(Cancelled) American rapper Pitbull is coming to Singapore during the Asian leg of Climate Change Tour.

Live Nation Lushington Singapore announced today Mr Worldwide will be performing at Singapore’s Suntec Convention Centre, Hall 401-402 on Saturday May 27.

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The Climate Change Tour will be in support of Pitbull’s upcoming album Climate Change, due for release March 17. Other Asia dates so far are two in Japan and one in Taiwan. We’re pretty sure there’ll be more dates announced so stay tuned!

©Live Nation Lushington

©Live Nation Lushington

Standard tickets priced at SGD138 and VIP tickets at SGD188 go on sale to the public on Friday March 17, 10am via all APACTix channels.

Citi card customers will have access to purchase pre-sale tickets on March 14-15. Visit APACTix for complete details. Live Nation Lushington members can pre-purchase tickets on March 16. For membership sign-up and enquiries, visit Live Nation Lushington.

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Pitbull, or Armando Christian Perez, rose from the streets of Miami to a Grammy-winning global superstar and business entrepreneur. He’s known for No. 1 hits like “Timber”, “Rain On Me”, “We Are One (Ole Ola)” and “International Love”, all exemplary of his unique blend of hip-hop, pop, Cuban swing and reggaeton.

For his epic comeback year Pitbull has confirmed high-profile collaborations with artists including Flo Rida, Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, and Austin Mahone in forthcoming album Climate Change. Here’s one with Enrique Iglesias.

Update (May 11): Live Nation Lushington Singapore announced today the concert has been cancelled due to Pibull’s “scheduling conflicts”. See here for ticket refund information.