Enrique Iglesias, beloved by countless fans, has recently shared some news that may leave them feeling a little down. The talented artist has confirmed that his upcoming album, titled "Final (Vol. 2)," will be his last. As you may know, Enrique is currently on "The Trilogy" tour alongside Ricky Martin and Pitbull, staying true to the album's name.

Back in 2021, Iglesias announced that he would only release two more albums, and it seems he is sticking to his decision. In a recent interview with TODAY, the Spanish legend confirmed that his final album, scheduled for release in February next year, is now complete. "It's completely finished," he revealed. "I've poured years of work into this album. And for me, it has always been what I said it would be: my final album... this is it," he assured.

Fear not, though, as the end of his album journey does not mean the end of his music career. Enrique shared his plans to continue working on music and release singles, even after the tour ends in 2024. As part of his journey, he aims to film music videos and release them just before the second leg of "The Trilogy" tour. The 48-year-old star explained, "What I want to do is shoot one or two videos right before the second leg on the tour and launch it."

While we bid farewell to Enrique's album releases, we can still look forward to experiencing the magic of his live performances during "The Trilogy" tour. The 2023 run will conclude in Vancouver, British Columbia at the Rogers Arena on December 10. And in 2024, the tour will kick off on January 30 in Fresno, California at the Save Mart Center, culminating in Tampa, Florida at the Amalie Arena on March 10. Check out the remaining tour dates below.

‘The Trilogy Tour’ remaining 2023 dates

  • Dec. 1: Los Angeles, California, at Crypto.com Arena
  • Dec. 6: San Jose, California, at SAP Center
  • Dec. 8: Seattle, Washington, at Climate Pledge Arena
  • Dec. 10: Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena

The tour will continue into 2024 with the following dates:

  • Jan. 30: Fresno, California, at Save Mart Center
  • Jan. 31: San Francisco, California, at Chase Center
  • Feb. 2: Palm Desert, California, at Acrisure Arena
  • Feb. 3: Anaheim, California, at Honda Center
  • Feb. 8: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at Paycom Center
  • Feb. 9: Austin, Texas, at Moody Center
  • Feb. 10: Fort Worth, Texas, at Dickies Arena
  • Feb. 13: Denver, Colorado, at Ball Arena
  • Feb. 16: St. Paul, Minnesota, at Xcel Energy Center
  • Feb. 17: Kansas City, Missouri, at T-Mobile Center
  • Feb. 22: Montreal, Quebec, at Bell Centre
  • Feb. 23: Toronto, Ontario, at Scotiabank Arena
  • Feb. 28: Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone Arena
  • Feb. 29: Raleigh, North Carolina, at PNC Arena
  • Mar. 2: Charlotte, North Carolina, at Spectrum Center
  • Mar. 3: Atlanta, Georgia, at State Farm Arena
  • Mar. 8: Sunrise, Florida, at Amerant Bank Arena
  • Mar. 10: Tampa, Florida, at Amalie Arena
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