Pitbull performed with visual and video accompaniment at the Las Vegas stop on his fall tour with Enrique Iglesias/ AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton

Pitbull performed with visual and video accompaniment at the Las Vegas stop on his fall tour with Enrique Iglesias/ AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton

***UPDATE: The date of the Target Center concert, originally announced for Deb. 19, has changed to Feb. 21.

The kind of Latino pop package tour that used to often overlook Minnesota, Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias have added a Feb. 21 gig at Target Center to their co-headlining outing, the fall leg of which wraps up tonight with a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.

Iglesias also played Target Center with Jennifer Lopez in 2012. / Star Tribune fil

Iglesias also played Target Center with Jennifer Lopez in 2012. / Star Tribune fil

Tickets go on sale Nov. 6 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster or at the arena box office. Prices for Minneapolis have not yet been announced but should be around the $25-$95 range in other cities. Both of the performers are offering pre-sale access via their individual websites. J Balvin will open the show.

Collaborators on the 2010 hit “I Like It,” Pitbull and Iglesias have been delivering that song and one other together on tour but otherwise stick to themselves, doing their own 75-90-minute individual sets. Pitbull (Miami rapper Armando Perez) has a lot more hits than Julio's kid at this point and is thus the headliner. However, he winds up filling in his stage time by singing with frequent video accompaniment, since most of hits are with guests vocalists not on tour with him, including J Lo, Ke$ha and Christina Aguilera.

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