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Tini Announces Dates for Her First U.S. Tour

Tini is now extending her success in Latin America to the U.S. On Friday (April 28), the Argentine pop star announced the dates for her first tour of the States.

After releasing her fourth album Cupido last February, Tini has experienced a breakthrough with her music career in the U.S. The LP became her first placement on a Billboard chart in the States when it cracked the top 10 of the Latin Pop Albums list. Cupido was also certified Platinum in the U.S. Now, she is getting ready to embark on her first solo tour in the country.

The Tini Tour will kick off in L.A. on Halloween. She will headline her first show at Microsoft Theatre on Oct. 31. Tini will then head to Miami, FL, on Nov. 2 to perform at the Kaseya Center. Her tour will wrap up in New York, NY, on Nov. 3. She will hit the stage at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday, May 3, at 7 p.m. local time. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on May 5. 

After the tour announcement, Tini’s fans expressed their excitement online. “Tini is going to bring her tour to the United States,” wrote one fan in Spanish. “What Argentine pride.” Another fan wrote, “The best is yet to come. Tini I am very happy for all your achievements and your tour in the USA.”

Tini’s Cupido album included major collaborations, so maybe those artists might appear as special guests on her tour. Becky G and Anitta featured on the song “La Loto.” Fellow Argentine singer María Becerra joined her for their global smash “Miénteme.” 

“They’ve inspired me so much in my career,” Tini told Remezcla about the women on her LP. “To have a song with them is a very big honor. Beyond our friendship, on a professional level, they’re artists that I admire so much. It’s a great honor to share music with these women.”

Tini’s album also included a collaboration with Steve Aoki. He featured on “Muñecas” with Tini and La Joaqui. She also scored a global hit by herself with the cumbia banger “La Triple T.”