There won't be significant lunar tides. The moon will become fixed at one location above the Earth. The tidal forces that drive the resonant water flows that we call "tides" will be fixed. The moon will no longer drive the tides.
But the Earth won't be tidally locked to the sun, so solar tides will still occur. These are smaller in range, and by this point the Earth will be rotating much more slowly, each day would be well over a month long. There would be tidal forces from the sun, but the tides would be much slower.
This won't happen for 50 billion years or so, so it isn't something that will actually occur. The real Earth will continue to have tides until the oceans dry up under the effect of a brightening and expanding sun.