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I was a little bit disappointed since it's Euphoria Concert with less songs but with new light and screens at the back,,,,
Playlists : 1- Tonight ( Light Version)
2 - Dirty Dancer
3 - No Me Digas Que No
4- Rythm Divine
5 - Cuando Enamorado
6 - Stand By Me
7- Be With You
9- I like it
10 - Tonight (Explicit Version)
I say less songs because last year I saw Euphoria Show and Enrique also sang : Lloro por ti, Do you know, heartbeat...
And what surprise for the fan ? No Mouth to Mouth Or New song ????? Like they said in the interview ??
At least, JLO concert was pretty good. First time I saw her.
Lol Since I'm a not a big fan of her. I don't know all the titles of the songs. But from what I remember and searching for her songs on youtube lol ( I think I start to like her more, pretty good show from her !!)....
She sangs ( not in order ) : Waiting for tonight, If you had my love ( super performance of a slow acoustic version), Love don't cost at thing, Lets get loud, Jenny from the block ( I'm not sure lol....), papi
She closes her show ON TOP !!! with On The Floor ( a super version that begins with lambada ballad version so good. Lol the guy beside me scream like crazy LOL, he scream more than his wife LOL) and last song is...Dance Again !
Oh I like her songs and I think she's good and charismatic :) I'm sure she did great!! Glad she sang Love don't cost a thing...it's a beautiful song!! Thanks for the informations :) hahahahaha i hope that the wife screamed more for Enrique then ;)
Lol Yea his wife screamed a lot too for Enrique performance... But this guy was just over the top LOLOLOL
He started to scared me with all his dances move hahaha....He was like a school girl to a Britney concert ROLF
hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha how adorable! He was really happy to be there you can say!! Just saw that Jennifer sang I'm Into You too, good one!
I kind of wish you would not post all that informations in the title of your post and put down kind of spoiler alert warning. There are some of us who want to wait to be surprised. But thanks for the upldate. Enrique normally starts off his tours a little slow and picks up momentum as he goes along. I wish he would not always start his tours on the East coast.
Concert review: Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias in Montreal July 14, 2012
MONTREAL - Co-headlined arena concerts aren’t competitions, but of course they are: two commercial giants, sometimes with egos to match their sales, claiming their territory on the same stage. Even if Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias hung out in the dog park together every day, there would surely have been some friendly unspoken rivalry when they kicked off their joint tour with a sold-out show at the Bell Centre on Saturday. So, who had the edge? Lopez if you’re swayed by buff dancers and flames and trap-door mechanisms and production numbers and general big-budget insanity; Iglesias if you’re swayed by baseball caps and the thrill/danger of pulling random fans out of the crowd without debriefing them earlier.
Lopez’s set came first, which meant that instead of easing everyone into the evening, the show began with a lavish old-Hollywood dance and video sequence. When the screens parted and the star descended from the rafters on a cherry picker, with a smattering of fireworks and a “hello lovers” greeting, the thought wasn’t “where does she go from here?” so much as “where does Iglesias go from here?”
Get Right’s ritzy sax sample was accompanied by a retina glaze of purple lighting and pyramid dance formations. A funked-up Love Don’t Cost a Thing came on its heels, with strident vocals helping to prove Lopez’s strength lies in showmanship. There was plenty of it, with almost every number given its own unique staging. Lopez had plenty of space to work with, including a catwalk jutting out to a secondary platform, which made the cramped choreography on a moving stage-upon-a-stage seem like a wasted opportunity during Waiting for Tonight.
Things got loopy with an extended boxing scene set to Louboutins, acted out in a swiftly constructed ring — one of several opportunities for costume changes. Lopez tried to tie it in to a back-to-my-roots medley when she re-emerged: “When you fall down, you get back up. Even if you fall down and it’s on CNN for three days straight.” The presumed allusion to her tumble at the 2009 American Music Awards confirmed that she can laugh at herself, and that she is utterly out of touch with what it means for most people to fall down. She had the good sense to take off her gold championship robe before proclaiming “I’m a simple girl from New York City — the Bronx,” kicking off the hip-hop-heavy medley, highlighted by a hyper excerpt of the ode to denial Jenny from the Block.
The production numbers reached an apex with Hold It Don’t Drop It, staged as an old-school soul revue, complete with an approximation of James Brown’s cloak routine and Lopez’s intentionally comedic refusal to be carted off stage. She deserved a breather afterward, so she’s excused for sticking to her script:
“Shall we slow it down a little bit?”
(Half-hearted applause and audible “no”s.)
“Okay, let’s do that.”
An acoustic If You Had My Love was a pleasant enough recasting, but couldn’t compare to Let’s Get Loud’s cabaret routine or the thundering intro to Papi. Those, in turn, couldn’t compare to the frenzy prompted on stage and off by On the Floor, its absurdly infectious Lambada resurrection bringing out the best in Lopez’s dancers and making the Bell Centre feel like a nightclub. How to top that? With a batty video of a masked Lopez proclaiming her belief in love and the tireless Dance Again, whose restorative power fully justified the prolonged firing of confetti cannons.
Show’s over, folks. Time for the other show. A 50-minute intermission would usually be inexcusable, but considering the complete overhaul of the stage for Iglesias, it was downright punchy in this case. Lopez’s staircases and vertical screens were gone, replaced with horizontal screens above a set-up that put more emphasis on the band. Makes sense — Iglesias doesn’t need as much room to move. But it wouldn’t kill him to move more than he does.
The enduring memory of a 2004 Bell Centre show by Iglesias is of the singer planting his head in the lap of a fan during what should have been a seduction but looked more like a nap. He didn’t approach that level of lethargy on Saturday, but especially after Lopez’s here-there-everywhereness, and considering the horndog lust in so many of his songs, Iglesias was overly casual.
Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You) kicked things off with a robotic Auto-Tuned vocal apropros of a singer who hadn’t sprung to life yet. “Can I get a little crazy?” he asked before switching to the dirty version of the lyrics (Tonight I’m F—in’ You — because chivalry is not dead). Craziness for J. Lo: boxing rings and onstage block parties. Craziness for E. Ig: douchy profanity.
The hammer-headed techno of Dirty Dancer was again at odds with Iglesias’s energy, and he came off as a little too self-satisfied, a little too entitled to applause after Bailamos — slightly more hot-blooded, though still too cool. But he excelled in a sit-down acoustic segment, first vowing to “teach Spanish 101″ with Cuando Me Enamoro and then scanning the crowd for someone to hoist on stage.
“Pick a guy who’s not even supposed to be here,” he told a bandmate. They settled on 22-year-old Joshua, and if audience interaction leans toward the choreographed at arena shows, this time it was clearly unrehearsed. After some good-natured banter (“You came here to see Jennifer, right?” “Yeah.” “I knew it.” “…and you!”), Iglesias plied his visibly nervous new friend with booze and helped him through a singalong of Stand by Me. It was endearing, and highlighted the finest aspects of Iglesias’s off-the-cuff demeanour.
The fan-friendly interaction continued after Joshua left the stage and the band got back up on its feet, with Iglesias borrowing cameras for quick self-portraits during Escape. (There are at least three Montrealers who now have close-ups of Enrique Iglesias’s forehead on their iPhones.) He sang the encore of Hero at the back of the floor, picking another fan out of the audience and encouraging her to feel him up while encouraging those in the stands to come closer. He finally raised his energy to the level of his crowd-pleasing ability for the bump and thump of I Like It, before reprising Tonight (I’m F—in’ You) for no apparent reason other than Swearing Is Fun. (The obvious closer would have been a duet or two, but contrary to their pre-tour intimations, Iglesias and Lopez didn’t sing together.)
Both artists would have benefited if their 70- to 80-minute sets had been flipped: Iglesias wouldn’t have been eclipsed by Lopez pulling out all the stops, and Lopez would have had the glory of the big show-ending moment rather than the glory of the big pre-bathroom-break moment. (It should be noted that Iglesias did discharge the confetti cannons to cap Escape, and balloons tumbled from the roof during I Like It, but it seemed perfunctory after Lopez’s everything-goes largesse.) As it was, Lopez won by showering everyone with riches, and Iglesias scored a partial victory by paying attention to the faces in the crowd.
Thank you so much for posting this article. I will be seeing them in AC. I wanted to wait and be surprised but I couldn't resist. It's unfortunate that Enrique is not at his best, and with something new, but he's amazing no matter what. I hope they don't switch the sets around, no way do I want J.Lo last!
Thank you for this precise article....
OK with all this, but think you not that Enrique is a little tired with all his dates of shows...since one year!
And it is not with JLO that I prefere that he sings.....Maybe that Enrique wants to try a new style of shows
I wait for news shows, songs and videos....he will always surprise us! anyway I love him and wat he does.
I don't know why anyone was expecting this wouldn't be the Euphoria show, artists that tour multiple times for the same era generaly put on more or less the same show and to be honest Enrique is not known for lavishly overhauling his concerts anyway. Between 2002 to 2006 you could have called all his shows One Night Stand Tour as it was essentialy the same with songs from Quizas, Seven and later Insomniac crudely added in. The same could be argued for the tour he did with Aventura which was the Insomniac Tour with it's better elements taken out and replaced with older material so it could pass as something to pimp Uno 95/08 incedently he didn't perform with Aventura during that tour even though he said he would. Quite frankly I'm suprised Enrique had a different production/light show this time around.
The idea that Enrique cuts his setlist is hardly suprising it's generaly done in these kinds of tours and he did it when he toured with Pitbull and Prince Royce though I'm supised if your setlist is accurate he performed Rhythm Divine but not Bailamos or Hero, that doesn't mate a lick of sense.
He performed Hero, like I said to someone, I forget lol
Ah, I see.
Y'know one thing I wish he wouldn't do is sing Tonight twice. It's not uncommon for artists to bookend their shows with the same song but given that he's cutting his setlist this time he could be given to another song.