Julio Iglesias Announces New Dates For Postponed U.S. Tour

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Julio Iglesias performing on June 24, 2005 at Nikaia in Nice, France.

Julio Iglesias has officially postponed his upcoming tour due to the uncertain path of Hurricane Dorian, which is still set to affect a part of the East Coast in the U.S., Billboard has learned. According to a press release, the most important thing for the Spanish artist is his audience’s safety and he’s looking forward to having a great night with his fans as soon as everything goes back to normal. 

The dates postponed include September concerts slated for Ft. Myers, Georgia, and Boston, among others, which have all take place in December. Tickets previously purchased can be used for the new dates.

Over the long Labor Day weekend, Dorian hit the Bahamas as a category 5 hurricane with sustained winds reaching 185 miles per hour and gusts of up to 220 miles per hour. Artists including Pitbull and Marco Antonio Solis also postponed concerts due to the hurricane.

The new Julio Iglesias tour dates can be seen below:

December 6 -- Atlanta, GA @ Infinite Energy Center

December 8 -- Ft. Myers, FL @ Hertz Arena

December 13 -- Atlantic City, NJ @ Ocean Resort Casino

December 15 -- Boston, MA @ Agganis Arena


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