8 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Miss Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull's Tour

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Enrique Iglesias performs on stage at the American Airlines Arena on June 23, 2017 in Miami, Florida. 

Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull’s tour made its stop in Miami on Friday (June 23), and the night was magical.

Miami is a very special city for both artists. Pitbull was born and raised there, and Iglesias also spent much of his life in the city.

Apart from that, Iglesias and Mr. 305 have a great show, which leaves an indelible mark for every city that they visit. That's why Billboard has put together eight reasons that will convince you to go to the superstars' concert.

Enrique Iglesias’ show:

1. Surprises

It was a big surprise that Iglesias invited Zion & Lennox and Descemer Bueno for his first song of the night, “Subeme la Radio."


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2. Love to his fans

All of Iglesias’ fans want to be seated in the front row. Luckily, the extensive stage allows the superstar to be closer to more of his beloved fans.

3. The superstar shines

Iglesias does not need extras to impress. His musicians, a good repertoire and the audience chanting his songs are more than enough to make a good evening.

4. "Bailando"

Nobody leaves until they hear Iglesias sing “Bailando." That’s the song for which nobody will stay seated.


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Pitbull’s show:

5. The songs

Pitbull heats up the night with a great repertoire. You’ll know all songs. Dance is mandatory.

6. He gets political

Mr. Worldwide makes it very clear that music is a universal language that unites everybody. He wants Cuba to be free, and he completely opens up about his feelings about the government in America.


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In general:

7. CNCO as opening act

CNCO’s performance is something that can’t be missed. Kicking off the night singing “Reggaeton Lento,” “Hey DJ” and “Tan Facil," it's a must-see.

8. The finale

The last song, “I Like It,” leaves everybody looking forward to staying at the arena “fiestando."

The tour will continue on Sunday (June 25) in Georgia.


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