Jennifer Lopez bringing her birthday Party to Chicago’s United Center

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Jennifer Lopez performs onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City. | Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for MTV

Jennifer Lopez is turning 50 on July 24, and what better way to mark the milestone birthday than with a full-on summer tour across North America.

The 24-city It’s My Party: The Live Celebration Tour kicks off June 7 in Phoenix and arrives at Chicago’s United Center (1901 W. Madison) for concerts on June 30 and July 1.

The tour will also feature the “World of Dance Experience,” featuring dance guest performances by stars from Lopez’s NBC reality/competition series “World of Dance.”

Other stops on the tour include Las Vegas (where Lopez wrapped up her residency last year), Denver, San Diego, Dallas, Detroit, New York and Puerto Rico. This is Lopez’s first tour in six years.

Tickets prices and on-sale dates will be announced at a later date.

Here are the currently scheduled tour dates:

June 7 – Los Angeles @ The Forum

June 8 – Los Angeles @ The Forum

June 10 – San Diego @ Pechanga Arena

June 12 – Sacramento @ Golden 1 Center

June 13 – San Jose @ SAP Center

June 15 – Las Vegas @ T-Mobile Arena

June 16 – Phoenix @ Talking Stick Resort Arena

June 19 – Denver @ Pepsi Center

June 21 – San Antonio @ AT&T Center

June 22 – Hidalgo, TX @ Bert Ogden Arena

June 24 – Dallas @ American Airlines Center

June 25 – Houston @ Toyota Center

June 28 – San Juan, Puerto Rico @ Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jose Miguel Agrelot

June 30 – Chicago @ United Center

July 1 – Chicago @ United Center

July 3 – Milwaukee @ Summerfest

July 5 – Detroit @ Little Caesars Arena

July 7 – Toronto @ Scotiabank Arena

July 8 – Toronto @ Scotiabank Arena

July 10 – Montreal @ Centre Bell

July 12 – New York City @ Madison Square Garden

July 13 – New York City @ Madison Square Garden

July 16 – Mansfield, MA @ Xfinity Center

July 17 – Washington DC @ Capital One Arena

July 19 – Newark @ Prudential Center

July 20 – Philadelphia @ Wells Fargo Center

July 22 – Atlanta @ State Farm Arena

July 23 – Orlando @ Amway Center

July 25 – Miami @ American Airlines Arena

July 26 – Miami @ American Airlines Arena

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