Prince Royce Reveals U.S. Dates For the FIVE World Tour

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Latin superstar Prince Royce isn't wasting any time.

After releasing his latest album FIVE on Friday, just three days later, he announced that he will be touring the United States this summer as part of his FIVE World Tour; which means U.S. fans won't be waiting too long to watch him perform hits from his first five albums.

The U.S. leg of the FIVE World Tour kicks off on June 29th in Laredo, Texas and will make twenty-one stops throughout the country.

Tickets go on sale this Friday on and, with several pre-sales to take place beforehand.

As its title suggests, FIVE is Royce's fifth career album and his fourth bachata production.

The album's deluxe version contains 18 original songs written or co-written by the artist as well as produced by Royce, alongside D'Lesly "Dice" Lora, with whom he has collaborated on all his bachata albums.

FIVE's standard version features 12 of the tracks.

FIVE is preceded by three hit singles "Culpa Al Corazon", "La Carretera" and "Moneda" and includes a plethora of wonderful collabs with Shakira, Zendaya, Chris Brown, SpiffTV, Farruko, Gente de Zona, Gerardo Ortiz and Arturo Sandoval.

Last week, Royce and Shakira released latest single "Deja Vu," the fourth album single. Royce joined forces with the global multi-platinum singer-songwriter to perform this song that will undoubtedly be one of the greatest hits of 2017.

Royce and Shakira recently shot the song's official music video with renowned director Jaume de Laiguana. The video will premiere in March.

Confirmed Prince Royce FIVE World Tour U.S. Dates

Thursday, June 29th

Laredo, TX

Laredo Energy Arena

Friday, June 30th

Hidalgo, TX

State Farm Arena

Saturday, July 1st

Houston, TX

Woodlands Amphitheater

Sunday, July 2nd

Dallas, TX

Music Hall at Fair Park

Thursday, July 6th

El Paso, TX

El Paso County Coliseum

Friday, July 7th

Albuquerque, NM

Sandia Casino

Saturday, July 8th

Phoenix, AZ

Comerica Theatre

Sunday, July 9th

San Diego, CA

Open Air Theatre

Wednesday, July 12th

San Jose, CA

Events Center

Thursday, July 13th

Fresno, CA

Save Mart Center

Friday, July 14th

Las Vegas, NV

The Joint

Saturday, July 15th

Los Angeles, CA

Greek Theatre

Wednesday, July 19th

Denver, CO

The Fillmore Auditorium

Friday, July 21st

Milwaukee, WI

Riverside Theatre

Saturday, July 22nd

Chicago, IL

Aragon Ballroom

Sunday, July 23rd

Grand Rapids, MI

20 Monroe Live!

Tuesday, July 25th

Boston, MA

House of Blues

Wednesday, July 26th

New York, NY

Theater at MSG

Thursday, July 27th

Washington, DC

MGM National Harbor

Saturday, July 29th

Orlando, FL

Amway Center

Sunday, July 30th

Miami, FL

Bayfront Park Amphitheater

*Additional dates may be added.