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The Euphoria Tour was the seventh concert tour by the Spanish recording artist Enrique Iglesias. The tour supported his ninth studio album, Euphoria. Beginning in January 2011, Iglesias performed in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. The tour ended in July 2012. The tour ranked 38th in Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tour (Mid-Year)", earning roughly 20 million dollars.[1] At the conclusion of 2011, the tour placed 23rd on Billboard's annual, "Top 25 Tours", earning over $30 million with 38 shows.[2] Iglesias also won an award for Touring Artist of the Year for Euphoria World Tour at Billoard Latin Music Awards of 2012. It is estimated that the world tour of this work, which began in January 2011 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in November and endeds in Austin, Texas, will have been seen by a total of 1,312,579 viewers[3]

Euphoria Tour
World tour by Enrique Iglesias
Enrique Euphoria Tour.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated albumEuphoria
Start dateJanuary 29, 2011 (2011-01-29)
End dateJuly 6, 2012 (2012-07-06)
Legs8
No. of shows46 in North America
24 in Europe
2 in Asia
7 in South America
4 in Australia
92 Total
Enrique Iglesias concert chronology

Contents

BackgroundEdit

Iglesias mentioned touring at an interview with ESPN, during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[4] Iglesias headed on a promotional tour for his album, performing in several music festivals in the United States including: KFRC's "Triple Ho Show",[5] KMXV's "Jingle Jam"[6] and KIIS-FM's Jingle Ball.[7] The tour was officially announced via Iglesias website, only showing a few dates in France and England. Additional tour dates were added in North America, with the tour commencing in San Juan, Puerto Rico on January 29, 2011.[8] While on tour, Iglesias was asked to be a judge on the U.S. version of The X Factor, however, he was unable to change his touring schedule to accommodate the show.[9]

Femme Fatale Tour controversyEdit

After completing the first leg of the tour, many media outlets rumored Iglesias joining Britney Spears on a co-headlining tour in the United States. When Spears officially announced her tour on Good Morning America, she stated Iglesias would join her.[10] Within several hours, the singer's management released a statement stating Iglesias will not be joining Spears and will continue his solo tour. Although it was explained to be "strictly business", many media outlets speculated as to why Iglesias left the tour. Celebrity news site TMZ.com speculated the singer didn't want to join Spears due to the controversies surrounding her previous tour. MTV News reported Iglesias dropped out after being advertised as Spears' opening act.[11] Us Weekly followed with "inside sources" stating the deal was not complete and Iglesias didn't need the promotion.[12]

Iglesias took to Twitter to respond to all the rumors. He wrote:

"Hey guys, sorry for the confusion regarding a possible tour in the summer with Britney Spears. We are on the Euphoria tour and will continue to do so including some soon-to-be-announced dates in US. So hope to see all of you soon"[13]

The singer would later remark his decision to not join Spears was because he felt everything was "rushed" and he wasn't fully convinced at the time. He continued to say he has respect for Spears as an artist and the possible tour would have been great for him and the fans.[14] After completing the European leg of his tour, Iglesias announced a second North American leg with Pitbull and Prince Royce.[15] Concerts in Europe, South America and Australia[16] were announced as well. To introduce the tour, Iglesias stated, "I’m so excited to go out in the states, and this time with my good friends Pitbull and Prince Royce. It's going to be a great show and we hope to see all of you out there. This tour will be unforgettable!"[17]

Opening actsEdit

SetlistEdit

Europe[31][32]
  1. "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)"
  2. "Heartbeat"
  3. "Rhythm Divine"
  4. "Bailamos"
  5. "Ring My Bells"
  6. "Can You Hear Me"
  7. "Stand by Me"
  8. "Not in Love"
  9. "Be with You"
  10. "Tired of Being Sorry"
  11. "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)"
  12. "Takin' Back My Love"
Encore
  1. "Hero"
  2. "Escape"
  3. "I Like It"
  4. "Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)"

Additional notesEdit

  • "No Me Digas Que No" and "I Like It" were performed with Wisin & Yandel and Pitbull respectively on January 29, 2011 in Puerto Rico, on the start of the Euphoria Tour and on October 21, 2011 in Miami.
  • "¿Dónde Están Corazón?" was performed in lieu of "Experiencia Religiosa" in New York City, Miami and Atlantic City.
  • "Dimelo" was performed in lieu of "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" in hispanophone countries.
  • "Coming Home" was performed in lieu of "Ring My Bells" in Dublin.
  • "Lloro Por Tí" was performed in lieu of "Can You Hear Me" in Dublin.
  • "Solo En Ti" was performed in lieu of "Can You Hear Me" in England.
  • In Paris, Igelsias briefly performed "Purple Rain".

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
North America[33]
January 29, 2011 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
February 3, 2011 Ledyard United States MGM Grand Theater
February 5, 2011 New York City Madison Square Garden
February 10, 2011 Hollywood Hard Rock Live
February 12, 2011 Atlantic City Borgata Event Center
February 16, 2011 Windsor Canada Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
February 17, 2011 Montreal Bell Centre
February 19, 2011 Los Angeles United States Gibson Amphitheatre
February 23, 2011 Monterrey Mexico Auditorio Banamex
February 25, 2011 Zapopan Auditorio Telmex
February 26, 2011
February 28, 2011 Mexico City Auditorio Nacional
March 1, 2011
March 2, 2011
Europe[33][34][35]
March 18, 2011 Dublin Ireland The O2
March 19, 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
March 21, 2011 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
March 24, 2011 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
March 25, 2011 London The O2 Arena
March 26, 2011 Birmingham LG Arena
March 28, 2011 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
March 31, 2011 Nice France Palais Nikaia
April 2, 2011 Paris Zénith de Paris
April 3, 2011 Hasselt Belgium Ethias Arena
April 6, 2011 Turku Finland HK Arena
April 7, 2011 Helsinki Hartwall Areena
April 11, 2011 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace
April 13, 2011 Moscow Olimpiyskiy
Asia[36]
June 1, 2011 Tel Aviv Israel Nokia Arena
Europe[37]
June 6, 2011 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
June 8, 2011 Nottingham England Capital FM Arena Nottingham
June 10, 2011 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
June 11, 2011 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
June 12, 2011[A] London England Wembley Stadium
Central America[38]
June 23, 2011 Guatemala City Guatemala Forum Mundo E
June 25, 2011 Panama City Panama Figali Convention Center
South America[38]
June 28, 2011 Guayaquil Ecuador Explanada del C.C.G.
June 30, 2011 Quito Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
July 2, 2011 La Paz Bolivia Estadio Hernando Siles
July 5, 2011 Santa Cruz Estadio Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera
July 7, 2011 Caracas Venezuela C.C.C.T. Parking Lot
Central America[38]
July 9, 2011 Tegucigalpa Honduras Coliseum Nacional de Ingenieros
Australia[38][39][40]
July 23, 2011 Sydney Australia Acer Arena
July 25, 2011 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
July 27, 2011 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
July 28, 2011
Europe[41]
August 2, 2011[B] Batumi Georgia Europe Square
North America[39][42][43]
September 22, 2011 Boston United States TD Garden
September 23, 2011 Atlantic City Etess Arena
September 24, 2011 Newark Prudential Center
September 27, 2011 Fairfax Patriot Center
September 29, 2011 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
September 30, 2011 Auburn Hills United States The Palace of Auburn Hills
October 1, 2011 Rosemont Allstate Arena
October 3, 2011 Kansas City Sprint Center
October 6, 2011 Los Angeles Staples Center
October 7, 2011 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
October 8, 2011 Summerlin Red Rock Amphitheatre
October 12, 2011 Houston Toyota Center
October 13, 2011 San Antonio AT&T Center
October 15, 2011 El Paso Don Haskins Center
October 16, 2011 Laredo Laredo Energy Arena
October 18, 2011 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
October 20, 2011 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center
October 21, 2011 Orlando Amway Center
October 22, 2011 Miami American Airlines Arena
November 4, 2011 New York City Madison Square Garden
November 24, 2011 Arlington Cowboys Stadium
South America[39][42][43]
December 4, 2011 Balada Venezuela Festival Musical Aragua 2011 / Dia Pop Balada
Europe[39][42][43]
December 9, 2011 Madrid Spain 40 Principales
Africa[39][42][43]
December 11, 2011 Casablanca Morocco DIR IDIK Campaign
North America[39][42][43]
December 17, 2011 Rosemont United States Allstate Arena
February 22, 2012[C] Veracruz Mexico Macro Plaza del Malecón
March 6, 2012[D] Houston United States Reliant Stadium
March 10, 2012 Cancún Mexico Moon Palace Resort Grounds
March 17, 2012[E] Guatemala City Guatemala Estadio Cementos Progreso
March 28, 2012 Zapopan Mexico Auditorio Telmex
March 29, 2012 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
April 19, 2012 Mérida Centro de Espectáculos Jardín Carta Clara
April 20, 2012 Puebla Estadio de Béisbol Hermanos Serdán
April 26, 2012 Querétaro Estadio Corregidora
April 27, 2012 Mexicali Estadio Casas GEO
Europe[44]
May 4, 2012 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes
North America[45]
May 11, 2012 Aguascalientes Mexico Plaza de Toros Monumental
May 18, 2012[F] Rosemont United States Allstate Arena
May 19, 2012[G] Mansfield Comcast Center
May 20, 2012[H] Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
May 22, 2012[I] Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
June 30, 2012[J] Miami Beach Fontainebleau Round Pool
Asia[46]
July 4, 2012 Beirut Lebanon Beirut Waterfront
Europe
July 6, 2012[K] Monte Carlo Monaco Salle des Étoiles
July 6, 2012[K]
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of "Summertime Ball"[47]
B This concert is a part of "MTV Live Georgia"
C This concert was a part of the "Carnaval de Veracruz"[48]
D This concert was a part of the "Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo"[49]
E This concert was a part of the "Tigo Music Fest"[50]
F This concert is a part of WKSC-FM's "Fantabuloso"[51]
G This concert is a part of WXKS-FM's "Kiss 108 Concert"[52]
H This concert is a part of WKTU's "KTUphoria"[53]
I This concert is a part of WIOQ's "Springle Ball"[54]
J This concert is a part of WHYI-FM's "Ultimate Pool Party"[55]
K These concerts are a part of the "Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival"[56]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
May 30, 2011 Bogotá, Colombia Centro Comercial Outlet Bima Postponed[57]
May 31, 2011 Tel Aviv, Israel Nokia Arena Rescheduled to June 1, 2011[58]

Box office score dataEdit

Venue City Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum San Juan 13,320 / 13,320 (100%) $897,644[59]
Madison Square Garden New York City 13,199 / 13,199 (100%) $1,319,807[60]
Hard Rock Live Hollywood 4,528 / 4,528 (100%) $502,200[61]
Bell Centre Montreal 7,807 / 7,860 (99%) $622,960[61]
Gibson Amphitheatre Los Angeles 6,000 / 6,000 (100%) $539,928[61]
Auditorio Telmex Zapopan 24,405 / 27,095 (87%) $1,641,058[61][62]
Auditorio Nacional Mexico City 28,455 / 28,455 (100%) $1,701,230[61]
The O2 Dublin 5,814 / 7,000 (83%) $482,572[63]
Odyssey Arena Belfast 7,209 / 7,209 (100%) $478,494[63]
Manchester Evening News Arena Manchester 12,523 / 13,750 (91%) $952,154[64]
The O2 Arena London 15,336 / 15,700 (98%) $1,198,030[65]
Acer Arena Sydney 12,674 / 13,027 (97%) $1,902,800[66]
Brisbane Entertainment Centre Queensland 5,571 / 5,571 (100%) $683,432[67]
Rod Laver Arena Melbourne 19,076 / 19,076 (100%) $2,718,970[67]
TD Garden Boston 12,267 / 12,267 (100%) $603,196[68]
Etess Arena Atlantic City 3,775 / 3,775 (100%) $280,712[68]
Prudential Center Newark 14,131 / 14,131 (100%) $1,077,999[68]
Patriot Center Fairfax 8,047 / 8,047 (100%) $550,408[68]
Air Canada Centre Toronto 12,970 / 12,970 (100%) $981,367[68]
The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 10,868 / 10,868 (100%) $563,548[68]
Allstate Arena Rosemont 14,787 / 14,787 (100%) $1,011,807[68]
Sprint Center Kansas City 9,825 / 9,825 (100%) $527,773[68]
Staples Center Los Angeles 15,432 / 15,432 (100%) $1,285,617[68]
HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose 14,336 / 14,336 (100%) $855,263[68]
Red Rock Amphitheatre Summerlin 7,316 / 7,316 (100%) $629,880[68]
Toyota Center Houston 13,885 / 13,885 (100%) $891,622[60]
AT&T Center San Antonio 14,301 / 14,301 (100%) $778,346[60]
Don Haskins Center El Paso 8,340 / 8,340 (100%) $580,881[60]
Laredo Energy Arena Laredo 9,512 / 9,512 (100%) $518,191[60]
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Grand Prairie 6,271 / 6,271 (100%) $588,423[60]
Arena at Gwinnett Center Duluth 10,926 / 10,926 (100%) $727,523[60]
Amway Center Orlando 13,807 / 13,807 (100%) $704,844[60]
American Airlines Arena Miami 14,445 / 14,445 (100%) $1,160,877[60]
Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City 10,511 / 14,498 (72%) $718,817[62]
TOTAL 415,844 / 425,704(98%) $32,048,986

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Ceremony Category Result
2011 MTV Europe Music Awards Best World Stage Performance Nominated
Univision Best of Music Best Tour Nominated
Premios Juventud The Super Tour Nominated
2012 The Super Tour Won
Latin Billboard Music Awards Latin Tour Won

Critical responseEdit

For his 2011 tour, Iglesias received numerous positive reviews from music critics and fans. Critics applauded the singer for his showmanship on stage and his connection with the audience. Kristyn Lyncheski (The Setonian) praises the singer on his connection to his audience at Madison Square Garden. She further explains, "Iglesias seemed humbled to be on stage at MSG, the place he said he considered the greatest venue. He repeatedly told the audience, 'You don't know how good I feel'. Iglesias said he was grateful for the fans that have stuck by him since his debut in 1995."[69] Basem Boshra (Montreal Gazette) writes Igelsias performance at the Bell Centre was nothing short of charismatic. He continues, "Iglesias has always struck me as someone who has a sense of humour about his sex-symbol status, and that was most definitely on display last night, particularly when he pulled a young woman onstage to dance … and hug … and kiss … and, when she demured, to firmly plant her hands on his butt."[70]

As his tour progressed to the United Kingdom & Ireland, the reviews continued to constructive. Andrew Johnston (The Belfast Telegraph) notes Iglesias' ability to drive his audience wild. He adds, "Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You), with ‘loving’ changed to something coarser, and his between-song demands for his audience to 'get dirty' made this a decidedly over-18 affair."[71] Gordon Barr (Evening Chronicle) thought highly of Iglesias' performance at the Metro Radio Arena versus his previous shows in England. He further states, "He was in the crowd within minutes, and the banter never relented throughout, with two Traceys being picked from the audience for some memorable moments on stage with their own pop Hero."[72] For the same concert, Aranda Rahbarkouhi (The Journal) shared the same feelings as Johnston. She writes, "Looking around, the screaming was coming from the back of the arena. Enrique appeared on a small stage engulfed in fans where he sang Hero before returning to the main stage for 'Escape' before relenting to the endless chants for more, signing off with a reprise of 'Tonight'."[73]

For his concert at the Manchester Evening News Arena, Dianne Bourne (City Life) gave the performance five out of five stars. She explains, "And it's a testament to Enrique's broad appeal that among the fans he hauls up on stage are a silver-haired maths teacher called Jeremy, who hilariously duets on 'No Me Digas Que No'; gobsmacked Manc housewife Anna, who can't quite believe she's got Enrique on her lap; and then later, for one of the highlights of the show, quivering 14-year-old Jenny for a tender serenade of his biggest hit, 'Hero'."[74] Dave Simpson (The Guardian) thought differently then Bourne, giving the same concert two out of five stars. He says, "At one point, the 32-year old hauls elderly audience members on stage, seemingly purely to humiliate them. A grey-haired schoolteacher who insists he doesn't drink is plied with rum, while an equally embarrassed lady is told: 'Think of me when you're having sex tonight.' When Iglesias discovers she's out without her husband, he suggests to the schoolteacher: 'Fuck her.'"[75]

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