Kylie Minogue notable Tours  
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  Disco in Dreams - The Hitman Roadshow - 1989
  Rhythm Of Love Tour - 1991
  Intimate & Live - 1998
  Kylie Fever Tour - 2002

  Enjoy Yourself Tour - 1990
  Let's Get To It Tour - 1991
  On A Night Like This Tour - 2001
  Money Can't Buy - 2003
The Hitman Roadshow
02 - 09: October 1989
Kylie performs live for the first time in four concerts in Japan playing to over 38,000 fans in a single night at the Tokyo Dome.
The Disco In Dream features Kylie alongside Dead Or Alive + Sinitta.
Kylie is the producer of
a fourty five minutes, eight song part show. .
The tour comes to the UK as part of the free Hitman Roadshow , this time is.sponsored by local radio stations and later on by Coca Cola . Already known in England through the tv soap 'Neighbours', Kylie in no time becomes a success story with thousands of screaming fans supporting her at every single venue.

Kylie releases her eighth single "Never Too Late" on the 23 of October which she performed for the first time at the Smash Hits Poll Winner's Party at the London Arena in front of a 11,000 cheering crowd .
Enjoy Yourself Tour
The "Enjoy Yourself" tour is the launchpad for the new single "Better The Devil You Know" which enters the U.K. charts at no. 5 but never makes the number one spot..
Concerts start on the 17th of March 1990 in the UK at the Birmingham N.E.C. where Kylie plays for a sell out crowd of 12,700 fans..
(Also in Liverpool, Kylie performs her own band's arrangement of the Beatles song "Help" at the John Lennon Tribute held for 20,000 spectators on the banks of the River Mersey ) .

The shows move to Mainland Europe , Paris and Brussels venues are also quickly sold out , 'unexpectedly' Kylie gets awarded two gold records for outstanding sales of the "Enjoy Yourself" album.

Tour Dates :
03 - 09 Feb 1990 Australian Dates (Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne)
17 April - 02 May 1990 UK Dates (Birmingham, London, Belfast, Dublin, Whitley Bay)
08 - 12 May 1990 European Dates (Paris, Cologne, Hamburg, Brussels) 14 - 17 May 1990 UK Dates (Glasgow, Aberdeen, Birmingham) '
The backing band included James Freud (bass; ex-Models), Greg Perano (percussion; ex-Hunters & Collectors, Deadly Hume) and Deni Hines (backing vocals).
Rhythm Of Love Tour
Feb 1991 - Mar 1991 Australian dates (Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane)

Mar 1991 South East Asian dates (Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya)

Notable songs :
Better The Devil You Know - Step Back In Time - The Loco-Motion -Wouldn't Change A Thing- Got To Be Certain - Enjoy Yourself - I Should Be So Lucky - Tears On My Pillow - Secrets - I Miss you. - Blame It On The Boogie .

Let's Get To It Tour
25 Oct - 08 Nov 1991 A British Tour - UK Dates (Plymouth, Birmingham, Nottingham, Wembley, Manchester, Whitley Bay, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Dublin)

Notable Songs :
'Let's Get To It' tour. 16 tracks are listed, including 'Step Back In Time', 'Got To Be Certain', 'Always Find The Time', 'Let's Get To It', 'Word Is Out', 'Finer Feelings', 'I Should Be So Lucky', 'Love Train', 'What Do I Have To Do', 'Shocked', 'Locomotion' and 'Better The Devil You Know'.

Kylie album, "Let's Get To It", debuts at No.fifteen in the U.K. charts going gold the same week of release.

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