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Tonight might have a chance to be sold out. Other than those bad seats to the sides of the stage there are few tickets left. It’s odd they opened a standing GA section all the way up behind the bleachers, but only for the first show. They didn’t open it for tomorrow, maybe cause there are still I’d say 1000 tickets available.
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Jennifer Lopez, during a May performance on NBC"s "Today" show. (Noam Galai/Getty Images)As far as birthday bashes go, Jennifer Lopez throws one hell of a party. Her dazzling celebration via her It’s My Party tour arrived at United Center on Saturday, the first of two consecutive Chicago dates. There was lively music, nonstop dancing, lights, streamers, balloons, confetti and myriad vibrant costumes.The artist is on the road to celebrate turning 50 in July, a landmark occasion worthy of a grand fête, though in the entertainment world, sexism and ageism have hampered careers. But Lopez impressively defies convention. Few have navigated a career that spans dancing, film, TV, music and fashion so seamlessly, which were all on spectacular display on Saturday.Her DJ-hypeman and troupes from the Lopez executive produced “World of Dance” TV competition series that she also judges warmed up the crowd with acrobatic moves. She purposely arrived a tad late to her own party – a video played clips of her aspirations and rise before showing her napping and being woken for showtime. And she made a grand entrance. Lopez descended to the stage, arriving from above seated in a sparkling circle that was attached to a wine glass chandelier.Though Lopez hasn’t released an album since 2014′s “A.K.A.,” she’s unveiled singles since and the set traversed her 20-year music career. Lopez led with the recent, high-octane “Medicine,” its horn melodies and handclaps signaling that this party was meant to get everyone grooving, and that they did. Her recent multilingual song with Cardi B and DJ Khaled, “Dinero,” also dovetailed well alongside hits that included “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” “All I Have” and “Waiting for Tonight.”Her upbeat numbers showcased one of her strongest assets, the dancing that served as her first major break as a Fly Girl on “In Living Color,” and the overall show was as much about her choreographed moves as it was about music. While the party was hopping from the get-go, she saved some of her best material for the last hour. Lopez reflected on her breakout role portraying the titular “Selena,” the biopic on the slain Tejano singer and she performed a rousing section of “Si Una Vez.” It was followed by her anthemic Sia co-penned “Limitless,” which included singing a snippet of “Titanium,” before her daughter Emme joined her to sing the outro.Highlights also came by way of Lopez"s Spanish-sung section, which included her performing her parts from the reggaeton-flavored "Te Boté 2" remix as well as "El Anillo." She gave a fierce delivery of the song about having everything but that ring around her finger, enhanced by her adept band"s Brazilian funk beats.Lopez encored with “Let’s Get Loud.” She appeared atop a rising set-piece cake, triumphantly making the case to celebrate accomplishments well done at any age.https://www.chicagotribune.com/entertai ... story.html