Britney Preps for Tour--With Enrique Iglesias?

March 28, 2011 By:
Britney Preps for Tour--With Enrique Iglesias?

Britney Spears has already begun promoting her 'Femme Fatale' album with some not-so-surprising appearances over the weekend, and now we hear another A-lister may be joining her on tour.

Rumor has it that Brit will be co-headlining the tour along with another big name act —Enrique Iglesias.

Brit got praise for her performances in Vegas and San Francisco over the weekend, so that's a great start for her tour.

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Stars like Rihanna and Jonas Brothers are having a hard time selling out their tours, and as a result had to cut down a lot of dates, so it makes sense to pair two big names together. I know I'd wanna go!

Meanwhile, here are Britney's alleged Femme Fatale concert dates:

July 11: Seattle, Washington (Key Arena)

July 13: Vancouver, British Columbia (Rogers Arena)

July 15: Denver, Colorado (Pepsi Center)

July 17: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Oklahoma City Arena)

July 19: Salt Lake City, Utah (EnergySolutions Arena)

July 22: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)

July 23: Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)

July 25: Phoenix, Arizona (US Airways Center)

July 27: Las Vegas, Nevada (Mandalay Bay)

July 30: Portland, Oregon (Rose Garden)

August 1: Oakland, California (Oracle Arena)

August 3: San Jose, California (HP Pavilion at San Jose)

August 5: Anaheim, California (Honda Center)

August 7: Los Angeles, California (Staples Center)

August 10: Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center)

August 12: Houston, Texas (Toyota Center)

August 13: San Antonio, Texas (AT&T Center)

August 16: New Orleans, Louisiana (New Orleans Arena)

August 18: Atlanta, Georgia (Philips Arena)

August 20: Miami, Florida (AmericanAirlines Arena)

August 22: Orlando, Florida (Amway Center)

August 24: Charlotte, North Carolina (Time Warner Cable Arena)

August 27: Washington D.C., Virginia (Verizon Center)

August 29: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Wells Fargo Center)

September 2: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Consol Energy Center)

September 4: Uniondale, New York (Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum)

September 6: Newark, New Jersey (Prudential Center)

September 8: New York City, New York (Madison Square Garden)

September 10: Boston, Massachusetts (TD Garden)

September 11: Buffalo, New York (HSBC Arena)

September 13: Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Centre)

September 14: Montreal, Quebec (Montreal, Quebec)

September 15: Auburn Hills, Michigan (The Palace Of Auburn Hills)

September 17: Cleveland, Ohio (Quicken Loans Arena)

September 19: Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Bradley Center)

September 21: Indianapolis, Indiana (Conseco Fieldhouse)

September 25: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)

September 27: Chicago, Illionis (United Center)