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Martin On The Move

04:00 AM Monday 3/12/07 | |

Ricky Martin has announced dates for his Black & White Tour, which will cover North America for more than a month this spring.

The performer has confirmed 17 dates, starting at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif., April 17. He'll hit arenas through Southern California before heading to the East Coast and South. He'll play four cities in Texas before wrapping with a pair of Florida gigs in May.

More dates are to be announced for the trek, according to a press release.

Martin is currently on the Latin American leg of the Black & White Tour, which will wrap in late March with a six-night run through Mexico.

He's supporting his latest hit album, MTV Unplugged.

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