Marc Anthony Announces Tour of Latin America, US and Australia

Marc Anthony performs during the Commander-In-Chief's Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C.

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Marc Anthony, whose salsa single "Vivir Mi Vida" is No. 1 on the Billboard Latin Hot Latin songs chart, will kick off an extensive tour in Latin America, the United States, and Australia starting August 8. 

Tickets for the singer's Sept. 10 show at Wolftrap in Vienna, VA are now available, with seats for the rest of the U.S. shows going on sale to the general public Thursday (June 20). A presale for some dates starts Wednesday on the Ticketmaster website.  

The "Vivir Mi Vida" tour, announced Monday by tour promoter Cardenas Marketing Network, takes Anthony to 15 countries, starting with a concert in Medellin, Colombia. He comes to Miami's American Airlines Arena Aug. 23 for the first U.S. concert of the tour. See all dates below. 

Anthony's long-awaited new salsa album, which his publicist confirmed will be titled "3.0," releases on July 23 (Sony U.S. Latin).

"This new tour, 'Vivir Mi Vida,' is extremely special because it gives me the opportunity to present songs from my first production of original music in almost 10 years," Anthony said through the tour promoter. "I am really excited to meet again with all my fans and look forward to sharing with them my music's journey."

Dates for Marc Anthony's "Vivir Mi Vida" Tour

8/6/13
Medellin, Colombia,
Estadio de Envigado

8/9/13
Bogota, Colombia
Estadio Simon Bolivar

8/14/13
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Estadio Aguilera

8/17/13
Callao, Peru
Estadio Miguel Grau 

8/23/13
Miami, FL
American Airlines Arena 

8/24/13
Miami, FL
American Airlines Arena 

8/25/13
Orlando, FL
Amway Center

8/30/13, Curaçao
Curaçao, North Sea Jazz Festival 

9/1/13
Long Island, NY
Nassau Coliseum 

9/5/13
Houston, TX
Toyota Center

9/7/13
Rosemont, IL
Allstate Arena

9/8/13
Toronto, Canada
Venue TBA 

9/10/13
Vienna, VA
Filene Center, Wolf Trap 

9/13/13
Las Vegas, NV
Mandalay Bay 

9/14/13
Tucson, AZ
Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre

9/20/13
Cali, Colombia
Rumbodromo del Sur

9/21/13
Bucaramanga, Colombia
Plaza de Toros 

9/27/13
Oakland, CA
Oracle Arena 

9/28/13
Los Angeles, CA
Nokia Theatre

9/29/13, Los Angeles, CA
Nokia Theatre 

10/4/13
San, Juan, Puerto Rico
José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum

10/5/13
San Juan, Puerto Rico
José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum

10/15/13
Panama City, Panama
Estadio Roberto Duran 

10/19/13
Guadalajara, Mexico
Arena VFG 

10/23/13
Mexico City
Auditorio Nacional 

10/24/13
Mexico City
Auditorio Nacional 

10/25/13
Mexico City
Auditorio Nacional 

11/1/13
Cuenca, Ecuador
Estadio Serrano Aguilar 

11/2/13
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Explanada Feria de Duran 

11/6/13
Santiago, Chile
Arena Movistar 

11/8/13
Mostazal, Chile
Casino Monticello 

11/10/13
Asuncion, Paraguay
Club Olimpia

11/14/13
Montevideo, Uruguay
Estadio Centenario

11/16/13
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Estadio Geba

11/17/13
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Estadio Geba 

11/19/13
Lima, Peru
Estadio Nacional de Lima

12/3/13
Maracaibo, Venezuela

12/4/13
Valencia, Venezuela
Forum 

12/5/13
Caracas, Venezuela
Poliedro 

12/12/13
Brisbane, Australia
Brisbane Entertainment Center 

12/13/13
Sydney, Australia
Sydney Entertainment Center 

12/15/13
Melbourne, Australia
Hisense Arena 

12/18/13
Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide Entertainment Center

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