Kylie Announces European Tour For 2008

Kylie Announces European Tour For 2008

[b]Kylie Minogue[/b] has announced a 24-date date European tour “KYLIEX2008” which will kick off in Paris, France on May 6.

These will be the singer's first shows since the [b]Showgirl: Homecoming Tour[/b] which she completed at the end of last year, after taking a break whilst she recovered from cancer.

Inspired by her tenth studio album 'X' - Kylie promises the new show will be "fresh, exhilerating and innovative".

In a statement issued today, Kylie explains: “I am putting together a show that is going to be a new and exciting experience for both the audience and myself. The eclectic mix of sounds on ‘X’ is affording me an opportunity to explore and develop a new live show that will be fresh, exhilarating and innovative."

"After two celebratory tours, ‘X’ will be a look to the future but will definitely include favourites alongside the new. I can’t wait to share it with you next year! See you soon!”.

Tickets for the eight UK shows will go on sale next Monday (December 3) all priced £49 (except Belfast) - the price being frozen from the singer's previous tour.

Kylie will play the following dates next year:

[b]Paris, Bercy (May 6)
Antwerp, Sportpaleis (7)
Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle (9)
Frankfurt, Festhalle (10)
Prague, Sazka (12)
Vienna, Stadthalle (14)
Budapest, Sports Arena (15)
Cologne, Arena (27)
Münich, Olympiahalle (29)
Hamburg, Colorline Arena (June 7)
Copenhagen, Forum (8)
Oslo, Spektrum (10)
Stockholm, Globe (11)
Helsinki, Hartwell (13)
Berlin, Velodrom (22)
Rotterdam, Ahoy (23)
Belfast, Odyssey Arena (26/27)
Glasgow, S.E.C.C. (July 5/6)
Manchester M.E.N. Arena (14/15)
London, 02 Arena (26/27)[/b]


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