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Enrique Iglesias is coming to Budapest after 18 years

Enrique Iglesias is coming to Budapest after 18 years

The great news was shared on Enrique Iglesias’ Facebook page Monday morning: he is coming to Papp László Budapest Sports Arena this upcoming March 11th. Tickets go on sale Wednesday 10 am.

According to, it is the result of a long negotiation process that the singer frequently referred to as the ‘King of Latin Pop’ and his crew chose Budapest as one of the seven European stops of his 2018 world tour.

Enrique Iglesias will be accompanied by a huge crew, his own band and lots of dancers, to Hungary.

Tickets go on sale for the concert on Wednesday, 18 October, 10 am!


The singer will perform in Hungary after a very long break of 18 years. The singer promises an unforgettable concert to his Hungarian fans. He will perform all of his old and new hits like Bailamos, Hero, Duele El Corazón, Loco, Heart Attack, Bailando and Subeme La Radio. For that matter, the music video of Bailando is the second most viewed video on YouTube.

Enrique Iglesias is a Grammy Award winner Spanish singer, who has sold almost one hundred million records all over the world throughout the 20 years of his career. He is one of the most popular pop singers of our time, who is frequently referred to as the ‘King of Latin Pop’.


He has won more than five hundred awards, and he was voted the favourite latin artist of the audience at the 2016 American Music Awards. In 2017, he won five titles at the Latin American Music Awards, including the ‘Artist of the Year’ award.

“It took us years of hard work to achieve that Budapest will be one of the stops of Enrique Iglesias’ 2018 world tour. We’re in constant contact with the managers, promoters of several stars, we have organised many performances, but getting him to perform in Hungary was much harder than expected. The whole world tries to snatch at him.

We are very proud that we finally managed to agree with his team, and we’re sure that his concert will be unforgettable” stated the organisers.

Based on the available ticket info, the cheapest ticket will cost 20,000 forints (EUR 65), while the most expensive will cost 38,000 forints (EUR 124).

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