Pitbull and AEG Live will bring his "Mr. Worldwide's Carnaval" tour to cities across the U.S. this summer, in what will be the bilingual rapper's biggest domestic tour to date.

The U.S. tour starts May 25 at Denver's 1stBank Center. The club, theater and arena shows have an average capacity of 3,400 people and will likely have an opening act to be determined.

In keeping with the Carnaval theme, the production will include Brazilian dancers as well as a live band; merch will be handled by Bandmerch. Pitbull will be touring in between the releases of his Spanish album, “Armando,” slated for release sometime in June on Mr. 305/Sony Latin, and his English follow-up on Mr. 305/Polo Grounds/RCA, which will likely come out in the fall, according to manager Charles Chavez.

"I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" is at No. 22 this week on Billboard's Hot 100 Recurrent Airplay chart. Pitbull also has four songs on this week's Latin Rhythm digital songs chart: "I Know You Want Me" (at No. 1); "Watagatapitusberry," featuring Sensato del Patio, Black Point, Lil Jon and El Cata; "Culo," featuring Lil Jon; and "Blanco," featuring Pharrell. His "Egoista," with Mexican pop singer Belinda, is No. 40 on Hot Latin Songs.

The tour will be heavily marketed with consistent imagery across English and Spanish media, and will include heavy street team and club promotion.

"He is very much that universal party act," says Rebeca Leon, VP of Latin talent for AEG Live/Goldenvoice. "Because he’s so universal and he plays to so many audiences, it’s very hard to put your arms around it. It’s a blessing but you have to be really savvy."

Another key part of the tour strategy is low ticket prices, at an average of $34, according to Leon. Another idea in the works? Afterparties, in which fans can buy an add-on to their ticket for the chance to party with Pit at a club after the concert.

Chavez says Pitbull has grown out of the club circuit, where he had made "a decent amount of money." But for bigger venues, "his price went down to prove he could sell tickets," says Chavez.

Pitbull's U.S. trek will include additional dates at Six Flags parks in Connecticut, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, Atlanta and Charlotte. Pitbull will perform at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Telemundo on April 29 in the midst of an international tour that will take him to Australia, Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Cara Lewis and Michel Vega at William Morris Endeavor Entertainment represented Pitbull in booking his tour. Lewis books Pitbull's US dates and Vega handles dates outside the US.

Here are Pitbull’s U.S. tour dates:

May 25-Denver 1stBank Center
May 27-San Diego Sports Arena
May 28-Los Angeles Nokia Theatre
May 29-San Francisco Warfield
May 30-Las Vegas Beach at Mandalay Bay
May 31-Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
June 4-El Paso El Paso Coliseum
June 5-Laredo Laredo Events Center
June 6-McAllen Kai
June 9-Corpus Christi Concrete Street Amp
June 10-Houston Club Escapade
June 11-Dallas Nokia Theatre
June 12-Austin Austin Music Hall
June 16-Virginia Beach NorVA
June 17-Charlotte Six Flags
June 18-Atlanta Six Flags
June 19-Orlando Universal
June 22-Jackson, NJ Six Flags
June 23-Springfield, Mass. Six Flags
June 24-New York City Nokia Theatre
June 25-Washington, DC Six Flags
June 26-Detroit Royal Oak Theatre
June 27-Chicago Aragon Ballroom
June 28-Milwaukee Summerfest