Prince Royce is embracing his classics…
The 32-year-old Dominica American bachata star has announced an upcoming 11-date “greatest hits” trek that he’s called the Classic Tour.
“I am thrilled to be able to share the Classic Tour with all of my fans who have been there for me unconditionally since the very beginning of my career,” said Price Royce in a statement. “I am still here thanks to you all and this tour is for you. I’m filled with gratefulness.”
Produced by Loud and Live, the 11-date tour will kick off September 16 in Miami and take Royce across the U.S., visiting major markets like Chicago, New York and Los Angeles before wrapping up in Santa Barbara, Calif., in October. This will his first tour since the pandemic shutdown, which halted his Alter Ego Tour in March 2020.
Most recently, Royce and Maria Becerra scored a top 10 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay chart with their collaboration “Te Espero.”
For the Argentine artist, the track marked her first top 10 on the tally. Meanwhile, for Royce, it added a 30th top 10 his Tropical Airplay chart account.
The romantic bachata samples British rock band Cutting Crew’s “(I Just) Died in Your Arms” — a No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit in 1987 — and was produced by D’lesly “Dice” Lora and Royce, and written by Royce alongside Becerra, Nelsen and Bobby Sierra.
Here’s the complete list of dates and venues for Royce’s “Classic Tour”:
Sept. 16 — Miami — FTX Arena
Sept. 17 — Orlando — Hard Rock Live Orlando
Sept. 18 — Atlanta — The Eastern
Sept. 22 — Dallas TX — Trust CU Theatre at Grand Prairie
Sept. 23 — Houston — Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Sept. 25 — Chicago — Rosemont Theatre
Oct. 1 — New York — United Palace
Oct. 2 — Washington D.C. — DAR Constitution Hall
Oct. 7 — Los Angeles — Microsoft Theater
Oct. 8 — San Jose, Calif. — San Jose Center for the Performing Arts
Oct. 9 — Santa Barbara, Calif. — The Arlington Theater