Enrique Iglesias has confirmed a five-date North American tour for early next year, beginning Feb. 11 in Toronto and wrapping Feb. 28 in Las Vegas.
Enrique Iglesias has confirmed a five-date North American tour for early next year, beginning Feb. 11 in Toronto and wrapping Feb. 28 in Las Vegas. The artist will also make a previously announced appearance March 8 in Houston as part of the annual RodeoHouston concert series at Reliant Stadium.
Before the end of the year, Iglesias will perform Dec. 4 in London for Capital Christmas Live, which also features Busted, Sting, Jamelia, Sugababes and Texas. On Dec. 14, he'll be in Sunrise, Fla., for the Y100 Jingle Ball, alongside Clay Aiken, Michelle Branch, Sean Paul, 'N Sync's JC Chasez, Chingy and Maroon5, among others.
The artist is touring in support of his brand new Interscope album, "Seven," released today (Nov. 25). He says he is looking forward being able to offer his fans more songs in English during the upcoming live performances.
"The last tour was the best yet," he writes on his official Web site. "Because [the 2001 album] 'Escape' had so many upbeat songs, like Seven does, instead of just ballads, there was a different edge and it was so much fun to be stage. But in Europe, outside of Spain obviously, you can't sing every song in Spanish. It doesn't work. Now I have a lot more songs people can sing along with."
Here are Enrique Iglesias' tour dates:
Dec. 4: London (Earls Court)
Dec. 14: Sunrise, Fla. (Office Depot Center)
Feb. 11: Toronto (Massey Hall)
Feb. 14: New York (Radio City Music Hall)
Feb. 19: Chicago (Arie Crown Theater)
Feb. 26: Los Angeles (Pantages Theatre)
Feb. 28: Las Vegas (the Joint)
March 8: Houston (RodeoHouston / Reliant Stadium)