Disco in Dreams
- The Hitman Roadshow - 1989
Rhythm Of Love Tour
Intimate & Live
Kylie Fever Tour
Enjoy Yourself Tour - 1990
Let's Get To It
Tour - 1991
On A Night Like
This Tour - 2001
Money Can't Buy
four Australian Dates 02 Jun 1998 - 04 Jul 1998 (Melbourne, Brisbane,
Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra) . The first tour for eight years ,
originally intended to run for ten dates in small venues holding
up to a few 1000s (Intimate & Live).
Australia did not forget Kylie, infact the demand was such that
the organizers have to add another fourteen shows., a 2½
hours documentary of the tour, Intimate and Live is
broadcast by the Australian television network sharply boosting
the viewing figures .
Dates 29 - 31 Jul 1998 (Shepherds Bush Empire London), A 90-minute
show isl sold out within a few hours.. Kylie performes between
two male dancers under a large glittery letter K . The extravagant
costumes and sexy danicing confirm Kylie up until now much speculated
gay icon status .
songs : Confide In Me -What Do I Have To Do - Some Kind Of Bliss
- Did It Again - Shocked - Put Yourself In My Place - Breathe -
I Should Be So Lucky - Step Back In Time - Say Hey - - The Locomotion
Should I Stay Or Should I Go - Better The Devil You Know - Limbo
-Dangerous Game - Cowboy Style .
2000 Olympic Games
2000 - Kylie performs to her biggest audience ever at the closing
ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games .
Kylie entertained more than four billion people with her rendition
of Dancing Queen and On A Night Like This
Kylie again two weeks later performs for millions at the opening
ceremony for the Paralympic Games.
29 2000 London's Dominion Theatre, The Royal Variety Performance
, introduced Kylie Minogue. Kylie looked as amazing as ever as she
performed Spinning Around and her new single Please Stay with a
Kylie attends Its Vogue a celebration of fashion
in aid of cancer research. She is invited to sit next to Prince
Charles at the head table.
Kylie attends the prestigious GQ Awards in London and receives
the award for Services to Mankind. Other winners on
the night included; Sir Elton John, U2 and Benicio Del Toro, Tony
Blair and Robbie Williams.
Kylie records her own television special for the ITV Network,
An Audience With Kylie. Upon transmission the show
is a massive success with 8 million viewers tuning in !!
A Night Like This Tour - Kylie
Live In Sydney
Dates :03 Mar 2001 - 01 Apr 2001 (Glasgow, Manchester, Brighton,
Cardiff, Bournemouth, Hammersmith)
Dates: 14 Apr 2001 - 15 May 2001 (1 - Brisbane, 9 - Sydney, Derwent,
7 - Melbourne, 5 - Adelaide, 1 - Hobart, 2 - Perth)
Kylie performed 39 sell-out shows across the UK and Australia,
breaking the Australian record for the most successful arena tour
ever by a female artist.
The Australian leg of Kylie Minogues On A Night Like
This tour has become the biggest by a solo artist Down Under.
Its original six shows became 22, with a seven night run at Melbournes
Rod Laver Arena and a record-breaking nine concerts at the Sydney
Promoter Frontier Touring Companys managing director Michael
Gudinski reports ticket sales of over 200,000 with a gross of
$10 million Australian
songs : Overture/ Loveboat - Put Yourself In My Place - On A Night
Like This - Better The Devil You Know - Can't Get You Out Of My
Head - Your Disco Needs You - I Should Be So Lucky/ - Butterfly/
- Confide In Me - Kids/ - Shocked - Light Years - What Do I Have
To Do -Spinning Around - Koocachoo -