Enrique Iglesias to Play Caesars Palace on September 14

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To celebrate Mexican Independence Day Weekend, multiplatinum recording artist Enrique Iglesias will perform his only U.S. date in 2019 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday, September 14. The show is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. Tickets starting at $79 are on sale at ticketmaster.com.

Enrique Iglesias has sold over 170 million albums (albums and singles combined) worldwide, released ten studio albums along with two greatest hits compilations, and is a multiplatinum artist in nearly every country around the world. Iglesias has headlined 10 world tours throughout his career having performed in New York, Mexico, Madrid, London, Sydney, as well as going to cities such as Cairo, Latvia, Minsk, Morocco, Istanbul and Cape Town.

One of the biggest Latin recording artists in music history, Iglesias has 27 # 1 singles on the Billboard’s Hot Latin Song Chart, holding the record for most number ones in the chart’s history as well as 105 number ones across all Billboard charts. Last year’s “Subeme La Radio” gave him his 29th #1 on Billboard¹s Latin Airplay chart, securing the record for the most number one’s ever on the 22-year-old list. “Duele El Corazón” made for his 14th #1 on Billboard¹s Top Dance Chart, the most by any male artist (in any genre).

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