Two of the most well-liked names in Latin pop are uniting for a North American Arena Tour this fall.
Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias will make about 20 stops across the U.S. and Canada. It is the first time they need hit the road together and tickets for Ricky Martin concert available now in market.
Combined, the 2 have dozens of Billboard Hot 100 songs which they’ll perform in cities from coast to coast. Fans can expect to listen to Martin’s 1999 No. 1 hit “Livin’ La Vida Loca” and “She Bangs,” which peaked at No. 12 in 2000. Among Iglesias’ chart-toppers bound to be performed are 1999’s No. 1 song “Bailamos” and “Hero”, which hit No. 3 in 2001.
Martin and Iglesias are busy professionally and personally. They both have new albums planned this year. They’ve also expanded their families. Martin welcomed baby No. 4, a son named Renn, with husband Jwan Yosef in October while Iglesias had this third child with longtime partner and tennis superstar Anna Kournikova in January.
Newcomer Sebastián Yatra will join the Latin superstars on the road. Yatra, a Colombian singer/songwriter, was nominated for a 2020 Grammy for his debut album, “Fantasia.”
Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias on tour:
- 5: Phoenix – Gila River Arena
- 6: El Paso, Texas – Don Haskins Center
- 9: Edinburg, Texas – Bert Ogden Arena
- 11: San Antonio – AT&T Center
- 12: Houston – Toyota Center
- 13: Dallas – American Airlines Center
- 17: Los Angeles – Staples Center
- 22: San Jose, California – SAP Center
- 24: Sacramento, California – Golden 1 Center
- 26: Las Vegas – MGM Grand Garden Arena
- 1: Chicago – Allstate Arena
- 6: Boston – TD Garden
- 8: Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
- 10: Montreal – Centre Bell
- 14: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
- 15: Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena
- 17: Newark, New Jersey – Prudential Center
- 18: New York – Madison Square Garden
- 23: Miami – American Airlines Arena
- 29: Orlando – Amway Center
- 30: Atlanta – State Farm Arena
Ricky Martin has launched a replacement campaign to assist health care workers save lives across the world through the nonprofit organization Project Hope.
“In a situation like this, i want to try to to stuff,” Martin said via Instagram video, adding, “As you recognize , health care professionals are extremely vulnerable and professionals round the world don’t have personal protection equipment they have to stop them getting infected.”
The Stadium tour Chicago equipment needed includes face masks, isolation gowns, protective coveralls and gloves, essential tools to stay everybody safe and healthy. Project Hope also will work with local communities to spot where they will support additional needs as they develop, as they still stay the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.