The 50-year-old singer looks amazing and goes on a new tour around her native Australia in March 2019!
A series of arena and outdoor shows will take place in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Hunter Valley and Mt. Cotton in March. The tour follows immediately after Kylie’s new released album Golden.
However, tour organizers report that Kylie is going to sing not only his new songs. Her performance will resemble a story that connects her popular hits and brand new songs. Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears will support Kylie’s new tour.
This tour will be the first after her 4-year break. Her last tour was Kiss Me Once Tour in 2015.
We want to remind you that the pause in her career was not accidental. Kylie struggled a very terrible disease, and fortunately she managed to fully recover. The singer has battled breast cancer for a long time. Now, she is not only in excellent shape and well-being but she also actively participates in charity events in support of women who faced the same terrible ordeal as she did.
Kylie Minogue is a very sexy, strong, bright, kind and talented woman. Surely you did not even realize that the singer is in the Guinness Book of Records! Kylie is the pop singer with the highest number of albums that ranked the first place on the UK charts over the past 20 years. And in the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London, there are 4 wax sculptures of Kylie Minogue. Only Elizabeth II has more wax sculptures in the museum.
Kylie's creative activity has never been limited to concerts and shootings, she is developing the design of accessories for bedrooms and she has released her own line of perfumes (which became very successful).
Here are all tour details:
Tuesday, 5th March - ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney
Saturday, 9th March (A Day On The Green) - Sir James Mitchell Park, Perth
Monday, 11th March - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Wednesday, 13th March - Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Saturday, 16th March (A Day On The Green) - Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley
Sunday, 17th March (A Day On The Green) - Sirromet Wines, Mt Cotton