Celebrated reggaeton duo Zion & Lennox have announced that they will embark on a 10-city arena tour in their "Iconic USA Tour." The stint of performances will mark the duo’s first United States tour in over two decades.
The tour will kick off with a show on May 15 at The Forum in Los Angeles and will run through June 27 where the legendary pair will perform at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. The artists will also make stops in San Jose, New York, San Antonio, Washington D.C. and Chicago along the run of shows.
"We’ve been thinking about this tour for a long time now. We wanted to do this tour, bring our fans the best of our music and give them a high-quality show, as they deserve," Zion and Lennox told Billboard in a statement.
The duo is popularly known for their chart-topping album Motivan2, released in 2016. The project, which features GRAMMY-nominated collaborators in J Balvin, Maluma and Daddy Yankee among others, peaked at the number one spot on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums Chart and remained on the charts for a period of 74 weeks.
Ticket pre-sales launched today (Feb. 27) and are available through 10 p.m. tonight. Tickets are on sale to the public tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. local time via TicketMaster.