Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin Announce Joint Tour Together

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The incredible news has just broken that Latin America pop icons Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin are embarking on a joint tour together.

Keep scrolling to get more on this star-studded story…

The Latin-pop stars were iconic during these times, but it’s no secret that they have been slightly quiet over the last few years.

This was the year when Enrique, a Spanish-born singer, finally began his music career after he traveled to Toronto to record his first album – Enrique Iglesias.

It included hits such as “Si Tú Te Vas” and it sold half a million in just a week – so it was a pretty big success.

The release of Vivir in 1997 put him up with other English-language music superstars, but it wasn’t until the 2000s when Enrique became a global music icon.

And, of course, this is when singles such as “Hero”, “Escape”, and “Don’t Turn Off The Lights” emerged.

These are undeniably timeless tunes…

And they created Enrique a huge fan base worldwide.

But he wasn’t the only irresistible Latin-pop star on the market.

And he definitely wears the trousers in the Latin-pop industry.

He is a very famous Puerto Rican singer…

Ricky, whose real name is Enrique Morales, is known as “The King of Latin-pop” and he began his career at the mere age of twelve.

But in 1990, he released his first Spanish album – Ricky Martin.

Ricky went on to create classics such as “Livin’ La Vida Loca”, “She Bangs”, and “Nobody Wants To Be Lonely.”

He is one of the most iconic pop stars in Latin-American music of all time

But as all famous musicians can relate, getting older and starting a family can put a strain on constantly creating music.

Ricky and his husband have 4 children together, and Enrique has 2 children with his long-term partner Anna.

Well, the 2 music icons have just announced a 2020 tour… together.

And they shared the news together with a group of reporters at a press conference in Los Angeles, along with Sebastián Yatra, who will be joining them on the tour.

And it will make stops in Houston, Los Angeles, Toronto, New York, Miami and many more before wrapping Oct. 30th in Atlanta.

But it will also include new material.

“We’re both putting out new music too,” Enrique said during the event, adding in Spanish, “This is a historic moment and we’ve been wanting to do this for a long time… The show will be spectacular.”

“There’s nothing like standing on stage and feeling the power of thousands of people and getting up and to dance,” Ricky added.

And this would mark the first time Enrique and Ricky would have worked together… which is something that truly cannot be missed! Make sure to stay tuned for further updates on this story.