Thalía will be serenading Americans with her music in less than a month before trekking through Latin America.
The 41-year-old Mexican singer/actress will tour the U.S. cities of Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Houston this spring, according to her record label, Sony Music.
Thalía will perform songs from her most recent album, Habitame siempre on what’s being called the Viva! Tour.
It will begin on March 24 in Chicago and consist of a series of intimate concerts where she’ll perform her new songs and the big hits of her more than 20-year career like “Equivocada,” “Amor a la mexicana,” “Entre el mar y una estrella” and “Arrasando.”
In addition to taking the stage at Chicago’s Vic Theatre, Thalía will make stops at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on March 28, Houston’s Arana Theatre on March 30 and at the Best Buy Theater in New York on April 3.
The tour by Thalía, who has sold more than 40 million albums and has starred in telenovelas like Rosalinda and Quinceañera, will continue on April 26 at Mexico City’s National Auditorium and then proceed through other Latin American countries.
Habitame siempre, released in last November, has gone triple platinum in Mexico and gold in the United States.