Top global hitmaker, Pitbull, announced this afternoon via Twitter and his website (www.PlanetPit.com) his decision to cancel the May 31 date of his “Mr. Worldwide’s Carnaval” tour in Phoenix, AZ in protest of the recent passing of the state’s controversial SB1070 legislation. In his heartfelt Tweet, he stated, “I am canceling my concert in Phoenix on May 31. How is the country we enjoy and love bcuz of its human rights, freedom, opportunity and that has been built by immigrants, now start 2 deny them? It is contradicting 2 everything the USA stands 4.” Pitbull joins other top artists, politicians, community leaders and citizens in expressing their disapproval of the new law.

Other dates on the AEG Live promoted “Mr. Worldwide’s Carnaval” tour will continue as scheduled. The tour will kick off on May 25 at the 1stBank Center in Denver and will continue through June 28 with a final show at the Milwaukee Summerfest.


May 25 Denver, CO 1stBank Center

May 27 San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena

May 28 Los Angeles, CA Nokia Theatre

May 29 San Francisco, CA Warfield

May 30 Las Vegas, NV Beach at Mandalay Bay

June 4 El Paso, TX El Paso Coliseum

June 5 Laredo, TX Laredo Events Center

June 6 McAllen, TX KAI

June 9 Corpus Christi, TX Concrete Street Amp

June 10 Houston, TX Club Escapade

June 11 Dallas, TX Palladium

June 12 Austin, TX Austin Music Hall

June 16 Norfolk, VA Norva

June 18 Atlanta, GA Six Flags

June 19 Orlando, FL Universal

June 22 Jackson, NJ Six Flags

June 23 Springfield, MA Six Flags

June 24 New York, NY Nokia Theatre

June 25 Washington, DC Six Flags

June 26 Detroit, MI Royal Oak Theatre

June 27 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom

June 28 Milwaukee, WI Summerfest

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