lopez’s This Is Me…Now: The Tour went on sale on Tuesday morning (Feb. 20).

Tickets are available at Ticketmaster, Vivid Seats, StubHub, Seat Geek and

Lopez’s first tour in nearly five years launches June 26 at the Kia Center in Orlando. The tour will stop in Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Montreal, Toronto and more cities across North America, including New York City, where the Bronx native will take the stage at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 16.

Read on for details on how to get tickets and how much they cost.



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Where to Get Tickets

Advance presale tickets to the This Is Me…Now: The Tour became available Tuesday at 9 a.m. local time. Presale tickets are available via the On the JLo Fan Club, Verizon Up and Citi card.  

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VIP packages include the Ultimate JLo Meet and Greet Package, the Gold JLo Lounge Package, the Can’t Get Enough VIP Pit Package and the Silver J.Lo Merch package.

How to Get Tickets at StubHub

Looking for cheap tickets? Resale tickets for the tour are currently available at SeatGeek, Vivid Seats and StubHub, averaging around $60-$100 for the cheapest tickets.

If you want to be in the building for opening night, you’ll have to act fast. Tickets for the Orlando show are selling fast at StubHub (and Vivid Seats).

Prices start at $42 to $370 for the most affordable seats. However, most of the good seats are priced between $255-$400.

Want to get even closer to the stage? It’ll cost around $450 for the more affordably priced tickets. Some of the more expensive tickets that we’ve seen online are priced from around $700 to over $1,000 (some tickets are going for as much as $1,500 each).

If you’re looking to save money on concert tickets, it’s usually better to buy tickets early — unless you enjoy the thrill of waiting until the last minute. As demand increases, ticket prices for cities like Las Vegas, New York, Los Angeles and Miami could end up being more expensive than smaller cities such as Rosemont, Ill., and Edinburg, Texas.

Right now, most of the tickets are around the same price, regardless of the city, but prices are subject to change as the tour gets closer.

How to Get Tickets at SeatGeek

SeatGeek usually offers cheaper tickets than most of the other resale sites, but not by very much. Although tickets start as low as $39, many of the good seats are priced from $250-$350, while the more expensive tickets are priced from around $400 to $1000+.

How to Get Tickets at Vivid Seats

At Vivid Seats, tickets start as low as $40 to $77 for the cheapest seats, but the brunt of tickets cost around $255-$400. If you’re waiting for a good deal, now’s your chance to secure tickets at a decent price.

Use code BB2024 to save $20 off when you spend $200 or more at Vivid Seats.

The upcoming tour will be Lopez’s first jaunt since 2019. The “Rebound” singer announced the tour on Feb. 16, a day before dropping her new album, This Is Me Now... and the film This Is Me Now: A Love Story.

Next up, Lopez is slated to perform tracks from her new album along with some of her previous hits in Los Angeles on Thursday. The concert will stream live on Apple Music and Apple TV+.

Lopez’s new documentary, The Greatest Love Story Never Told, premieres Feb. 27 on Prime Video.