Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos, a crooner whose renditions in Spanish made him a rare Brazilian superstar in the Latin realm, is celebrating his 50 years in the music industry with an extensive world tour. It began in Brazil and Latin America and now launches a second leg April at Miami's American Airlines arena.

In this second part of the tour, Carlos will visit 16 cities in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and Peru. Last year, Carlos performed more than 24 concerts in 20 cities, including his hometown of Espírito Santo, Brazil, where hadn't performed in over 14 years.

This new leg of Carlos' tour is presented by Valiente Concerts, with AEG co-promoting shows in San Diego and Los Angeles, and CMN co-promoting in Chicago.

Carlos will also release his first Spanish language album in more than decade this coming June, Billboard has learned. A first single, titled "Amor Sin Limite," produced by Roberto Livi, will go to radio March 24.

The tour dates:
April 6: Festival Cultural Zacatecas, Zacatecas Mexico
April 10: Miami (American Airlines Arena)
April 14: Bosto (Agganis Arena)
April 16: New York (Radio City Music Hall)
May 4: Lima, Peru (Estadio Explanada Monumental)
May 8: Mexico DF (Auditorio Nacional)
May 13: Guadalajara, Mexico
May 15: Monterrey (Arena de Monterrey)
May 22: Chicago (Rosemont Theater)
May 23: Toronto (Massey Hall)
May 26: San Diego (San Diego Sports Arena)
May 28: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)
May 29: Los Angeles (Nokia Theater)
May 30: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
June 3: San Jose, Costa Rica (Ricardo Saprisa)
June 5: Panama City, Panama (Arena Roberto Durán)