Austin Mahone's long-awaited debut album finally has an official title and release date, just in time for his 18th birthday today. "The Secret" will be shared on May 27, and following the album release, the pop star will embark on a North American headlining tour.
Mahone has previewed his debut release with the single "Mmm Yeah" featuring Pitbull, and has worked with RedOne and Max Martin in recent months. Last year, the Texas native made his Hot 100 debut with the track "What About Love," and told Billboard in December that he was anxiously trying to finish up his debut.
"This is for my Mahomies," Mahone said in a statement. "Thank you for supporting me and sticking with me all this time. I couldn't think of a better way to celebrate my birthday than to be able to announce new music and a huge tour for all you guys!"
The MTV Presents Austin Mahone tour -- which follows Mahone's Artist To Watch Award win at last year's MTV Video Music Awards -- will be the teen's biggest live run to date, with the Vamps, Fifth Harmony, Shawn Mendes and Alex Angelo serving as support on select dates. The trek begins on July 25 with a hometown show at the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio.
Check out the full tour itinerary below:
July 25 -- San Antonio, TX (Freeman Coliseum)
July 26 -- Houston, TX (NRG Arena -- formerly Reliant Arena)
July 27 -- Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie)
July 29 -- Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theatre)
July 30 -- Los Angeles, CA (Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE)
July 31 -- Las Vegas, NV (The Joint @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)
August 2 -- San Jose, CA (Event Ctr. at San Jose State Univ.)
August 4 -- Redmond, WA (Marymoor Park Amphitheatre)
August 6 -- West Valley City, UT (Maverik Center)
August 7 -- Broomfield, CO (1stBank Center)
August 9 -- Milwaukee, WI ()Eagles Ballroom
August 10 -- Minneapolis, MN (U.S. Bank Theatre at Target Center)
August 13 -- Toronto, ON (T.D. Echo Beach)
August 16 -- Manchester, NH (Verizon Wireless Arena)
August 19 -- Baltimore, MD (Pier Six Pavilion)
August 20 -- E. Rutherford, NJ (Izod Center)
August 21 -- Philadelphia, PA (The Mann)
August 26 -- Pittsburgh, PA (Stage AE Outdoors)
August 27 -- Cincinnati, OH (U.S. Bank Arena)
August 29 -- Greensboro, NC (White Oak Amphitheatre)
August 30 -- Charleston, SC (Family Circle Stadium)
August 31 -- Simpsonville, SC (Charter Amphitheatre)
September 2 -- Birmingham, AL (Boutwell Auditorium)
September 5 -- St. Louis MO (The Fabulous Fox Theatre)
September 6 -- Whites Creek, TN (The Woods at Fontanel)
September 9 -- Cleveland, OH (Wolstein Center)