Kylie, whose new album "Kiss Me Once" is released today, announces the Kiss Me Once Tour.
The tour will open here in the UK and will comprise of 31 shows in 15 countries - including 12 dates in the UK and Ireland. Famous for her live shows, Kylie's Kiss Me Once Tour will be true to form as a celebration of both new and old material.
The brand new album, 'Kiss Me Once' is Kylie's first studio album since 2010's 'Aphrodite', and her first since signing to Roc Nation Management. The album was executive produced by Kylie and Sia, who also penned the title track. Kylie also teams up with Pharrell Williams (who wrote and produced 'I Was Gonna Cancel'). Other producers include Ariel Rechtshaid (HAIM) on 'If Only', MNEK on 'Feels So Good', and Greg Kurstin on bonus track 'Sleeping With The Enemy'.
Tickets for the Kiss Me Once Tour go on sale at 9am on Friday 21st March.
UK Tour Dates Below:
24/09/14 - ECHO ARENA, LIVERPOOL
26/09/14 - PHONES 4u ARENA, MANCHESTER
29/09/14 - THE O2, LONDON
30/09/14 - THE O2 ,LONDON
03/10/14 - MOTORPOINT ARENA, CARDIFF
05/10/14 - CAPITAL FM ARENA, NOTTINGHAM
07/10/14 - THE NIA, BIRMINGHAM
08/11/14 - THE O2, DUBLIN
09/11/14 - THE ODYSSEY ARENA, BELFAST
11/11/14 - METRO RADIO ARENA, NEWCASTLE
12/11/14 - THE SSE HYDRO, GLASGOW
13/11/14 - MOTORPOINT ARENA, SHEFFIELD
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