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Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias first hit the scene in 1995, and has since sold over 150 million albums worldwide. Born to Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, Enrique stepped out of his father’s shadow and established himself as the King of Latin Pop, breaking records as the best-selling Spanish artist. After four years since his last visit, Enrique will be returning to the UK and Ireland to celebrate his success with his All Hits Tour. Tickets are likely to sell out fast, as fans will be able to croon alongside the Hero to all his memorable tracks.

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The 2018 tour will see Enrique play at London’s O2 Arena on the 19th October, before heading to Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham. The Spanish superstar took to Twitter to announce his return, sparking excitement for his admirers as he claimed he couldn’t wait to be back in the UK and Ireland once again. The tour will also feature special guests, ramping up the anticipation ahead of ticket sales.

In his prolific career, Iglesias has worked alongside many other superstars, including Aussie favourite Kylie Minogue, Miami rapper Pitbull, and the late Whitney Houston. His star-studded music videos have also seen cameo appearances from Hollywood elite, such as Jennifer Love Hewitt and Mickey Rourke, and of course longtime girlfriend and Russian tennis superstar, Anna Kournikova. Igelsias' catchy tunes have also made their way onto the big screen, where hit record ‘Bailamos’ can be heard in Will Smith’s western comedy, 'Wild Wild West'.

His music has been celebrated across multiple award platforms, supporting his claim as the biggest name in Latin music. Iglesias even surpassed the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, where in 2017, ‘Duele El Corazon’ broke records as it elevated Iglesias to top spot of the Billboard charts for most number ones. Taking his music to all corners of the globe, Iglesias has headlined ten international tours throughout his career, and with the latest announcement of his All Hits Tour, the 42-year-old, multi-award winner looks set to continue.


Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias first hit the scene in 1995, and has since sold over 150 million albums worldwide. Born to Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, Enrique stepped out of his father’s shadow and established himself as the King of Latin Pop, breaking records as the best-selling Spanish artist. After four years since his last visit, Enrique will be returning to the UK and Ireland to celebrate his success with his All Hits Tour. Tickets are likely to sell out fast, as fans will be able to croon alongside the Hero to all his memorable tracks.

The 2018 tour will see Enrique play at London’s O2 Arena on the 19th October, before heading to Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham. The Spanish superstar took to Twitter to announce his return, sparking excitement for his admirers as he claimed he couldn’t wait to be back in the UK and Ireland once again. The tour will also feature special guests, ramping up the anticipation ahead of ticket sales.

In his prolific career, Iglesias has worked alongside many other superstars, including Aussie favourite Kylie Minogue, Miami rapper Pitbull, and the late Whitney Houston. His star-studded music videos have also seen cameo appearances from Hollywood elite, such as Jennifer Love Hewitt and Mickey Rourke, and of course longtime girlfriend and Russian tennis superstar, Anna Kournikova. Igelsias' catchy tunes have also made their way onto the big screen, where hit record ‘Bailamos’ can be heard in Will Smith’s western comedy, 'Wild Wild West'.

His music has been celebrated across multiple award platforms, supporting his claim as the biggest name in Latin music. Iglesias even surpassed the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, where in 2017, ‘Duele El Corazon’ broke records as it elevated Iglesias to top spot of the Billboard charts for most number ones. Taking his music to all corners of the globe, Iglesias has headlined ten international tours throughout his career, and with the latest announcement of his All Hits Tour, the 42-year-old, multi-award winner looks set to continue.


Fri 19 Oct
The O2 Arena
London
The O2 Arena, London
6.30pm
£53 - £204
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Tue 23 Oct
The SSE Hydro
Glasgow
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
6.30pm
£65 - £197
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Fri 26 Oct
Manchester Arena
Manchester
Manchester Arena, Manchester
6pm
£47 - £310
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Sat 27 Oct
Genting Arena
Birmingham
Genting Arena, Birmingham
6pm
£46 - £235
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