After performing at some of the most renowned music festivals these past months, Carla Morrison is ready to kick off her awaited “Amor Supremo” tour around the U.S.

Morrison, who has become one of the most sought after singers in Latin America, promises to entertain fans with a playlist that includes several of her musical hits from her last two albums, "Déjenme llorar" (2012) and "Amor Supremo" (2015), as well as some deep cuts from the rest of her catalog. Presented by Goldenvoice, Morrison's performances are set to be memorable and will fulfill her fans' expectations.

Pre-sale tickets will go on sale Thursday, June 23, starting at 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. General concert tickets will go on sale Friday, June 24 at 10:00 a.m.

September 16  - San Diego, CA - The Observatory North Park

September 20 - Los Angeles - Novo by Microsoft

September 29  - San Francisco, CA - The Regency Ballroom

October  6 - New York, NY - PlayStation Theater

This highly anticipated U.S. tour will mark a significant milestone in Morrison's career, who just four years ago took home 2 Latin Grammy Awards for her album Dejenme llorar (Let Me Cry). The singer recently performed at the Coachella Valley Music Festival (California) and Vive Latino (México), cementing her name as one of the biggest indie and Spanish acts in the music industry.

Recently, the "Eres Tú" singer announced her collaboration with renowned American stars Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Morrison is part of the duo's latest album entitled "This Unruly Mess I've Made." Lewis confessed to Billboard that Morrison's interpretation on the song "The Train" was simply "brilliant." On the English language track, Morrison's parts are in Spanish. Regarding this unique arrangement, Lewis said, "She sounded phenomenal... We thought Spanish sounded more beautiful than the English versions. Also, we didn't make a super complicated chorus, most people can pick up nuggets of the lyrics even if they aren't bilingual."

For Morrison, "Amor Supremo" represents a new moment in her music. She has mentioned during various interviews, that this production reinvented her career. She has also pointed out to El País newspaper that "this record is different from the previous ones, because it is a little more inclined towards synthesizers, it is something more digital. It is a record that, although still speaks of heartbreak, also talks about empathy and accept that sometimes things can not happen and you must let go."

In a few weeks, Morrison is set to perform in Chicago as part of Ruido Fest, an event created to highlight the best in Latin music. Morrison will take the stage on Friday, July 8.