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Enrique Iglesias sets Palm Springs concert stage on fire with stellar performance

Enrique Iglesias performed in Palm Springs as a part of his ongoing 'Trilogy Tour'

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Enrique Iglesias sets Palm Springs concert stage on fire with stellar performance

Enrique Iglesias performed in Palm Springs as a part of his ongoing 'Trilogy Tour'


Enrique Iglesias rocked the night out at Palm Springs, California, during his Trilogy Tour concert on February 3, 2024.

The 48-year-old Latin icon took to his official Instagram account to post glimpses of his night at his latest concert.

He uploaded two stories that featured his performances on stage as he rocked a casual all-black ensemble, accessorized with a black t-cap.

Enrique Iglesias sets Palm Springs concert stage on fire with stellar performance

Iglesias’ first video shows him singing his 2015 hit-song, El Perdón, that he recorded with the American singer, Nicky Jam.

As the artist sang, he pointed his mic towards the audience signaling them to sing the rest of the song’s lyrics. Iglesias smiled as he continued to sing along with his fans.

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Enrique Iglesias sets Palm Springs concert stage on fire with stellar performance

The second video shows the view of the entire stadium where Iglesias performed and was joined by the Puerto Rican singer, Ricky Martin on stage who performed a duet on the kick drum-based version of the song, Bailando alongside the King of Latin Pop.

Towards the end, Iglesias can be seen bowing towards the crowd that attended his concert, which gives off the impression that Bailando might have been the closing song of the night.


His stories come shortly after he posted a clip of his performance at his previous concert of the Trilogy Tour, that took place in San Francisco on January 30, 2024.

Enrique Iglesias could be seen running towards the stage amongst a crowd of fans as a rendition of his 2017 hit song, Súbeme la Radio played in the background.

His upcoming performance is expected to be held in Oklahoma City on February 8 and will be followed by consecutive performances in Austin and Fort Worth on February 9 and 10 respectively.

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