Detroit, mark your calendars and get ready to experience the ultimate night of music, glamour, and pure entertainment as the one and only Jennifer Lopez graces the stage in Michigan.

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Prepare to be swept off your feet as the iconic diva herself brings her electrifying "This is Me...Now: The Tour" to the heart of the Motor City. With chart-topping hits, mesmerizing choreography, and a stage presence that's second to none, J.Lo promises to deliver a show-stopping performance that will leave you breathless and begging for more.

From "On The Floor" to "Let's Get Loud," "Ain't it Funny" to "I'm Glad", Jennifer Lopez's catalog of hits spans decades and transcends genres, making her a true global superstar with fans spanning every corner of the globe. The superstar will also give fans new songs from her latest album, including “Can’t Get Enough.”

The "This is Me...Now: The Tour" will mark J. Lo's first tour in five years, and will kick off June 26th in Orlando, Florida, at the Kia Center, and yes, she will be heading to Detroit.

When Will J.Lo Bring Her Tour to Detroit?

Jennifer Lopez will take the stage on July 31st at Little Caesars Arena. Tickets for the "This Is Me...Now the Tour" go on sale Friday, Feb. 23, at 10 a.m. local time at

There will be three presale events: the J.Lo Fan Club presale, the Citi presale as well as the Verizon presale. Those in the J. Lo fan club will see their presale begin Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 9:00 a.m.

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