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Jennifer Lopez to take the stage in Long Island City Friday night

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June 28, 2017 By Christian Murray

Jennifer Lopez will be taking the stage on the Long Island City waterfront Friday night.

Her performance will take place at Hunters Point South Park and is part of the Macy’s July 4th celebration, a well-placed source told the LIC Post. She is expected to arrive at the park around 5pm with taping planned to take place in the early evening.

The stage will be located adjacent to LIC Landing,

Macy’s is pre-taping Lopez’s performance for its July 4th show.

The Macy’s event is going to be star-studded. Sheryl Crow and Charlie Puth are also set to perform as part of the fireworks spectacular.

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Setting up the stage for Meghan Trainor at last year’s Macy’s fireworks event (Photo: LICPost)

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Licchef

4th of July is crowded and awful… Any Residence that live near waterfront have go through checkpoints, provide proof of residency.

Visitors leave a big mess……

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brooklynmc

For 1 day. There is no line so really all you do is walk by a few cops. No big deal. I enjoy crowds and big events which is part of the reason I like living in NYC. Why would someone who has an incredible view from their apartment of one of the best fireworks shows in the world want to leave for that day? I feel very lucky to be in fireworks central. Going to see the fireworks has always been difficult in the past. Fighting crowds to get a view. Being hot or getting rained on. Now I sit on my balcony. The “big” mess is cleaned up quickly. No big deal.

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MRLIC

Jenny from the block if I remember right filmed a commercial with a background that looked like the Bronx a few years ago. Unfortunately, it was not filmed in the Bronx at all, nor was it filmed in NY at all. Jenny from the block indeed.

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Ginger

It’s not exactly breaking news that sometimes videos are shot in other locations.

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Anonymous

simple. It’s a Shit show. Let’s see what happens that evening with the oversized crowds. Get out if you can.

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brooklynmc

Does anything make you happy? Do you ever stop complaining? Anonymous is the perfect name for you.

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Anonymous

Het BKYMac.
Im Sure your from some boring place in mall strip American, and not a native to Brooklyn . So leave LIC alone. We don’t need $15 dollar coffee’s.
You can cal Me Sir.

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