There were 55.3 million Hispanics in the United States in 2014, comprising 17.3% of the total U. Source: For 19, see Passel and Cohn’s 2008 population projections. It is projected to grow to 119 million by 2060, according to the latest projections from the U. By contrast, English proficiency among foreign-born Hispanics has seen little change over the same period. In 1980, with a population of 14.8 million, Hispanics made up just 6.5% of the total U. Click on the charts below to explore Hispanic population trends with an interactive version of the chart. Pew Research Center Since 1960, the nation’s Latino population has increased nearly ninefold, from 6.3 million then to 55.3 million by 2014. The foreign-born Latino population has increased by more than 20 times over the past half century, from less than 1 million in 1960 to 19.3 million in 2014. S.-born Latino population has only increased sixfold over this time period, there are about 30 million more U. Back to top Source: For 19, see Passel and Cohn’s 2008 population projections. In 2014, 68.4% of Hispanics said they speak only English at home or indicate that they speak English “very well”, up from 59% who said the same in 1980. S.-born Hispanics, whose English proficiency share has grown from 71.9% in 1980 to 89.4% in 2014.Later in November 2015, another show was rumoured to occur also on 20 or 21 March 2016 at the Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.On 1 March 2016, The Stones confirmed their first ever show in Cuba due to occur on 25 March 2016, to be a free concert, their first ever in the Caribbean and the first open air concert in the country by a British Rock Band. If they answer yes, they are asked how well they speak English.
The location would be Havana and the venue the Estadio Latinoamericano (Latin American Stadium), a facility with capacity for 55,000 people.
Keith Richards confirmed the negotiations with the Cubans, adding that Cuba had taken it seriously, following the opening of embassies in the United States and the Pope's (then) upcoming visit to Havana.
The tour includes their second ever show in Chile (the first one being during the Voodoo Lounge Tour in February 1995) and their first show in São Paulo since the Bridges to Babylon Tour in April 1998.
The Stones are also due to play their first ever shows in Uruguay, Peru, Colombia and Cuba.
It was also that The Rolling Stones's bassist Darryl Jones had influenced the decision to play in Cuba.
On 5 November 2015, it was announced that the Rolling Stones would be going on tour in Latin America in 2016 for the first time since the A Bigger Bang Tour in February 2006, the name of this 13-date stadium tour being "América Latina Olé Tour 2016".