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Australian pop princesses don't get more iconic than Kylie Minogue, and next March she is set to bring her latest album 'Golden' to the live stage.
With her ARIA #1 album Golden under her belt, Kylie Minogue is set to perform her first Australian shows since 2015 – and in a special treat, this tour will also see her performing outdoor headline concerts on our shores for the first time ever.
Bringing together her incredible thirty years in the music industry and fourteen studio albums into a unique and captivating live show, each performance on the Golden tour is a narrative connecting all Kylie’s hits into one glorious story.
Throughout her career, Kylie has dominated the music charts, scoring five #1 albums in both Australia and the UK, 16 ARIA awards, and an induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2011.
For Golden, Kylie headed to Nashville –the home of country music – working with writers Steve McEwan and Amy Wadge and producer Sky Adams, to create the country-influenced pop beauty.
Jake Shears will be her special guest for all shows. As the lead singer and a primary songwriter for the multi-platinum-selling glam rock band Scissor Sisters, he shot to fame off the back of hit singles like Take Your Mamma and I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’. Earlier this year he released his debut solo, self-titled album.
A Day On The Green presale: Tuesday13 November @ 12pm (local time) until Thursday 15 November @ 12pm (local time)
Frontier Members Pre-Sale: Tuesday 13 November @ 12pm (local time) for 24 hours
My Ticketmaster presale (excluding Sidney Myer Music Bowl): Friday 16 November @ 12pm (local time) until Sunday 18 November @ 5pm (local time)
General public onsale: Monday 19 November @ 2pm (local time).
Kylie Minogue will bring her Golden tour to Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne on Wednesday 13 March as well as a day on the green shows at Sir James Mitchell Park, Perth on Saturday 9 March, Bimbadgen Winery, Hunter Valley on Saturday 16 March, and Sirromet Wines, Mt Cotton on Sunday 17 March. Tickets are onsale through Ticketmaster.com.au.