Buy Enrique Iglesias Tickets – Concert Tour 2017

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Brief Review

Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler (known as Enrique Iglesias) is a Spanish singer and songwriter. His career started in the middle of 1990s and he is still very popular among fans. He is regarded as King of Latin Pop. To see him live, buy Enrique Iglesias concert tickets here in the table above.

Born in 1975, he became best-selling Latin recording artist in the World at the dawn of the new millennium. In the age of 7 his mother sent him to the US where his father lived. He had three different musical influences – Spanish, European and American.

In the mid 1990s he was known as Enrique Martinez. His first album appeared in 1995 and was called Enrique Iglesias. Two years later his second album Vivir appeared. Iglesias sold more than 5 million discs and started his first World tour.

In 1996 he won Grammy as the Best Latin Performer. In the next three years he was sold more than 17 million discs (mainly in the United States). In 1998 he released his third album Cosas del Amor.

Iglesias started a new millennium with Escape album (Spanish and English) in 2001. In the first decade of 2000s he released several albums both on Spanish and English. His popularity was rising.

In 2010 Enrique Iglesias issued Euphoria with two hits-singles I like it and Heartbeat. In 2014, he released another album Sex and Love, which reached Top Ten in the United States and went Platinum in nine countries.

Enrique Iglesias 2017 Tour information

Famous Latin Pop superstar has announced his 2017 tour dates. He launches his massive US and Canada voyage on June 3rd and is going to visit major US and Canada cities. Pitbull co-headlines his 2017 tour. You can buy Enrique Iglesias tour tickets here in the table above.

Average Setlist 2017

  • Intro / I’m a Freak
  • I Like How It Feels
  • Heartbeat
  • Duele el corazón
  • Bailamos
  • Ring My Bells
  • Loco
  • Stand by Me (Ben E. King cover)
  • Be With You
  • Tired of Being Sorry
  • Escape
  • Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You)
  • Takin’ Back My Love
  • El perdón
  • Hero
  • Bailando
  • I Like It


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Enrique Iglesias 2017 Tour Dates and Schedule

  1. Jun 3, Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL
  2. Jun 6, Pepsi Center – Denver – Denver, CO
  3. Jun 8, Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, CA
  4. Jun 9, SAP Center – San Jose, CA
  5. Jun 10, Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA
  6. Jun 14, Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZ
  7. Jun 16, American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
  8. Jun 17, AT&T Center – San Antonio, TX
  9. Jun 18, Toyota Center – TX – Houston, TX
  10. Jun 22, Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL
  11. Jun 23, AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami, FL
  12. Jun 25, Infinite Energy Arena – Duluth, GA
  13. Jun 28, Palace Of Auburn Hills – Auburn Hills, MI
  14. Jun 30, Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
  15. Jul 1, Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
  16. Jul 5, Centre Bell – Montreal, QC
  17. Jul 6, Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON
  18. Sep 15, Caesars Palace – Colosseum – Las Vegas, NV
  19. Sep 16, Caesars Palace – Colosseum – Las Vegas, NV
  20. Sep 22, Toyota Center – TX – Houston, TX
  21. Sep 23, Laredo Energy Arena – Laredo, TX
  22. Sep 24, Frank Erwin Center – Austin, TX
  23. Sep 26, American Bank Center – Corpus Christi, TX
  24. Sep 29, Amway Center – Orlando, FL
  25. Sep 30, AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami, FL
  26. Oct 3, Verizon Center – DC – Washington, DC
  27. Oct 6, Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MN
  28. Oct 7, Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL
  29. Oct 10, Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
  30. Oct 12, TD Garden – Boston, MA
  31. Oct 13, Wells Fargo Center – PA – Philadelphia, PA
  32. Oct 14, Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON
  33. Oct 20, Save Mart Center – Fresno, CA
  34. Oct 21, Honda Center – Anaheim, CA
  35. Oct 22, Valley View Casino Center – San Diego, CA
  36. Oct 27, The Forum – Los Angeles – Inglewood, CA
  37. Oct 28, Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA