Fresh off his new Hebrew remix with Israeli singer Rotem Cohen, Latin superstar Enrique Iglesias will be returning to Tel Aviv this year.
Spanish singer Iglesias will be performing at Yarkon Park on May 28, according to Mako, which first reported the news. It won't be the pop singer's first or even second performance in Israel, but it will be his biggest to date.
Iglesias last performed in Israel in 2015, when he took the stage at Menorah Mivtachim Arena. Before that he played the same arena in June 2011. Iglesias's father, Julio Iglesias, himself a well-known singer, has also performed in Israel multiple times.
Just last month, Iglesias released a Hebrew remix of his song "Subleme La Radio," with Cuban singer Descemer Bueno Israeli crooner Rotem Cohen. While details are not yet confirmed, it wouldn't be surprising if Cohen showed up to accompany Iglesias on the song in May. Iglesias will definitely be joined on stage, however, by his guitarist of several years, Israeli native Sean Hurwitz.
The 42-year-old pop superstar has had a slew of hit songs over the years, including "Bailamos," "Hero," "Be With You" and "I Like It." He also just became a father for the first time last time, when he had twins with his long-term girlfriend tennis player Anna Kournikova.