Marc Anthony to spend the rest of the year on world tour
Latin pop performer Marc Anthony continues drumming up support for his summertime album, "3.0," with a U.S. trek through the end of this month.
The multiple Grammy winner continues his in-progress "Vivir Mi Vida" journey with a show tonight (9/4) in McAllen, TX, and pushes through six more arenas before wrapping up with two shows in Los Angeles Sept. 28-29.
Anthony will finish out the remainder of the year touring across South America and parts of Australia.
"3.0," Anthony's 11th studio album, surfaced in July via Sony Music Latin. The 10-track set, which follows 2010's "Iconos," marks the musician's first original salsa album in more than a decade. The record peaked at No. 5 on The Billboard 200 and at the top of the magazine's Top Latin Albums and Top Tropical Albums chart.
4 - McAllen, TX - State Farm Arena
5 - Houston, TX - Toyota Center
7 - Chicago, IL - Allstate Arena
10 - Vienna, VA - Wolf Trap Festival
13 - Las Vegas, NV - The Pearl
14 - Tucson, AZ - Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre
27 - Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena
28, 29 - Los Angeles, CA - Nokia Theatre
4, 5 - San Juan, Puerto Rico - Coliseo de Puerto Rico
16 - Panama City, Panama - Roberto Duran Arena
19 - Guadalajara, Mexico - Arena VFG
23-25 - Mexico City, Mexico - Auditorio Nacional
1 - Cuenca, Ecuador - Estadio Serrano Aguilar
2 - Guayaquil, Ecuador - Feria de Duran
6 - Santiago, Chile - Movistar Arena
8 - Santiago, Chile - Monticello Grand Casino
10 - Asuncion, Paraguay - Estadio Olimpia
14 - Montevideo, Uruguay - Estadio Centenario
16, 17 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio GEBA
19 - Lima, Peru - Estadio Nacional
3 - Maracaibo, Venezuela - Palacio de los Eventos
4 - Valencia, Venezuela - Forum de Valencia
5 - Caracas, Venezuela - Poliedro de Caracas
12 - Boondall, Australia - Brisbane Entertainment Centre
13 - Darling Harbour, Australia - Sydney Entertainment Centre
15 - Melbourne, Australia - Hisense Arena
18 - Hindmarsh, Australia - Adelaide Entertainment Centre