Where will Ms. Minogue be headed to on her new album's tour?
Kylie Minogue has announced a full UK tour for her new album, Kiss Me Once. The Australian starlet will be playing 31 shows in 15 countries to promote her new pop record. Kylie will celebrate the release of her first album under Jay Z's Roc Nation label by kicking off in September in Liverpool and wrapping things up in Sheffield in November.
2014 Will See Kylie Minogue Embark On A Tour For Her Latest Album.
Credited with single-handedly reviving the BBC's singing talent contest, The Voice, the 45 year-old singer has a sizeable fan base in the UK who will no doubt be poised to snap up the tour tickets when they go on sale this Friday (21st March). Kiss Me Once sees Kylie team up with some of the hottest names in music today, including producers Sia, Stargate and Pharrell Williams.
The Australian Pop Star's New Album Is Full Of Club Beats And Sexy Lyrics.
Last month's 'Into The Blue' gave fans an early taster of the catchy, club-oriented sounds of the pop princess' new work. The album's early critics have noted that whilst Kiss Me Once is out of reach of the Melbourne-born former actress' biggest hits, it delivers a reassuring punch of the chameleonic pop sound that made Kylie famous and is sure to please her fans.
Kylie Minogue UK Tour Dates Full List:
24/09 - Echo Arena, Liverpool
26/09 - Phones 4u Arena, Manchester
29/09 - The O2, London
30/09 - The O2, London
03/10 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
05/10 - Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
07/10 - NIA, Birmingham
08/11 - The O2, Dublin
09/11 - Odyssey Arena, Belfast
11/11 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
12/11 - SSE Hydro, Glasgow
13/11 - Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
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