Pop singers Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin and Pitbull are uniting this fall for a trek they’re calling the ‘Trilogy’ tour.
Each artist will play a headlining set on the North American run, which will find them in arenas.
While announcing the tour, each head of the triumvirate expressed mutual admiration for the other two.
“It’s a true honor to tour with Enrique and Ricky, two music icons who broke global music barriers for our culture and opened doors for someone like myself,” Pitbull said in a statement.
The artists are each promising career-spanning sets of their greatest hits as well as “state-of-the-art visuals.”
Earlier this year, Martin presented Bad Bunny with GLAAD’s Vanguard Award, recognizing Bad Bunny’s allyship with the LGBTQ community.
Last year, Iglesias released Final Vol. 1, which contained the track “Te Fuiste.”
Pitbull has spent much of the past couple of years on the road, first touring with Iglesias on the “I Feel Good” tour in 2021 and then last year with Iggy Azalea and Sean Paul on the “Can’t Stop Us” tour.
He’s planning on releasing a new album, Trackhouse, on July 7. The album is named after the Trackhouse brand, which merges NASCAR, sports, and entertainment, of which Pitbull is a partner.