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Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull Announce Dates for Fall Joint Tour

April 30, 2014 (4:14 am) GMT
The tour will open on September 12 in Newark, New Jersey, and will conclude on October 25 in Hollywood, Florida.

and are set to hit the road together later this year. The two Latin stars, who recently teamed up for Iglesias' "I'm a Freak", will co-headline a tour that's scheduled to take place this fall.

The tour will be kicked off on September 12 at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey and will hit cities like Washington, Montreal, Toronto, New York, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Dallas and Atlanta before concluding on October 25 in Hollywood, Florida.

Colombian singer J. Balvin will support the tour. Tickets go on sale on May 9.

"Going on tour again with Enrique is exciting," Pitbull said of touring with Iglesias in a statement issued on Tuesday, April 29. "He's a talented music star, and also a close friend who I respect and have learned a lot from. Together we are going to give fans great music, energy and what they really deserve - to enjoy life and forget the rest for three hours, Daleee!"

In a separate statement, Iglesias stated, "There's no better place for me than being up on stage in front of my fans. And going on tour with a close friend and someone I admire, like Pitbull, is truly an honor. We really want to give everybody a show that they will remember for the rest of their lives."



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