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Ready for J-Lo at Golden 1 Center tonight? Here’s what to know if you plan to go

It’s not quite her birthday, but Jennifer Lopez is bringing the party to Sacramento tonight.

The star’s “It’s My Party” tour hits Golden 1 Center at 8 p.m. Wednesday, ahead of the singer’s 50th birthday July 24.

It’s J. Lo’s first tour since the Sacramento venue opened.

Here’s a last-minute rundown of what you need to know ahead of the concert, whether you’ve got a ticket or want one.

Are tickets still available?

There are still plenty of seats available, according to Ticketmaster. The cheapest started at $59.50 through the site as of early Wednesday afternoon.

Golden 1 Center’s doors will open at 7 p.m. for the show.

What will she be playing?

Wednesday’s show comes one day shy of exactly five years since the pop star and actress released her last album, “A.K.A.” She’ll likely play a mix of older hits, more recent songs and a few covers.

The tour started Friday night in Los Angeles and continued Monday in San Diego.

Here’s the setlist from J. Lo’s second of two L.A. shows, courtesy of entertainment news website Vibe, in order:

  • Medicine
  • Love Don’t Cost A Thing
  • Get Right
  • Dinero
  • I’m Real (Remix)
  • Ain’t It Funny (Remix)
  • Jenny From The Block
  • If You Had My Love
  • Teenage Fever (cover, Drake)
  • Girls
  • Booty
  • Gravity (cover, Sara Bareilles)
  • Limitless
  • Titanium (cover, David Guetta featuring Sia)
  • Ain’t Your Mama
  • All I Have
  • Hold It Don’t Drop It
  • Te Bote 2 (cover, Nio García)
  • Te Guste
  • The Ring (“El Anillo”)
  • Waiting For Tonight
  • Dance Again
  • On The Floor
  • Let’s Get Loud

Where else is J-Lo performing?

If you want to see J-Lo but can’t make the Sacramento show, she’ll continue her tour at the SAP Center in San Jose on Thursday, also 8 p.m.

That’s her last stop in California for the tour, which ends its U.S. dates July 27 in Miami, three days after her actual birthday. J-Lo will also perform in Russia, Turkey and Egypt in August, according to her website.

In a tiny bit of irony, the “It’s My Party” tour doesn’t include a performance on the star’s birthday.

Michael McGough anchors The Sacramento Bee’s breaking news reporting team, covering public safety and other local stories. A Sacramento native and lifelong capital resident, he interned at The Bee while attending Sacramento State, where he earned a degree in journalism.